I love to share my recipes and secret cooking tips with people around the world to bring kids back into the kitchen. The quality time between kids and parents is so important, and cooking together is a great way to spend time with family, while preparing some ono-licious treats!
Let me tell you little bit about me: As a keiki, I learned about cooking at my grandma's home or dad's lu'au. The most I learned about baking and cooking was inside the house; I watched Grandmas, mommies and aunties cooked together while they sang in Hawaiian language. There was something magical about when my grandma would turn few avacado fruits into an enchanting pies! The kitchen was like a classroom and they took the time to explain so many things to me: the reason why I cook first, the reason why I use that for flavor, and the reasona why I combine certain ingredients together. Spend time, cook and bake with ohana-it was all so much fun. So, thank you for allowing me to share my aloha of baking nor cooking with others. if you learn anything from me, remember this: whenever you bake or cook, make sure it comes from the heart.
*Hawaiian words such as keiki (kids), lu'au (feast), ono (good), ohana (family) and aloha (love, bye, hello, hi)*"
Fun! Colorful! Yummy! Easy! Kids will love these!
1. One package of Stixs Pretzels, cut in 3rd.
2. Either white or brown chocolate package (any brand will be fine. I used
3. Read the instruction on the back of package. Melt in microwave or double broiler.
4. Put pretzels in melted chocolate and then put them in mini cups.
5. Decorate with sprinkles. (Any kind is fine; depends on holiday occassions
6. Put them in refrigerator until they are ready to serve. Either, they can be put
freezer until set. If they aren't ready to serve then put them in airtight
container and place it in refrigerator until they are ready to serve.
It's an adventurous recipe and it's easy so gather your kids and let them start cooking up a storm!