Our Mission

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 »

Emily and Lyla’s 8 Great Reasons to Eat Kale

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 »

  • Kitchen Curiosities with Nancy Easton, WITS founder

    We had such a great time interviewing Nancy Easton, the founder of Wellness in the Schools. We hope you enjoy watching. The interview is just below. One thing we learned and you will learn too in the interview is she told us about that if you make a mistake, and do not fix it or learn from it,… Read more »

  • Delicious Date Drops (gluten free)

    We eat these delicious date drops all the time! You probably noticed from our school lunch pictures. We learned the recipe in our school’s Food and Garden Club. Everybody loved them.  We bring these date drops for treats and energy during game days, bikes, hikes, picnics, and of course for an every day school snack.  They are also really healthy… Read more »

  • Game Day Juice (makes you faster!)

    Do you play any sports?  This is something our mom has made for us on game days and it’s really delicious and she makes sure we drink it so we are hydrated.  The chia gets a little gel-like which is what makes it extra good for staying hydrated because the seed actually holds the water or juice… Read more »

  • Wellness in the Schools Gala

    Chef Telepan invited us to go to the Wellness in The Schools Gala. If you saw our Kitchen Curiosities interview with Chef Telepan he talked about Wellness In The Schools where he is the executive Chef. WITS just celebrated their 10 year anniversary and it’s a really big deal because they have made so many… Read more »

  • Now in Stores!

  • Suja Uber Greens Cucumber Gazpacho- Kitchen Twins

    Gazpacho is like a liquid salad and is technically made with tomatoes.   We don’t use tomatoes for this Gazpacho, but it is like a liquid salad and easier to eat than regular salad!  Our Suja Gazpacho is easy to make, and in the end is so refreshing. Emily and I love all of the ingredients so knew… Read more »

  • Kitchen Curiosities with Chef Maria Loi

    We first met Chef Maria Loi at the C-CAP event in New York and she was so nice and we loved her salmon dish she served that night so we could not wait to get to visit her at her restaurant Loi Estiatorio on West 58th Street in New York and interview her. Below is our Kitchen… Read more »

  • Making Our Coconut Kale Chips

    It’s just early morning in this video here and I am making our Kitchen Twins Toasted Coconut Kale Chips. I first coated the kale with the olive oil in the bag (#ShakeYourKale!!) and now I am sprinkling on the toasted coconut. And voila in 8- 10 minutes fresh kale chips we are taking to school with… Read more »

  • SUJA Berry Goodness Coconut Almond Quinoa “Cereal”

    Our parents make this mix almost every morning and we just tried it with SUJA Organic Berry Goodness Essentials and we all loved it. Usually they use almond milk for the liquid part but we all agreed it’s much better with SUJA’s Berry Goodness.  It is gluten free, vegan, full of protein and VERY filling. We like to… Read more »

  • Our Kitchen Twins Story

    Have we told you we’re excited to launch our Official Kitchen Twins Make Your Own Kale Chips!? Yes, you probably know this if you are following us, but let us back up a little and show you how it all began! Hope you enjoy our Story in pictures and words… Since then we have had so many… Read more »