In celebration of Nutrition Month, the Preschool B and the Kindergarten students took on the role of being the little chefs of Nest. They prepared a very nutritious yet scrumptious dish to share with their classmates and friends (and even teachers! 🙂 ).

The special dish: Corn Omelet!

Before  turning on the heat, these little chefs first made their very own chef’s hat! All colorful and joyful ready for a fun day in the kitchen. See how cute they all look wearing those wonderful toques!


With their chef’s hats and aprons on (and of course clean hands), all the children got a chance to help out their teachers in preparing and cooking the yummy Corn Omelet.

These little chefs truly proved that it isn’t too early to become a kitchen expert! 🙂

Want to make your own Corn Omelet at home? Here’s how.

Corn Omelet

(Serves 2 – 3 people)

2 eggs

2 tablespoons of corn kernels

1/4 diced red bell pepper

1/4 diced half onion

1/2 diced tomatoes

1/2 diced ham

a pinch of salt

grated cheese (optional)



frying pan


mixing bowl



1) Break the eggs in the mixing bowl.


2) Add the corn, red bell pepper, onion, tomatoes, cheese and ham. Mix.


3) Add a pinch of salt to taste. Mix.


4) Pour oil in the frying pan and wait for it to heat up.

5) Once the frying pan is hot enough, pour the egg mixture in the pan. Cook until the edges of the egg is forming.

6) Fold the egg once the edges are golden brown.

7) Flip to cook the other side.


8) Once cooked, put in a plate, garnish with some corn, red bell pepper, and cheese on top. Serve.

9) Enjoy! 🙂

Click the links for the photos of Kindergarten and Preschool B. 🙂


About Teacher Angelo

preschool teacher. adventurer. child at heart. loves to eat and taste different delicacies. would love to travel the world. optimist. dreamer. believer. "It just takes a simple smile to make things easier." :)

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