Colorful Tortillas make Taco Tuesday (or any day) more fun! Learn how easy it is to make tortillas, by 4 year old Chef Izabella. Here's the recipe: Colorful Tortillas
Trail Mix Biscotti is easy, yummy and fun to make. Little ones can learn a lot making these (grown ups too). 4 year old Chef Izabella makes it look easy. Here's the recipe: Trail Mix Biscotti
Fresh Orange Juice Popsicles are delicious. 4 Year Old, Chef Izabella shows you how easy they are to make. Here's the recipe: Orange Juice Popsicles
Crepes are delicious. Here's a cute demo video by 4 year old, Chef Izabella. They are super easy and fun to make. Here is the recipe: Coconut Flour Crepes
Do you love pancakes? These are the most delicious pancakes ever made. Try our orange, coconut pancakes. 4 Year Old, Chef Izabella, will show you how.
Here's the recipe: Coconut Orange Pancakes
Why buy store bought pesto ever again? 4 Year Old, Chef Izabella, shows you that making delicious, homemade pesto is as Easy to make as 1, 2, 3.
4 year old, Chef Izabella, (aka: Chef Izzy) demonstrates how to easily make reindeer food. Sprinkle the reindeer food on your lawn and Santa and his reindeer will surely find your home, on Christmas Eve. For Reindeer Consumption Only. Here's our recipe: Reindeer Food
4 Year Old, Chef Izabella, demonstrates how to make beautiful green and red Christmas Cheesecake bites. They make great gifts or a great party dessert appetizer to share. Spend quality time in the kitchen with loved ones this Christmas season. Here's our recipe: Christmas Cheesecake Bites
4 Year Old, Chef Izabella, shows you a few elements of making red and green Christmas biscotti. Biscotti is a family favorite. They get gobbled up quickly. Make them for your loved ones today.
Here's our recipe: Izabella's Christmas Biscotti
3 Year Old, Chef Izabella, brushes egg wash onto her puff pastry cut outs. Puff pastry is easy to work with and fun to use. We like to make fun shaped puff pastry sandwiches.
Here's our recipe: Puff Pastry Sandwiches
2 Year Old, Chef Izabella, has her mise en place ready, and prepares a fresh pesto!
Here's our Recipe: Tarragon Pesto
2 Year Old, Chef Izabella, Makes Homemade Tortillas. We use a mixture of all-purpose-flour and maseca. We add some Mexican oregano. Once we knead the dough and roll the dough into individual dough balls, we add colored food gel. We flatten each dough ball in the tortilla press and grill it on the comal. Each tortilla is a piece of artwork.
Here's our recipe: Colorful Tortillas
2 Year Old, Chef Izzy, and her mom, prepare delicious trail mix biscotti (aka: twice baked cookies). Izzy loves to eat biscotti, but she also loves to help make them. She will often ask her mama, "mama, when are we going to make biscotti again". Izzy has measured and prepared all of the dry ingredients already. In this video, Izzy helps her mom sift the dry ingredients through a strainer. Sifting dry ingredients together can help remove any lumps for a smoother batter.
Here's my mom's recipe: M and M Trail Mix Biscotti
2 Year Old, Chef Izzy, and her mom, prepare fresh pesto for you, using multiple fresh & organic herbs (basil, tarragon, spearmint), fresh garlic, Parmesan cheese, olive oil, lemon zest, freshly grated black pepper and kosher salt. They show you how easy it is to make fresh pesto. One can use it on grilled sirloin burgers, as a dip for veggies or as a sauce for pasta.
Click here for my mom's pesto recipe: Pesto Sauce
2 Year Old, Chef Izzy, helps prepare sweet corn, for our upcoming barbecue. She places each piece of corn in some foil. She dabs a couple pieces of unsalted butter on each. She takes a pinch of kosher salt and a pinch of dried herbs and sprinkles it over each corn on the cob. Then she wraps the foil around each piece of corn and sets it aside. She then practices her counting, as she counts the corn.
2 Year Old, Chef Izzy, implements quality control of the corn, for our upcoming barbecue. She tests the quality of the sweet corn, while we are prepping it. She determines that raw corn on the cob is delicious and nutritious! It actually has more vitamins when it's raw than when it's cooked!
2 Year Old, Chef Izzy, shows you how easy it is to make biscuits. She uses fresh, organic mangoes and fresh, organic nectarines. She also incorporates almond meal into her flour mixture for some added protein. She meticulously spoons her batter into ramekins prior to baking. The ramekins allow for a pretty presentation when plating. Click here for her mom's recipe: Mango, Nectarine Biscuits
2 Year Old, Chef Izzy, shows you how easy it is to whisk delicious, fresh ingredients together, to make homemade dressing. You can drizzle it on top of salads or over grilled vegetables. You can even pour it over freshly grilled meat. It's easy and delicious. Click here for her mom's recipe:
2 year old, Chef Izzy, lines the muffin tins with mini muffin wrappers. She is preparing to make mini Banana Muffins. As a toddler, being in the kitchen with her mom, teaches her patience, precision, and how to count. She also learns how to follow through with a task, while having fun at the same time. Click here for her mom's recipe: Mini Banana Muffins
2 year old, Chef Izzy, shows you how easy it is to make mini quiches. She whisks the filling ingredients together and spoons the filling mixture into the mini quiche crusts. Don't be intimidated by French food. It's fun and easy! Click here for her mom's recipe: Sweet Potato, Kale Mini Quiches
2 year old, Cheff Izzy, whisks eggs and buttermilk together, for her strawberry scones. She shows you how easy it is to whisk ingredients together. She loves baking!!!
Click here for her mom's recipe: Strawberry Scones