Monday, November 14, 2016

Kitchen Fun for Kids with Revereware

We love testing out new kitchen products.  Or, in this case, the relaunch of old favorites!  

This week, Ben and I are using our new REVERE cookware to practice some fun kid-friendly recipes.  He loves practicing his cooking skills and these might just be *his* new pots and pans.  It's always awesome to see him helping in the kitchen and his skills are getting better and better.


Have you heard of REVERE cookware before?  They've been around for over 130 years!  Your grandmothers and great-grandmothers may have even used them.  I'm now trying to remember what my own gram had.  I can picture her kitchen, but I'm drawing a blank at the pots and pans. 


The awesome relaunch of REVERE cookware features the Copper Confidence Core™--aluminum encapsulated stainless steel base with a copper disc at the center for quicker and more even heating to help cook foods up to 50 percent faster than heavy gauge pans.


It also features the patent pending Nest & Protect™ interlocking handles. Pots and pans store efficiently, seemingly floating above each other, without touching or scratching the interior or exterior surfaces.


Today, Ben is making his own egg in a hole breakfast.  It's a great, quick, first recipe for kids to practice their stove skills.  All you need is butter, bread, and an egg!

Melt your butter in your saucepan on medium heat
In the meantime, use a cookie cutter to cut a hole in the center of your bread, leaving all the edges intact.
Place your bread in your pan and crack your egg into the hole. Try not to break the yolk!
When the egg seems to be setting, use a large spatula and carefully flip over the whole bread and egg.  Be careful again to keep the yolk solid.
Cook for another minute or two, then remove from the frying pan and eat!


If you use a bigger frying pan, you can also fry the "hole" bread or you can put it in your toaster oven to toast.  Eat it with the rest of your breakfast.

More Cooking Tips for Kids:
  • Start when they're little!  Even the littlest chefs can stir, pour remeasured ingredients, or help use cookie cutters.
  • Let them help pick recipes.  Pinterest is great for browsing for new ideas or ask them what their favorite dishes are.
  • Don't forget safety--Ben is 11, so using the stove isn't as big a deal as when he was 5.  Be careful with hot appliances and knives.  Kid safe knives can be purchased and we had a set of those when Faith & Ben were much younger.
  • As they get older, let them make a dish for events or even a regular meal.  Ben likes cooking breakfast and Faith enjoys baking for church.

Ben and I received a complimentary 10-Piece Stainless Steel Revere Cookware set to use in our kitchen and we also have a 2 Piece Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Medium Frying Pan Starter Set to give away to one lucky reader!

This might be my favorite part!  Measurements inside the kettles!

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11 comments:

  1. My kids love to cook Mac and Cheese!!

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  2. My oldest likes to help bake, and my youngest likes to invent desserts using ice cream, candy, etc. She usually assembles them to look like a smiley face!

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  3. Our daughter loves to crack eggs! She doesn't want to COOK them yet, but she's super good at cracking them, now! LOL
    She helps me prep a lot of our meals...now, if I can just get her over her fear of the oven...

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  4. My girls like making up their own recipes. They usually include chocolate. I'm brave enough to try some of them.

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  5. My daughter loves to cook meatballs in cheese sauce.

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  6. Mac and Cheese- the kid gold standard!

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  7. Pamela B. (bookworm1414@yahoo.com)November 18, 2016 at 1:16 PM

    My daughter loves to make spaghetti. She has so much fun making dinner for the family and feeling a sense of responsibility.

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  8. My kids love to cook hamburgers.

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  9. My kids love to make stir frys & pasta.

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