Tia Mowry Says Daughter Cairo, 2, Sometimes Mistakes Aunt Tamera for Mom: 'She Thinks It's Me'

Tia Mowry Shares Her Go-To Quarantine Meals and Tricks for Keeping It Fresh in the Kitchen

While her son Cree Taylor, 9, "enjoys seeing Mommy on television," he has his preferences. For instance, "he's a huge fan of Family Reunion" on Netflix — but other projects from her past, not so much.

"Twitches was on and he was like, 'Eh,' and changed the channel after 5 minutes," Mowry-Hardrict says. "[I'm like], 'Are you freaking kidding me? That's your mother — not only your mother, your auntie. What's the problem?' "

The twins' younger brother Tahj Mowry, who's also an actor known for childhood roles on series like Smart Guy and Full House, has a big fan in Cree. "My son has a very close relationship with his uncle," explains the Tia Mowry's Quick Fix star. "He loves everything that my brother Tahj does."

As for Cairo, "She's the cutest thing when she sees Mommy on TV," Mowry-Hardrict raves. "She goes, 'Mama, Mama, Mama.' It's so cute."

While isolating at home with husband Cory Hardrict and their kids, the celebrity foodie has also been whipping up her fair share of sweets, from apple pies to the quarantine favorite: banana bread.

"Banana bread is something the whole family loves," she tells PEOPLE. "I love the versatility of it. You can make it for breakfast, lunch or dinner."

Mowry-Hardrict's partnership with Ocean Spray was a natural fit, she says, since Craisins are also a favorite in her household.

"I'm a huge fan of Craisins. My family, we absolutely love it, especially my daughter. She will literally just eat from the bag," she says.

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