I was very excited this past weekend to take the boys into Boston to have a little afternoon of cooking and baking with Chobani Champions. Saturday afternoon, we took the train up to Boston and headed to the Boston Center for Adult Education for a couple of hours of tasting the new Chobani Champions and putting the kids to work in the kitchen!
Both boys love the new Chobani Champions flavors, so they were very excited to throw on an apron and help in the kitchen. Sometimes they help with dinner preparation or baking at home, and other times we put out pots and pans and “pretend” to make all different types of foods!
When we arrived at the class, the kids received adorable little aprons that they could personalize by coloring. We then got started with the first recipe: orange vanilla cake. The kids each had their own assortment of child-proof cook ware (complete with tiny cake pans!), and they got started measuring out ingredients.
While the cakes were baking, the boys cooked a Very Berry Health Chicken Dinner that was a really interesting combination of the very berry yogurt, chicken, cucumber, avocado and basil with other seasonings! My husband came with us on this trip, and he could not believe how tasty the dish was!
Lastly, they made yogurt parfaits with layers of the Honey Nana and Chocolate Chunk Champions and granola and dried banana chips. They were topped with fresh strawberries and bananas.
The boys had a wonderful time, thanks to Chobani and Chef Dustin of the Boston Adult Education Center for a great class that everyone thoroughly enjoyed! If you want to check out some of the recipes we did, visit the Chobani Champions blog!