Monday, April 23, 2012

Kids in the Kitchen - Link up #11- Homestyle Cooking

Welcome! I'm partnering with my friend Carrie from Young Living Oil Lady 
To bring you the Kids in the Kitchen Link Up! 

This week - I'd like to share an old family recipe and a new family recipe
both are easy and wholesome 

Black Eyed Peas are packed full of iron and protein - when my children were babies - I fed them a 
couple of tablespoons each at breakfast, lunch, and dinner - I blended it with bananas, applesauce, 
 and organic beef to make my own baby food. These days the boys prefer them with a little hot sauce 

After rinsing your dried black eyed peas - put them in a pot and cover them with water
 and a little olive oil
leave them to simmer all day (or at least 3-4 hours) add chicken broth for added flavor 

Wash, peel, and chop apples and place bite size pieces in a pan - sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar 
squeeze 1/2 a lemon over the top of the chopped apples and drizzle on a bit-o-honey! 

Cook apples in 350 degree oven for 15-20 minutes 
roll out your dough 1/4 inch thick - 1/8 inch thick - use croissant dough or make your

Cut rectangles out of dough then cut on diagonal to make triangles 
Spoon apple mixture into each triangle and roll up - place on greased tray and sprinkle 
with sugar cinnamon mixture - dab with butter and bake in 350 degree oven for 10-12 minutes until brown

Children can help chop apples - squeeze lemon - spoon apples - roll dough - sprinkle sugar and cinnamon
Prepare yourself for reactions like this: 

It's THAT good! You'll probably get flowers - like I did: 

I really enjoy your comments! Please be sure to visit a few of the others who post
so we can get to know each other and show support - not to mention all the yummies! 

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Judy Haughton-James said...

I can understand why you got flowers. This looks yummy! Thanks for hosting. I have added a link. Have a good day.

Lisa said...

This looks delicious! And the flowers are beautiful! :-) Thanks so much for linking up! Hope you are having a good week! Many blessings, friend!

Carrie @ young living oil lady said...

Awesome!!! Love the food and the flowers! Have a great week! :)

Kelli Becton-AdventurezInChildRearing said...

thanks ladies! we always have fun in the kitchen!

hannahw said...

No wonder you got fowers! That meal looks delicious!

I followed you from your link at Happy Family Times. My link is here:

Heather Kinnaird said...

Thanks so much for hosting a great party again!

Audra @ Once a Mom Always a Cook said...

Thank you for hosting! Have a wonderful day :)

Happy Whimsical Hearts said...

Love your photos and they look really yummy. The flowers are sweet :-)

Julie@teachinggoodeaters said...

Love all the pictures! We eat lots of beans but only recently discovered black eyed peas. My kids thought they looked really cool. I also wanted to let you know that I featured your link-up in Food Adventure Friday this week!