Our awesome Chicken Steamers are not only adorable， but they make it easy to cook some awesome kid-friendly recipes. The lid for the chicken steamer also makes it easy to store these yummy treats， or even take them on the go! We’ve made a list of some of our favorite Chicken Steamer recipes that we tested and tried in our very own kitchens that your kids are sure to love. You can even get your little one involved with the cooking process - they will have a ton of fun participating and enjoying their food once it is all done. Studies show that involving children in the process of cooking greatly increases the chances that they’ll try the finished dish， which works great for picky eaters! If they are still too young to help you too muchanniversary gifts for couples， you can still involve them in super simple parts of the process. This can be things like choosing the food， such as which eggs to use， or having them help you put items in the mixing bowl will give them a great sense of pride.
It’s easy to create kid-friendly foods in fun shapes with the Din Din Smart Silicone Chicken Steamer! Quickly and easily steam vegetables or eggs in the microwave， create fun shaped jello treats， or even use it in the oven to bake mini cupcakes. The chicken shaped sectioned steamer helps create variety and encourage healthy eating from a young age. There’s a ventilated silicone lid included for easy， on-the-go snacks and storage， so don’t be afraid to prep to your heart’s desire! The easy to clean BPA free silicone is even microwave， oven， and dishwasher safe! Our silicone Chicken Steamers can withstand temperatures up to 450 degrees， so you can bake with it and boil it for a deep clean. Great for picky eaters to create variety &； encourage healthy eating with our brightly colored cute chicken design that kids love.accent pillow case baby
What are your favorite recipes to make with your Chicken Steamer？ Did you try any of these？ Let us know in the comments below， or reach out to us on social media. Happy cooking!
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One of the simple tricks that I love that?allows me to get more stuff “done” is to start with a premade item and then embellish or change it up. Today, for Ten Minute Tuesday, I’m going to show you how to embellish a simple t-shirt with a bit of sewing and applique.?I’ve used the “trick” of altering an existing item before, in my lace trimmed t-shirt project, the dress made from two t-shirts and the tote bag I posted yesterday.