Baked Kale Chips - Rinse one bunch of kale, tear into pieces, dry in salad spinner, spread out on parchment lined cookie sheet, spritz with olive oil, sprinkle with sea salt, bake at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes.
Boogs' favorite thing about making Kale Chips is using the salad spinner.
Boogs waited patiently for his chips to bake.
Yum! Nice and crunchy! Boogs ate at least half of the kale on the cookie sheet with his dinner.
Boogs was not as willing of a helper when he found out I wanted to make Beet Pancakes. He let me know that the beet puree smelled like dirty dirt. I put three large beets in 1/4 inch of water in a lidded baking dish at 425 degrees for an hour and then skinned and pureed them. Then Boogs read the ingredients we needed to get out for our pancakes.
Boogs was being very careful with his measurements.
Yay, no eggshells in the bowl!
Greek yogurt for extra protein.
Boogs is in-between being not quite tall enough to help while standing on ground and being too tall to help while standing on a chair.
Didn't the beet pancakes turn out gorgeous? I thought they were delicious.
Boogs only ate the ones that had chocolate chips in them. He said the chocolate helped hide the dirt taste of the pancakes.
Kitchen helper flashback:
|Homemade pizza with zucchini and a ton of cheese.|
|Making pear creatures for a snack.|
|I miss that messy art cabinet in the background.|
|Marshmallow snowmen spoons for hot chocolate.|
|Boogs with his chef hat and doggy apron.|
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