Chocolate chip pancake making.
Bee looks like a nut in this shot 🙂
The book is called Pretend Soup. The recipes come in a familiar format, and then the next page features a comic book style narrative art spread – so kids who can’t read yet can make the dish (sometimes needing a little help).
We were replacing (healthy) blueberries with (unhealthy) chocolate chips.
We make the title recipe often (Pretend Soup), but we call it Fruit Soup – Bee loves to make it and eat it up. All the recipes are vegetarian, and a good way to get your kids interested in veggies.
Bee is very careful around the stove – I’m imagining some folks being a little freaked out by a 3yr. old so close the cooking surface. Be not afraid.
I poured the batter – she placed the chips – I flipped the pancakes.
That contraption Bee is standing on? It was in the first photo also, and I can’t recommend it enough. It’s called The Learning Tower – and it is the best thing we ever got for her. Really. She uses it many times a day, every day. Check out the link – if you have kitchen counters anything like ours, you may well wonder how you got by without one someday.