字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - Do you think we did a good job? - Oh yeah! - You like it? - So good. (Laughing) (Gasping) - Hi, I'm Hannah, I'm the world's ok-est mom and all my kids are home right now. So this is my life. Cooking. Cooking, cooking, cooking. I did not realize how much of my day would revolve around cooking for my kids but, I feel like by the time I finished cooking, and we've all eaten, and I've done dishes, it's already time to cook another dish. So I'm going to try something because I'm tired of it. I'm going to outsource this task and have my kids cook breakfast for a week. It'll be a fun opportunity for them to get creative, make the food they want, learn a little something, and I get a little break from one meal a day so, wish me luck. So first and foremost, the rules. Most importantly, no waste. Absolutely no food waste at all in my house. This goes pretty much without saying everyday but, I just want to make sure when the kids have more freedom that they're not trying to make food that's inedible. And, I'm not making special grocery runs just for little ingredients that they want. They've got to work with what we have in our pantries, fridge and freezer. And the final rule is nothing dangerous. No stove top, no oven, nothing involving sharp knives. And if the kids need some help, I will help them. Good morning! It is the perfect morning to not have to cook breakfast. I'm so excited. Is breakfast ready? - Yes! - So day one started off very simple. I think the boys saw a certain item that I had purchased in the pantry and I kind of knew they'd go for that first. Oh my goodness! Donut towers. Oh who cut this banana? - Me. - Jackson! Color me impressed. With little markers. Oh, that's how it goes. They made donut towers. Are you proud of yourself? - Yeah. - Wyatt, are you proud? And I love how you thought of, you know, health with the banana. - Yeah. Does it taste good? - Mmmm. - Do you feel like you're a police officer? - Mhmm. Now I think the tower was kind of a ploy to like have more donuts on the plate, cause it's like "look we made it into a tower, how fancy, I better eat six." Day one so far so good. Good morning! It's a great morning, to not cook. Should we see what your brothers came up with today? Hello, are you cooking? - Uh, not yet. We need some help grabbing. - You need my help? Okay. I'll reach the bowls for you (Cereal being poured into bowl) - Oopsies. - The following day, the boys decided to take things up a small notch. Oh my goodness. (Gasp) This looks amazing. - Your welcome. - Who did the eggs? - I cutted the eggs. - You did? - Mhm. - Did you season them? - Yeah, and momma, I put a little bit too much on this one. - On this one. They didn't hard boil the eggs themselves, they came hard boiled, but Wyatt did them up real nice. What I started to notice is Jackson kind of stepped into the role of head chef, and Wyatt took on the role of sous-chef, so Jackson was delegating a lot of tasks to Wyatt that Jackson knew Wyatt would be able to handle. Which was very cool to see. How is it? - Good. I'm going for the egg. - You're going for the egg I'm going to get my cereal first, oh, did you mix two different kinds Jackson? - Mhmm. - Ohhh. - I mixed uh, some, granola. - Wyatt's special egg. Mmmmm. You know, I really should rating this food. I feel like on a scale of 1-10, I'd give that one a 7.5, it was very nice. Good morning. I realized that my mood drastically improves when I wake up knowing that somebody else is cooking for me. And the kids are actually happy to do it. So, let's see what they have prepared today. I think they haven't started cooking yet, so I better go remind them. Hey guys, where's my breakfast? - Oh, we need to make you breakfast, I forgot. - Excuse me. What kind of restaurant is this? After coasting a little bit with pretty easy breakfast, the next day the boys, decided to make something fancy. Wait, what did you say? - I dropped, uh, uh. Uh. - I'ma go check on them. I was trying not to intrude too much on their cooking process, but I could hear Jackson distinctly say, "oh no." - Jackson accidentally put lots of seasoning. - Lots of seasoning? - No, I used seasoned salt. (Laughter) - Okay. - I like getting the flavor in. - Do you want me to get this toast out for you? - Yes, please. - Okay. Not quite toasted, but, this is great - Well I put it on toast. - Oh, what do we have here. So they tried their hand at avocado toast. Wow. This color is nice. - Yeah, because we got lots of seasoning. We got lots of lemons. (Giggling) - You know, I was really surprised that they picked avocado toast, because Wyatt notoriously hates avocado. - Momma. - Ouuuu. - Thank you. - Thank you. - Looks so good. - Is Wyatt gonna eat some avocado? - He might. Wyatt you want some. - Yeah, he liked it. - You spreaded mine? (Laughing) - You take a bite already. - Yeah, I'm proud of myself. - It's delicious, you should be proud of yourself. - He's eating avocado. - Look at this His reaction was a little lackluster, but he finished the whole piece. Which is amazing, and ever since then he has been open to eating avocado actually. This just goes to show that if kids are involved in the process, and they feel they are accomplishing something, and it's their hard work, they're a lot more willing to try it. Alright, I'm giving it a taste. Mmm. I didn't dislike the avocado toast, it was just there was a lot of salt. Like a lot of salt. I'm not gonna say I don't like it, it was, my kids made it, of course I love it. I ate the whole thing. Successful day. Good morning. I heard the kids in the kitchen. Let's see what they're doing - Uh, making a smoothie. - You're making smoothies. - Mhmm. - Oh, can I tell you, can I give you a little tip. - What? - I don't like that. - You need a liquid in here. - Oh, then I'll get some milk. - Okay. - That's like the only liquid we have. - I hate that Greek yogurt, that tastes bad. - Oh. Is it plain - Yeah. - Well I think that's why Jackson got the honey out. - Yeah, Wyatt, you need to put honey in it. - Wyatt's serving technique is not up to code in terms of restaurant cleanliness. But he's my kid, if he wants to lick the spoon that's fine, we wash our hands very thoroughly before anybody touches any food. Oh my gosh, look at this presentation. Wow, that looks like Greek yogurt, with honey and granola, and are those dried cherries? - Yep. (Slurps) - Let me see Wyatt. - Mmm, so good. - Mm, better than with you. - Better than mine? - Mmmmm. Mhmmm. - Nice yogurt Wyatt. - Excellent. Mmm. This is really good. Great job guys. - Yes. - Overall that meal is what I would make myself if I had my way for breakfast - High five Wyatt. - And I was very impressed. Good morning. I hear a bunch of commotion outside. What are you doing. [Clinging noise] Where's breakfast? Are you guys getting along? - Yes we are. (Giggling) - Okay. Day five was when things got weird. What is happening? - Uh, nothing, nothing, nothing. - What were you putting in the toaster. - I was about to put the plate in the toaster. - You were about to put the plate in the toaster. - Yes. I don't know why. - Oh my god. Do you want to start a fire? - Pew, pew, pew, pew, pew. - Takis and a waffle. Mmm. I don't always eat these. - I'm in charge of waffle making. - Did you mean to leave the waffle a little frozen. - Mhmm. - Jackson made a point of saying over and over and over and I meant to leave it a little frozen, and I meant to leave it a little frozen. - I totally meant to make the waffles kind of frozen. Totally meant to do that. - I'm glad you did. - He didn't mean to leave it a little frozen. Overall not a meal that I would ever make again or serve my children, but they tried it, they got it out of their system and I think that's what matters. 5 out of 10. Good morning.