by: Haoxuan Hu (kindergarten), Ms. Phillips (ELL teacher) This bowl of noodle ingredients is simple and easy to cook. There are beef, shrimp, vegetables. It is nutritious and suitable for family eating. Source: great-grandmother Ingredients ShrimpBeef BallChinese CabbageNoodles Recipe Steps Cut shrimp, beef balls and vegetables. Boiling water to cook noodles. Cook the noodles and put them in a bowl. Freshly boil a pot of hot water, then put beef ball, shrimp, Chinese cabbage. Add salt, pepper, soy sauce to make the soup fit your taste. Finally, pour the cooked soup on the noodles.
Tag: Easy for Kids
Lemon Raspberry Muffins
by: The Vonnegut Family Shea learned to make these on her own during out time at home! Muffins are best when served warm with butter! Source: 100 Days of Real Food website Ingredients 1 1/2 cups flour1 teaspoon baking soda1/2 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon lemon zest1 stick softened butter1 egg1/2 cup pure maple syrup 1/2 cup milk1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract1 cup frozen raspberries Recipe Steps Preheat oven to 350F. Spray or line muffin pan. In small bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda, salt, and lemon zest. In a large bowl, use an electric whisk (or beat) cream the butter until smooth. Turn the speed down to low and slowly add in the egg, syrup, milk, and vanilla. With the speed still on low, slowly add in the flour, scraping the sides of the bowl as necessary. Carefully fold in READ MORE
Flourless Chocolate Chip Banana Bread: Quarantine Edition
by: Ms. Cipolla (Second Grade Teacher) During this period of quarantine, flour was hard to come by, and we had a lot of ripe bananas to use up! We decided to try out a few new recipes for flour-less banana bread, and this one was our favorite. Although the original recipe calls for nut/seed butter, and coconut palm sugar, we swapped in regular butter and sugar as that was what we had on hand. We also did not have baking soda, but did have baking powder, so if you also have the same predicament: modify the recipe by adding 2 tsp of baking powder (and no baking soda) for the same delicious creation! Source: Amanda from Running With Spoons (https://www.runningwithspoons.com/flourless-chocolate-chip-banana-bread/) Ingredients Bananas (2, ripe, mashed)2 large eggs1/4 cup butter1 tsp vanilla3/4 cup oats1/4 cup sugar1/4 tsp sea salt1/2 tsp READ MORE
Three-Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies
by: Mr. Hernandez (3rd Grade Teacher) Our family needs to eat gluten-free because of an allergy. This is a fun, gluten-free cookie recipe that makes it easy for kids to help! Source: New York Times Ingredients 1 cup peanut butter1 cup/200 grams granulated sugar1 large egg Recipe Steps In a bowl, mix together 1 cup peanut butter, 1 cup granulated sugar and 1 large egg. Roll into tablespoon-size balls or scoop and drop, spaced evenly, onto a parchment- or foil-lined sheet tray. Use the tines of a fork to press each mound down, making a crosshatch pattern on the top of the cookie. Bake at 350 degrees until set around the edges, 10 to 15 minutes. Makes about 18 cookies. Note: This recipe works best with traditional, not natural, peanut butter. If using a natural-style peanut butter, stir it well READ MORE
Chocolate Chip Cookies
by: Ms. Melanson (3rd grade teacher) This is a new chocolate chip cookie recipe I recently tried out while at home. I have been trying some plant-based inspired recipes and I found this one in a magazine! I was really inspired to find a plant-based chocolate chip cookie I enjoy because I love baking chocolate chip cookies with my mom! I have lots of special memories baking with her from when I was growing up. She has a super, top secret recipe for chocolate chip cookies that is the best! But this one is pretty good too! Source: Good Housekeeping Ingredients 2 cups all purpose flour1 tsp baking soda1/2 tsp kosher salt1 cup bittersweet chocolate chips (dairy free)1 cup semisweet chocolate chips (dairy free)1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar1/2 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup canola oil1/4 cup water2 tsp pure READ MORE
Turon [tuˈɾɔn] – (Banana Egg Roll)
by: Miss L. (1st Grade Aide) It’s special to my family because, we usually make this desert, when we have big family gatherings. We usually run out of this desert quickly because it is a family and kid favorite. I hope you enjoy as much as my family does! Source: My Family’s Take on a Filipino tradition Ingredients 6 pieces of ripe bananas or plantains, cut in half (lengthwise)1 1/2 cup brown sugar12 pieces of spring roll wrapper2 cups cooking oil Recipe Steps Roll the banana on the sugar plate and ensure that the banana is coated with enough sugar Place the banana with sugar coating in the spring roll wrapper Fold and lock the spring roll wrapper, use water to seal the edge In a pan, heat the oil and put in some sugar. Wait until the brown sugar READ MORE
3 Ingredient Strawberry Jam
by: Mrs. Tucker (1st grade teacher) A few years ago, I took a jam making class with my mom and my niece. I had never made jam before and felt a little intimidated because I knew we’d have to boil it just right and was worried about ruining it. It ended up being such a fun class and a great way to spend quality family time. This recipe is not the same one I learned in that class, but it’s a much simpler version and I think is something any family could make at home! Source: I found this recipe on the website: https://www.scatteredthoughtsofacraftymom.com/quick-homemade-strawberry-jam/ Ingredients 16 oz strawberries3/4 cup white sugar2 tbs lemon juice Recipe Steps Hull and coarsely chop your strawberries and save them to the side. In a heavy bottom saucepan, mix strawberries, sugar, and lemon juice. Stir READ MORE
Look Whooo’s Cooking!
From our kitchens to yours! We are excited to announce our new virtual community cookbook, Look Whooo’s Cooking! Underwood staff have compiled some of their favorite recipes to share with all of you as a way to connect across the distance. We have a wonderful mix of newly discovered recipes, old family favorites, holiday traditions, and more! Take a look and then add a recipe that your family loves…we can’t wait to see what you cook up! Connecting Kitchens: Watch this introduction video to hear about the project and take a tour of the cookbook. See what’s cooking: Browse the recipes by clicking on the green button below. Contribute: Fill out this google form to submit a recipe from your kitchen! We look forward to teaching and learning together through this experience, and are excited to see this community recipe READ MORE