*Warning, references kids who like vegetables*
The plan was monkey bread. Sugar, cinnamon, and bread.
But a plan , even of the greatest quality is not guaranteed success in the wilds of middle school.
Not ten minutes in it was mentioned that we were only making one thing, when we usually make two.
Then it happened- “Why don’t we make kale chips? We have so much kale in the garden…”
Moments like this, when a 6th grader is asking for kale chips, remind us why we cook creatively as much as possible. So we did, we made 5 batches of kale chips and couldn’t make up for the demand. Here is a sample of quotes fresh from the BHL kitchen.
“Man! Those kale chips are good!”
“You’re eating leaves!”… “Yeah- and they taste good!”
“I could eat these all day”
“I want to make these at home!”
“Those kale chips are so good”
“Man- who ate all the kale chips!?!”