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ChopChop Magazine
Award-winning, non-profit cooking magazine for kids and their families. Our mission is to inspire and teach kids to cook and eat real food with their families.
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 18
It's here in Massachusetts, and there's nothing like on a cold day. Classic Beef Chili is a hearty stew from the Southwest that uses a delicious mix of Mexican spices. The makes enough to share with others or have plenty of leftovers.
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 16
Looking for grownup-and-me classes? Come to the Edible Alphabet on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at the ChopChop Test Kitchen. Classes start February 26. Register now.
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 15
Opting for wholesome snacks while traveling and on-the-go is key to staying energized. Nutty Dried Fruit is a sweet, tart, and crunchy snack option that you can make with a variety of dried fruits and nuts. Nutty Dried Fruit recipe:
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 14
We celebrated Valentine’s Day by teaching kids how to cook up Cocoa Banana Mini Bread, Beet Tsatsiki, Pita Chips, and No Cook Raspberry Jam to give to others. Check out our other upcoming classes at .
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 13
Did you know we now offer classes for teens!? Register your teen for an evening class taught by celebrity chef, Gail Arnold. Participants will discover how to transform dishes with herbs and spices in this hands-on cooking adventure.
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 12
Are you delayed getting home after a long commute and have limited time to make dinner? Our Green-And-Bean Quesadilla is a quick meal with only 5 ingredients, making it easy for your child to get involved in preparing dinner tonight.
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 11
Making pizza with a variety of toppings is a great way to get kids involved in cooking. The younger ones enjoy selecting their favorite toppings, gaining confidence in creating their very own meal that they love! Our pizza recipes:
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 10
Let them make dinner! 🙌 Sign up your child/teen for one or all of our February break cooking classes. Learn more and register below.* 👇 Grades 2-5: Grades 6-9: *Financial assistance available. Email info@chopchopfamily.org.
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 9
Many of our recipes contain eggs and mixed ingredients. And for that, we’d like to thank Willis Johnson. Our Recipes:
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 7
Wondering what to give as a Valentine's Day present? Make an edible gift. Our No-Knead Bread is great for sandwiches, but it also goes well with soups and salads. It may even become your go-to instead of store-bought bread.
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 6
What’s for dinner? You decide! Come to our teen classes and learn how to cook up different dishes your mouth will thank you for. 🤤 Knife Skill Class: Fajitas 👉 Feb Break Classes: What’s for Dinner? 👉
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 5
Our ChopChop Test Kitchen teachers do such a great job engaging and empowering our students to cook and eat real food. These two sisters, Maddie (4) and Leah (5), participated in our Edible Alphabet series and wanted to thank Chef Gail. How cute are they?!
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 4
Does your child or teen need something to do during February break? Let them discover how to make dinner for the family! Sign up and get more details below.* 👇 Grades 2-5: Grades 6-9: *DM us to apply for financial assistance.
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 3
Did you know that zucchini can be used as a pasta replacement? You can choose to either spiral, grate or ribbon the vegetable. This simple Zucchini Ribbons recipe makes it easy to substitute your favorite pasta. Omit the cheese for the .
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 2
Chop it like a pro. 🔪🥒 If you’re feeling kinda cheffy, come to our teens-only knife skills class and cook up some fajitas. 🔥🙌
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 2
Hosting or attending a party tomorrow? Make one of these healthier recipes for everyone to enjoy. Some of them are also great for and ’s .
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 1
& 's is 5 days in, and we have another recipe for you. Our Roasted Wild (And-Not-So-Wild) Mushrooms are great as a side dish or a topping.
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ChopChop Magazine Feb 1
It’s February and that means it’s time for more exciting classes! Learn to make delectable dinners in our school break series. Create edible gifts for those you love in our Valentine’s workshop. Sharpen your knife skills in our teen class. 🍓🔪🥒🍴🥦🧂🥕
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ChopChop Magazine Jan 31
Pepper-Ring Eggs are perfect for any meal of the day. You can choose to fry or scramble the eggs. Crack the egg into a bowl first to make it easier to pour into the ring. Recipe: ,
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ChopChop Magazine Jan 30
Register for our February school break series, where students will learn how to cook up dinners during each class. Sign up now to reserve your spot and get more details below. 👇 Grades 2-5: Grades 6-9:
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