I love to prepare pancakes for them because these are quick and easy to prepare. I also enjoy cooking their favorite spaghetti, lasagna and fried chicken.
I used to love doing anything in the kitchen that they would get excited about helping with--like baking cookies or cupcakes or making granola. Those little faces just shined when they had something important to do in the process.
My mom used to make a snack called "rainbow bananas." Even though I am older now, I sometimes still make it because it is a quick, fun, and relatively healthy snack! All you do is slice a banana in round circles. Then sprinkle with a flavored packet of Jell-o of your choice (orange, lime, strawberry, etc). The Jell-o powder sticks to the bananas and turns them different colors based on the flavor!
I often ask the the children at night "what should we have for tea" My top three replies are;
Sausages, peas and corn and potato
and Spaghetti Bol.
The one that I really like to cook is Lasagne!
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