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  • - 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.