Food revolution team are on a role! I’m loving all the events they are having. I wasn’t able to attend their previous event but I’m definitely going to their Ramadan one. For more information check out their website here.
Category Archives: Cooking
Junior Chef Kuwait will start it’s morning classes next week. You can enroll your Junior Chef in our Classes to learn how to cook in a home and cozy environment.
Our Classes have 3-4 Dishes to learn
You can enroll two different age groups:
Tuesday Age from 9 – 13 years old
Thursday – Age from 5 – 8 years old
Call Us to know our special prices for the spring break
CALL Hotline: +965 50123271
Preparing a healthy, nutritional lunch box for your kids can sometimes be challenging. As parents we always want to provide our kids with the healthiest most nutritionist meals but some of us might lack the right information needed to do so. Here is a great opportunity to learn the the proper guidelines to preparing healthy meals and packing lunches in the safest way with Breakfast & Brunch workshops.
Introduce to audience the importance of health food for kid’s and provide basic guidelines for a healthy diet tips. In addition, it will point out mistakes parents make packing food item during school year.
Create kids’ healthy diet awareness.
- Participants will learn about suitable kids food portions.
- Participants will be able to prepare several nutrition meal options.
Who Should Attend this Workshop?
Young moms or parents of children at age of 3-8 yr
Workshop Registration Information
When: Wednesday 19 October, 2011 – 6:00 PM To 7:00 PM
Where: Breakfast & Brunch
To register: Call 25715362 from 7:30 am to 5 pm or visit Breakfast & Brunch in Salmiya or by Twitter: @BandB_kuwait
*limited seats. Max 7 persons per workshop
Image via the daily green
I’m so excited that Jumana from We Love Kuwait has finally decided to share some of her yummy healthy recipes!
Check out her recipes for healthy chickpea nuggets. Simple, easy and healthy!
When the school year begins I get so stressed out when it comes to preparing my kids lunch boxes. As much as I hate to admit this, I’m terrible in the kitchen. Yes, even when it comes to preparing simple snacks for the kids. To get my creative juices flowing and to help me out in the kitchen I always refer to some of my favorite recipe websites. They are easy and simple to follow. Enjoy!
The recipes appeal to a range of ages – from infants starting on solid foods to school-age kids and even adults – and are meant for parents to use as an inspirational feeding guide for their own families.
Children will not eat food unless it tastes good. All recipes have been given the thumbs up by children (and mum!). You could also spend quality time with your children and encourage them to learn the basics of cooking – they’ll love getting their hands dirty.
I hope to inspire you to get in the kitchen and embrace your inner vegan chef. And really, my website isn’t just for vegans – it’s for everyone. Adding even a few plant-based meals a week to your diet is a great place to start.
If you are in the mood to get creative then I suggest you check out the Bento recipes here.
If you are looking for something different to do with the kids, then head over to Young Chefs Academy in Discovery Mall. Classes are starting this Saturday from 8.30 pm until 10 pm.
For more information call 55856666 or check out their Facebook page.
I stumbled upon PUNCHFORK while searching for some dessert recipes to make for fotoor and I fell in LOVE. With Punchfork you can instantly browse the newest recipes from the best food sites such as 101 Cookbooks, The Pioneer Woman, Epicurious, Serious Eats, Food Network and The Kitchn, find top-rated dishes, bookmark your favorites, and search by ingredient all in one place. They use real-time data like tweets and Facebook shares to measure which recipes are grabbing the attention of users which makes it easier for us to find the top recipes of the day. It’s just perfect for experimenting with dishes during Ramadan.
I think I have hit the Jackpot here!
1 8-ounce softened cream cheese
1 stick butter, room temperature
2 cups 4X or 10X sugar
1 cup sweetened coconut flakes
1 cup pecans
1 (18.25-ounce) box German chocolate cake mix, prepare by following direction on box
10 bite-sized almond and chocolate covered candy or candy of choice.
4 tablespoons butter
1/4 cup cocoa powder
1/2 cup milk
1 1/2 cups confectioners’ sugar
1/2 teaspoon almond extract
For the cream mixture:
Beat ingredients together with an electric mixer. Set aside until ready to use.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a 13 by 9 by 2-inch cake pan.
Line bottom of greased pan with coconut flakes. Sprinkle pecans on top of coconut. Set aside.
Follow directions on back of box to prepare cake. Beat for approximately 2 minutes, using an electric mixer. Fold in bite-sized candy. Pour into cake pan. Evenly space dollops of cream mixture on top of the cake. When the cake cooks, the cream will sink down to the bottom. This will be your “volcano” of flavor. Place in oven for 40 to 45 minutes. While cake is still hot spread the glaze evenly over the cake.
For the glaze:
In a small saucepan, melt butter over medium-low heat. Whisk in cocoa powder and add milk until you get a thin consistency. If glaze is too thick, add more milk. While bringing the butter and milk mixture to a boil, whisk in confectioners’ sugar and almond extract. Glaze should be thin. Remove from the heat and allow to cool before using.
Recipe via Paula Deen