Cooking Class: 57 Fun Recipes Kids Will Love to Make (and Eat!)
This fresh, fun cookbook for kids ages 6 to 12 explains basic cooking techniques in kid-friendly language and offers recipes for making dozens of favorite foods from scratch, including French toast, granola, pancakes, sandwiches, smoothies, muffins, biscuits, applesauce, fruit leather, goldfish crackers, tortilla chips, Buffalo chicken fingers, pizza, sushi California roll...more
So when the book arrived, at first I thought oh well, just something I have to read through. Then my kids got a hold of it and started to really get into the swing of things. They loved it!
They picked ou ...more
The recipes are things my kids (and any kid I've ever known) would be happy to make and eat. The ingredients are simple and easy-to-find. There are (colorful and fun) pictures for every recipe plus step-by-step photos for almost everything. There are tons of healthy foods in here but none of it looks like boring health food. There really is a lot of helpful information for beginner cooks. There's fun extras as well, like how to fold a " ...more
This would be so fun to booktalk. Very clever little food projects for kids to make, and they are visually appealing without the perfection of DK that makes you think you can never compare. It is a spiral spine which is good for cooking, but bad for libraries. Nonetheless, the kids would love the recipes which nicely range from easy to a little harder to allow entrance points for many different levels. I haven't seen a children's cookbook I've liked so much in a long time. ...more
Recipes range from simple to more advanced.
Includes basic kitchen rules, safety when working with sharp objects and heat, prep work and cooking terms.
Also includes how to set a table, fold a fancy napkin and separate an egg.
PDF downloads are available for labels, stickers, place cards and recipe cards.
Bright and engaging.
I love this kid's cookbook. Unlike many cookbooks for kids this one provides basic and useful recipes that a kid could easily learn and build on. There are great pictures and clear instructions. I especially liked the ideas after the recipes that demonstrated some options to change up or add on to the basic recipe. ...more
The recipes are something that kids as young as 4 or 5 could likely make with some help or supervision. ...more