Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Another Episode of "In The Kitchen With Lily"

A dancer has to keep up her energy and what is better than Rice Krispie treats?  Lily's back in the kitchen and invites you all to join her.


Hi y'all (she's a southern girl).  I'm happy to see you.



First, read the directions carefully.


Measure the ingredients.


Put them into the pot.


Call your mommy to turn on the heat.


Always do a taste test.


Even the most serious cook has to have a bit of fun with food.  Lily recommends turning raspberries into finger puppets.


Charlotte thinks raspberry finger puppets are hilarious!

36 comments:

  1. What fun! You caught a wonderful photo of Charlotte laughing! I almost feel like I right there with ya'll. :-)

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  2. Oh so blue eyed Lily is pretty in pink today! Hard to choose a favorite picture, but Charlotte laughing is just wonderful!!! Did she get a taste?

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  3. How much fun can cooking be for you with such a cute company.And they had fun too;)

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  4. Girl, it that dont bring a smile to people's faces I dont know what will.

    SHE needs to be on HGTV with her own cooking show. YEP!!!

    LOOK at those blue eyes!!

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  5. ab so lute ly Adorable! both of them, love those finger puppets, send Krispie Treats, I love them

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  6. I do love a souther cooking girl. She is adorable! Hugs! Bonnie

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  7. Adorable! Love those bright blue eyes and the beautiful belly laugh-enjoy:@)

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  8. What stunning little girls! I'll bet you had a blast cooking in the kitchen with them! So nice to get them involved at a young age!

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  9. I love having children in the kitchen . . . unless I am super tired. :-)

    Fondly,
    Glenda

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  10. What a darling post!!! Darling girls!!!
    Darling apron!!! Loved this!

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  11. So adorable -- they're both gorgeous.

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  12. LOL! Oh, how very precious! LOL! Love those sweet little faces! Alex always 'tastes' as he goes... I'm sure that is a sign of fine cooks in the making! LOL! blessings ~ tanna

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  13. They are both so adorable..her little apron too!

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  14. Love this! Making anything with my Paityn Lily (granddaughter who is 4) is a whole different experience than making something with Aidan(grandson who is 3). One would think the 4 yr. old would be easier....not the case! She has to touch everything, experience every part of it all to the fullest....all at the blink of an eye! Love her anyway =)

    Have a great day!

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  15. Oh honey, your kitchen is filled with wonderfully adorable cooks. How bless are you???

    What sweet fun!

    Have a blessed day sweetie!!! :o)

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  16. Cute! I love your commentary :) You've got to check out Pinterest. I think you'll love it. It's a great place to get and organize tons of ideas for anything you're interested in.

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  17. I love her!! she is sooo cute!!! lovely post! gloria

    Love Charlotte too!

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  18. Now this puts a huge smile on my face, not that it wasn't there before.

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  19. Lilly and Charlotte have stolen my heart; the are adorable. Enjoy!
    Rita

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  20. What wonderful smiles!

    Love the raspberries!!! : )

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  21. Oh how sweet, Bonnie... Your granddaughters are going to be special chefs --like their Grandmother, aren't they? They are both adorable!!!
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  22. What adorable girls and what an adorable post! They are so precious.

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  23. Oh how cute! I can't wait until my kids are old enough to start really helping me in the kitchen and by that I don't mean grant throwing grapes all on the floor and flour going everywhere- although it can be fun on some days:) Yeah for krispy treats- who doesn't love those and lily is just precious!

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  24. Lily is so cute and a budding chef! Looks like Charlotte is looking forward to sharing.
    Such lovely photos, Bonnie!

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  25. Love, love kids in the kitchen. Cheers to Lily!

    Velva

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  26. So adorable! And Lily is already multi-tasking at her tender age.

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  27. Bonnie, this is precious! I will never look at Rice Krispie treats the same again! (They're great with dried pieces mixed in too, btw.)
    Your sous chef has great star potential!

    Ben
    http://kissthecook-ben.blogspot.com/

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  28. Greetings! I haven't visited in ages! And may I say that your girls are ADORABLE! Lily is a beautiful little chef, and those big beautiful blue eyes!!! And little Charlotte is a great viewer of your and Lily's cooking show!
    Best,
    Gloria
    P.S. Have you joined Pinterest? See my last post at my blog if you haven't and if you'd like an invite, please let me know. (email: gloria.vincent@yahoo.com) If you already know Pinterst, go to this page of mine there... I think you'd love to make some of the stuff with your girls for Halloween!
    http://pinterest.com/gavincent/halloween/

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  29. hi bonnie! it's nice to meet you :) this post is adorable, what cute kids they are! i'm glad i can give you a little piece of home away from home!

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  30. This is what I would call a cooking experience! Memorable fun!!

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  31. Trop trop cute cette mignonne petite pâtissière:)xxx

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  32. How lovely! I love to see kids in the kitchen having fun - perfect photos really capturing the moment!
    Mary x

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  33. Those two girls are adorable! What a great Little Baker helper you have. Love the raspberry finger puppets!

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  34. Oh, too cute! I love, love, Rice Krispie treats!


    Melinda

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