When it comes to kids in the kitchen, they are often given the role as “Mommy’s Little Helper”. While that can be lots of fun, we believe that kids can be the leaders in the kitchen. Here, the kid is main cook and the parent is the helper.
With the help of a small step stool and his assistant Sous Chef Mommy, follow the Step Stool Chef on a journey that celebrates food, fun, and family. We feature easy to follow recipes and ideas for kids to try at home with their parent’s help.
The Step Stool Chef
Since the age of 2, the Step Stool Chef has had a love for cooking. He started making his own cakes at age 3. As he has gotten older, cooking has been a great way of spending time with his family and experimenting with new foods. Now as a self-proclaimed foodie, he loves the challenge of cooking more “grown-up foods” and wants other little kids to know that they can do it too. His favorite saying: “Little guys can do big things too!”
Sous Chef Mommy
Sous Chef Mommy started cooking with her son based on the desire to nurture his independent spirit and natural curiosity for cooking. While she is not a professional chef, Sous Chef Mommy is excited to share her love of cooking with her kids. Her goal is to inspire independence and confidence therefore she acts to assist her budding chef in the kitchen.
To empower kids as leaders in the kitchen by providing tools and solutions that facilitate independence.