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Saturday, January 18, 2014

Crepes #A-Spice-A-Day#18

My daughter is really good in making crepes.  She watches Giada on TV all the time and I can say that she learns a lot since she  tries some of them and it does turn out really well.  Heck, I can't even  make crepes lol.

When she first learned how to make it, we only  eat it plain but she  made a twist one day and  made an apple filling.  She cooked the apple with butter, cinnamon and some honey.  It was really good.

I can't believe that my 8 year old can pull this off.  When I was 8, I can only cook rice and  vegetable (gulay with gata and some spice) but my  little chef is making more than what I could make at her age.  Pardon me for  bragging but I  am just  so happy of what my little one can accomplish. 

 So for Moms out there,  don't be afraid to let your kids explore in the kitchen.  Let your kids help every time they want to.  With your guide and help, they will learn a lot!

A Spice A Day #18
January 18, 2014

  • We took the kids to the mall.  We dropped by at Hobby Lobby and it was like a paradise for my crafty little girl.  We bought our son some  uniform pants because the ones he's using now are getting smaller.  We also bought a present for a friend's son who turned 1 today.
  • I made some corned beef and rice for dinner.
  • We attended Nathan's birthday.

41 sumptuous burps..:

April McGregor said...

what an awesome little lady. I can't make a great looking crepe like hers too.

Healy Harpster said...

Wow, that is so impressive and making crepes is not easy. I will not be surprise if your daughter will say that kitchen is her BFF. She likes to cook! :)

Angela Bethea said...

That crepes looks absolutely scrumptious. I would love to have a taste!!! I hope to make something as just good as that someday.

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MikiHope said...

I never could make crepes but do love to eat them--your little girl is amazing--that apple filling sounds delicious!! I really don't think I could actually make anything at 8 years old except maybe jello!!

Lolo @ Crazy About My Baybah said...

Those crepes look fabulous! That is awesome that your 8 year old made them. I do not know if I could even make them now! lol

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

Holy Wow!! Your Daughter made those crepes? She did a great job. I have tried before and mine never look so nice.

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

Next thing you know she'll want to apply to Masterchef Junior. Wouldn't that be something?

Casa Vilora Interiors said...

That looks amazing! Although I don't eat anything cooked really, I can appreciate this

Masshole Mommy said...

Ok, I am convinced - I am letting my nine year old in to the kitchen to cook ME something! Those look amazing.

Aisha Kristine Chong said...

Sis, you should post videos na din - haha! So I can copy and practice how you do your recipe's - looking yummy there!

zoan said...

looks delicious! your daughter might grow up to be a great chef, I can't even cook a GOOD sunny side up haha

Healy Harpster said...

Kindly share the recipe in making crepes here. I want to make some. :)

Pam said...

Wow, your daughter has me beat. I just am not that good at things like that. They look delicious.

Elise said...

Wow, those look amazing! Impressive for anyone, let alone an 8-year-old.

Vinma said...

wow.. this looks so delish! And your daughter made this? Incredible- she is a good cook :)

Kay Adeola said...

wow great little cook you have on your hands this looks amazing.well done to her :-)

Jennifer Williams said...

I have always wanted to try to make these and have been afraid. I need to come take lessons from your daughter - those look amazing.

becca said...

omg i love crepes but never tried making them myself so going to try this soon thank you

AMBER EDWARDS said...

That is awesome that your daughter can make crepes! I can't make them. Although I've never tried. These look delicious! I need to try it out. I also need to let my kids be more involved in the kitchen so they can learn these important skills.

Tina said...

You should be proud of her! My mouth is watering right now!

amanda ripsam said...

My 6 year old loves helping in the kitchen however I would never allow her to turn the stove on lol we joke and keep the 19 year old away from the stove. good job to your kido. I guess if you show them young and get them to watch cooking shows they can pick up on things. how awesome. I'm going to give my 6 year old a try she did like watching master cheif jr.

Joanna Sormunen said...

Those crepes look amazing! And sounds like your daughter really is at home in the kitchen. This is really incredible at 8 years old. Congrats!

Marielle Altenor said...

crepes looks delicious. I try to let my son help in the kitchen and for most part he is great. just means i have twice the cleaning to do after lol But he LOVES it he's favorite thing is to "crack the eggs" when making breakfast! so silly!

Tess said...

I love the idea of those crepes. i like to have my daughter help in the kitchen. Good bonding time!

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

My grandmother used to make crepes when we were kids and they were delicious. These look so good.

Aisha Kristine Chong said...

I wish i can make crepes too - I find it hard but will try to look at the videos too soon.

Teresa McCluskey said...

I have never heard of these but omg they look way to good! I must make them and eat them all up!

mommy Peach said...

These crepe looks super delicious and definitely made with love!

Amanda McMahon said...

Amazing work there. I cannot believe an year old did that!

Amanda Love said...

I love these but have never been able to make them myself. You make it seem so effortless. I'll have to try and see if mine comes out tasting as good as yours look.

The Frugal Greenish Mama said...

I love crepes with fresh berries and cream! Yummy :)

betchai said...

oh, looks so good! you and Mhie are inspiring me to make crepe tomorrow. I miss making this, I may as well miss the left-over pizza for breakfast. :)

kudos to little Ms. Burrito, this is really a job very well done.

Joy said...

your daughter will be a good cook when she grows up, her crepe looks really good :)

kulasa said...

HMMMMM that is something to be truly proud of! I can not even make one I guess! gee I need to spend more time in the kitchen to inspire my boys too! :)

Juliana said...

Pahiram ang little chef mo. I'm so intimidated with the idea of making crepes at home. I haven't tried it. Takot ako hindi makopya ang texture and taste ng crepes from the restos and those that I've tasted and feasted on while in France.

She did a great job! Looks yummy!

Jessica Cassidy said...

Great job little pretty Chef :-) that looks real delicious Sis Rose :-) My little K is just like your daughter, she wants to learn how to cook. I told her that for now, she can help me make her Daddy's salad as she cannot reach the stove yet :-)

Marie Imperial said...

I love crepes! Your photos made my mouth water!

mhie@smarktastes said...

Giada is one of my favorite chef,sis,You're you lucky to have a daughter like her. Beauty,brain and chef, wow! all in one.

Jonas Labagala said...

An 8-year old can make a crepe? Wow! You know what, teach her more recipes and consider her joining masterchef US.. (seriously)

Anna said...

I want to make my version of mango crepe with chocolate, nom nom

Bjorn Bernales said...

I miss eating crepes. I would like to try making crepes for my own consumption.

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