From the very start, we have had a mission: to get families in the kitchen cooking with natural, whole foods. Why? Because it’s fun to cook and spend time in the kitchen and healthy foods really taste good. We have this mission because we think people will feel better if they cook most of their meals themselves instead… Read more »
Here are our 8 Great Reasons to eat kale! 1) Tastes good (we especially like our chips) 2) Keeps you strong and fit because kale has a ton of iron. 3) Makes your hair healthy and shiny and strong because it a has tons of vitamin A and C. Very good in summer especially if you swim a lot. 4)… Read more »
Our School Garden
At our school we have a garden where we grow many things. That includes kohlrabi, spinach, kale, tomatillos, husk cherries, sorrel, stevia, and many more. We also make honey from the bees we have. Another thing that we have is chickens. They are just starting to lay eggs, but they are small. We… Read more »
Kitchen Curiosities Interview with Milo Globetrotter!
Hi Everyone! Watch our 2nd Kitchen Curiosities interview with Milo Globetrotter who founded EXP Adventures! See us wear silly hats Milo brought us and learn about the food of the world he has eaten!! Learn more and enjoy the interview. Click below–> Have you ever heard of Carp in a bathtub? Or Century Eggs? Here are some… Read more »
Our Yoga Birthday Party+Cupcake Recipe!
Last week we celebrated our 11th birthday. We had lots of fun celebrating doing yoga with our friends at a place called Yogastream. Lara Heimann owns it and she has a daughter Olivia who is 12 who is the youngest person ever to get a teachers degree to teach yoga. Ms Heimann and Olivia taught the class for us… Read more »
Kitchen Twins Movie
Hello Everyone, We made this little movie by ourselves and it shares our passion and dreams for Kitchen Twins. Stay tuned we are launching our new product this month and hope this helps you get to know us before that. Emily & Lyla, The Kitchen Twins PS – Thank you to iMovie for such a great way for us… Read more »
Photo shooting our New Product
Today is the Monday after day light savings – fall back. We were all up very early, but we also went to bed early luckily. We were tired after a busy weekend of trick or treating, grand parents and our birthday party (more to come on that). This early morning, we are excited to share some… Read more »
The Great Pumpkin+flourless Pumpkin Pancakes
Today is a great day for the Great Pumpkin! We love everything pumpkin especially our Flourless Pumpkin Banana pancakes. Originally, we had tried a flourless pumpkin pancake, then a flourless banana pancake and decided to combine the ingredients for the best of both worlds. These pancakes are fluffy and really healthy because they contain… Read more »
Our Interview Series Kitchen Curiosities – 1st episode
Hi Everyone, We are going to be doing a bunch of interviews which we are calling Kitchen Curiosities. Click on the link below to enjoy our first interview with our mom, Cricket Allen, founder of The Perfect Snaque. It’s short and sweet and we hope you’ll enjoy. We’ll be back again soon with our second Kitchen Curiosities interview – aren’t… Read more »
Better Than Tate’s Cookies!
Here is a cookie recipe I made modifying one of our favorite chefs Chloe Coscarelli (she’s vegan and won Cupcake Wars and has the best cookbooks). They are gluten free and vegan (actually all of Chloe’s recipes are vegan). And since Ly and I are gluten free, we made with our cookies with gluten free… Read more »
Kitchen Twins Cooking Demo at Mrs Greens!
Join us for a cooking demo at Mrs. Green’s Natural Market this Saturday October 18 in West Windsor. Check below for the menu. It is at 11:30, and it’s FREE! This is the link! http://www.princetonkids.com/The-Kitchen-Twins-Cooking-Demonstration/10-18-2014/e/4322/ We are making vegan and gluten free Veggie Rice Wraps and Cacao Coconut Fig Truffles. Yum Yum! E & L
Pumpkin Spice is Everything Nice
One day after school, my family and I went out to get something warm to drink. I got apple cider with pumpkin spice. I loved it, and was inspired to make the spice myself. So we pulled up a recipe from the Farmer’s Almanac. Recipe: 1/3 cup ground cinnamon. 1 tablespoon ground ginger. 1 tablespoon ground… Read more »