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Safety Tips for Cooking with Children
  1. Prevent food poisoning by:
    • always washing hands before cooking.
    • not eating raw eggs or raw meats.
    • waiting until the food is cooked before sampling it. Do not sample uncooked foods.
  2. Have children stand at the level of the activity. Use a stool if necessary.
  3. Use cooking supplies that will not break (such as plastic measuring cups and stainless-steel bowls).
  4. Use plastic knives or butter knives for cutting.
  5. Provide constant supervision.
    • Always watch children when they use knives, mixers, or the stove.
    • Supervise the use of ovens, stoves, and other kitchen appliances.
    • Remind children that stoves, ovens, pans, and dishes can be very hot.


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