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by Howard Shooter,Nicola Graimes

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ISBN:
0756629160
Author:
Howard Shooter,Nicola Graimes
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
DK Children (June 4, 2007)
Pages:
128 pages
EPUB book:
1862 kb
FB2 book:
1515 kb
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1198 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
189


This cookbook is a lively collection of recipes for kids that encourages healthy eating and asks kids to consider what they eat and how it affects their bodies has been added to your Cart.

This cookbook is a lively collection of recipes for kids that encourages healthy eating and asks kids to consider what they eat and how it affects their bodies. Featuring everything from pizzas and burgers to tofu kebabs and seafood salads has been added to your Cart.

by Howard Shooter (Photographer), Nicola Graimes (Author). Howard Shooter is a food photographer with more than 20 years of experience. This book is beautifully done, exciting to page through and has large, seemingly easy to follow steps

by Howard Shooter (Photographer), Nicola Graimes (Author). He has been a finalist for Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year three separate times. His studio is based in Camden, London. This book is beautifully done, exciting to page through and has large, seemingly easy to follow steps. My daughter loves helping in the kitchen and immediately upon receiving this she wanted to try and make a whole bunch of things. Our first recipe was the mini fruit pies.

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Kid’s Fun and Healthy Cookbook (2007). I first purchased this book when my toddler was starting to eat solid foods and I was looking for recipes that would healthy and appeal to children. Once I received this book I saw how kid friendly it was and how informative it is as well.

Nicola Graimes, Howard Shooter. With more than 100 step-by-step recipes shown in full-color photographic detail, Kids' Fun and Healthy Cookbook will prove that healthy food can be fun!

Nicola Graimes, Howard Shooter. With more than 100 step-by-step recipes shown in full-color photographic detail, Kids' Fun and Healthy Cookbook will prove that healthy food can be fun! This cookbook is a lively collection of recipes for kids that encourages healthy eating and asks kids to consider what they eat and how it affects their bodies. Featuring everything from pizzas and burgers to tofu kebabs and seafood salads, each dish in Kids' Fun and Healthy Cookbook has been developed by an award-winning food writer to both nourish the body and tempt the taste buds.

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By Howard Shooter ISBN: 9780756629168. With more than 100 step-by-step recipes shown in full-color photographic detail,Kids' Fun and Healthy Cookbook will prove that healthy food can be fun! This cookbook is a lively collection of recipes for kids that encourages healthy eating and asks kids to consider what they eat and how it affects their bodies. See all 3 brand new listings. Brand new: lowest price.

Title: Kids' Fun & Healthy Cookbook Format: Paperback Number of Pages . The recipes in this book will take kids through their day from start to finish. Nicola Graimes is an award-winning food writer

Title: Kids' Fun & Healthy Cookbook Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 128 Vendor: DK Children. Weight: 1 pound 11 ounces ISBN: 0756629160 ISBN-13: 9780756629168 Stock No: WW629168. Nicola Graimes is an award-winning food writer. Her mission is to show that eating well not only influences the health of our bodies and minds but can be delicious and fun, too! Howard Shooter is a food photographer with more than 20 years of experience.

Put the fun back into healthy eating with this bright and colorful cookbook. This lively collection encourages kids to consider what they eat and how it affects their bodies, without preaching. Yummy interpretations of old classics, as well as new recipes destined to become classic help turn eating into a delicious treat. Features all new photography and lively step-by-step text. Covers breakfast, light meals, main meals and delicious desserts. Packed with fun facts and information about nutrition and healthy cooking techniques.

With more than 100 step-by-step recipes shown in full-color photographic detail, Kids' Fun and Healthy Cookbook will prove that healthy food can be fun! This cookbook is a lively collection of recipes for kids that encourages healthy eating and asks kids to consider what they eat and how it affects their bodies.

Featuring everything from pizzas and burgers to tofu kebabs and seafood salads, each dish in Kids' Fun and Healthy Cookbook has been developed by an award-winning food writer to both nourish the body and tempt the taste buds. Step-by-step photographs help junior chefs through each recipe, and food fact sections highlight specific ingredients and detail what makes them nutritious.The recipes in this book will take kids through their day from start to finish. Make nourishing breakfasts like breakfast tortillas, fruit smoothies, and banana pancakes; create light meals like turkey burgers and minestrone; move on to main courses like chicken drumsticks and pesto pasta; and top it all off with desserts like tropical yogurt ice, apple muffins, cherry pies, and sunflower seed rolls. A fact-filled introductory section introduces concepts like fruits and veggies, starches, proteins, and fats and sugars, while a handy glossary at the end clarifies all the terms and phrases kids need to know.Get ready, get healthy, get cooking!

  • Xmatarryto
This book is beautifully done, exciting to page through and has large, seemingly easy to follow steps. My daughter loves helping in the kitchen and immediately upon receiving this she wanted to try and make a whole bunch of things. Our first recipe was the mini fruit pies. However, that's where things went a bit askew: right away I noticed the recipe called for two apples. It never mentions peeling or chopping the apples for the pies anywhere. To follow the directions exactly would be to have two whole apples thrown into a bowl with the rest of the filling... Obviously we could deduce they ought to be chopped, but for a kids book that is supposed to be all about learning to follow directions, it seems glaringly obvious that this was not specified anywhere. Next we noticed that the ingredients list calls for two tbs of sugar for the crust, but in the instructions you are told to add in "1/3 of a cup of the sugar". I had to guess at which amount was correct. Likewise, the step for mixing the filling asks you to combine the fruit, sugar and almonds together in a bowl, and then two steps later tells you to sprinkle the almonds that you previously mixed with the fruit filling onto the top of the crust before adding the filling. Nowhere are you told to reserve extra almonds, or how much. Lots of weird inconsistencies like this made the short, simple recipe very confusing. Luckily, I bake a lot, so we ended up with a lovely set of little pies that were delicious, but this book needs some more careful editing. A cookbook for children should not have steps and ingredient amounts contradicting each other in a recipe that only has 4 or 5 steps to it. We'll keep going and see how the rest of these turn out!
  • Charyoll
Was looking for fun cookbooks for my kids with healthy and kid friendly recipes. The book is ok but I was not overly impressed with it. It has just sat on our bookshelf and not really used at all. Would not have bought this if I had seen it first.
  • Frdi
I wanted a cookbook that I could sit with my 4 1/2 year old and 7 year old grandsons and choose things to make... There are several things I think will tempt them... I want to encourage my boys to try new things and have a part in the process of the cooking. This book has wonderful full color photos on most of the book. You "eat" with your eyes first... this is important - especially when trying to get kids involved. I will update my review as we have tried a few things. Why not 5 stars.... a hard spine... not a spiral - which makes it easier to keep open... *meh*... I do like the healthier recipes. I didn't see anything that you needed a degree to get done - which is good cause we are trying to get kids involved here! There are easy to follow step by step directions. The 7 year old reads so he is going to jump on the details. The 4 1/2 year old will like the photos. I never hesitate to update my reviews should new info seem useful... and I do hope this info was helpful to you in some way!
  • Kata
I bought this for my 8 year old son who has recently learned he loves to cook. There is a wide variety of food so there is something for everyone. The instructions are easy to follow and great pictures.
  • SiIеnt
I am so happy with this cook book. They are great recipes and really healthy. Homemade sauces and even homemade pesto, really good. I was nervous at first that my daughter (5yrs.) wouldn't like the "healthy" recipes but I let her go through it and put a little post it on the recipes she wanted to try. And more than half the recipes were tagged. Even the lamb kebabs and pesto pasta with broccoli. And though she didn't like every recipe we made she is trying/tasting more food because SHE chose it.
  • Nikobar
I bought this for my youngest granddaughter's birthday because she's shown a strong interest in cooking and baking. I was very impressed with the simplicity of most of the recipes, as well as the fact that the recipes are pretty healthy options. My daughter, her mother, says they're having a lot of fun with it (and "Betty Crocker Kids Cook!" another 'kids' cookbook I gifted at the same time), and they all enjoy the food. It's marketed to children, but, she says the food's really good.
  • Ndyardin
My 6 yr old loves the book and my 11 yr old also picks recipes to cook from it. There are a few recipes that require special equipment but most you can make with just ingredients. Great gift.
Can't wait to start making some of the recipes with my daycare children!