2. Get everyone involved – if you are cooking for the whole family, the responsibility should not fall completely on you. Assign other family members days of the week to come up with meal ideas. Even your youngest helpers can get involved, from washing fruits and vegetables to setting the table. Passing on even the littlest jobs can be a weight off your shoulders. As a bonus, teaching little ones or inexperienced cooks is a valuable investment of your time – eventually you will be able to step back and allow others to do the work for you.
Tips for Working with Kids in the Kitchen