A to Z Cookbook for Kids

A to Z Cookbook for Kids

by Jacque Wick


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Kids, take over the kitchen! Cook your way through the alphabet with fun and exciting recipes from After-School Apple Dip to Zebra Cupcakes. Parents will love the glossary of kitchen tools and advice on teaching children about buying the food they cook. The book has easy-to-read recipes and step-by-step photos, so your children's first kitchen adventures are guaranteed to be a success!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781462112135
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution
Publication date: 10/08/2013
Pages: 80
Product dimensions: 8.60(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 7 - 10 Years

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A to Z Cookbook for Kids 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The recipes are mostly nutritious: hummus, veggies, and fruits. But, there are some recipes that shout DESSERT: S’more Cuppie Cakes, Ice Cream Dazzle Pie, and Upsy-Daisy Cake in a Mug. Who wouldn’t want to dive in? Each letter of the alphabet is represented by a recipe beginning with that letter: F is for French Toast Skewers made with strawberries, bananas, and French toast pieces, K is for Kanga’s Pizza Pockets, and C is for Cowboy Chow Dinner wrapped in foil and cooked on a barbecue grill or camp fire. Every recipe includes photographs of how to make it step-by-step. The children, wearing chefs’ hats and aprons, make this an inviting cookbook. Using the alphabet as a framework for a kid’s cookbook is a great idea. Children are already doing things with the alphabet. The book has just the right number of recipes and includes ideas for variations. The format is easy to read. The book folds out to reveal a recipe on the left page, and illustrations on the right page. The introduction explains the benefits of learning to cook at an early age. Children want to imitate their parents. When they play outside, they make mud pies. Why not make real food? Cooking can be playtime, time with a parent, and time for learning math, science, reading, and imagination. The author gives some cooking basics such as mixing in a bowl, cracking eggs, and cutting garlic and onion. Recipes are listed as Easy, Medium, or Hard. Most recipes require some supervision of an adult. I would highly recommend this whimsical cookbook.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My 4 yr old nephew is enjoying shopping for the ingredients for the projects. he loves trying new dishes goes so far as setting the table etc. he has a chef hat and jacket great investment