With our Test Kitchen Campaign nearing its end, we added some new perks to help us reach our goal! Thank you to everyone who has contributed so far. And if you haven’t yet, now is your chance to get the latest ChopChop gear while supporting our goal! New perks include the IACP award-winning ChopChop Cookbook, ChopChop T-shirts, aprons, and onesies. Our cookbook and apron are perfect for a young chef. T-shirts are available in adult and youth sizes, and both onesies and t-shirts are 100% pre-shrunk cotton. Check them out!
If you watched this season of MasterChef Junior, you probably remember vegetarian contestant Mia Evans. Mia is 12 years old and was born with a rare genetic condition called PKU that requires her to follow a strict, low-protein, diet for life. Mia learned to cook so she could maintain her diet and used her cooking skills to earn a spot on MasterChef Junior.
We talked to Mia about her favorite things to cook and eat, what being a vegetarian means, and we also learned a little bit about PKU.
Happy National Oatmeal Month! We don’t usually celebrate oatmeal, but we do eat it a lot. So this January, we’re taking a few extra opportunities to put one of our favorite breakfast foods in the spotlight. Here are four kinds of oatmeal you can make this month. We have recipes for basic oatmeal, hearty oatmeal, a fruity oatmeal, and even a savory oatmeal.
Orren was one of the first members of ChopChop's Kid Advisory boards and one of our first Healthy Heroes. It's been a while since we caught up with Orren and we're excited to hear he's up to some really cool things-like writing a book! We talked to Orren about his passions-chickens and bees-and his new book.
It’s been a few weeks since the launch of our ChopChop Test Kitchen Campaign, and we are 11% funded! Thanks to everyone who contributed. We launched this crowd funding campaign to build the ChopChop Test Kitchen where we can test recipes, host workshops and teach cooking classes through the ChopChop Cooking Lab. ChopChop Cooking Labs teach children food literacy, how make healthful choices, and how to use basic kitchen utensils to prepare simple meals.