I enjoyed skimming through Betty Crocker Kids Cook I don t review cook books often, but, I do enjoy looking at ones specifically designed to appeal to children and teens This one is written with kids of all ages in mind It features recipes that kids can cook on their own with just a little guidance, and some difficult recipes that may take cooperation with an adult The recipes fall into five categories breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner, and desserts The book includes simple instructions and guidelines for general cooking and baking The end papers illustrate the tools of the trade The Just the Basics section even includes the current nutritional guidelines, MyPlate The recipes themselves seem straightforward and reader friendly As an adult, I appreciate them listing the nutritional information for each recipe Serving size, number of calories, number of carbohydrates, amount of fat, amount of fiber, etc It also includes the number of carbohydrate exchanges choices a serving is Most of the recipes, though certainly not all, are carbohydrate heavy I noticed Some recipes look delicious, very delicious, but are certainly not healthy enough to be eaten all that often, in my opinion The recipes that looked most appealing to me include Super Tasty Sweet Potato Bacon Biscuits p 23 Surprise Confetti Pasta Salad p 60 Impossibly Easy Mini Chicken Pot Pies p 98 Cheese Stuffed Meatballs and Spaghetti p 112 Bottom of the Cereal Box Cookies p 140 Do you have a favorite cookbook for children or teens Junk food Not a worthwhile book. I remember way back when I was 7, I had a cookbook that I adored with looking back now incredibly simple recipes The recipes were easy enough for me to achieve, challenging enough that I felt I was actually doing something grand, and delicious enough that I wanted to eat the result That is a tricky balance to keep, over an entire cookery book This book does a nice job of including the essentials and remaining appealing to young cooks.This current, spiral bound edition of the Betty Crocker Kids Cook is bright, colorful, and perfect as a starter cookbook for children aged 7 11 In this book they can learn the basics about kitchen safety, basic cooking techniques and nutrition information This is a great opportunity to introduce children to cooking, and see if they have a great interest in continuing If they do, they can easily be moved on to basic adult cookbooks.Fun recipes include Secret Forest Corn Muffins with a surprise broccoli tree inside , Snickerdoodly Mini Doughnuts, Bottom of the Cereal Box Cookies, and Spaghetti and Cheese Stuffed Meatballs.Highly Recommended to introduce children to cooking. I remember getting this as a present when I was a child and I just remember it had some good, good, GOOOOD looking recipes in it Just so tasty and delicious looking Made me hungry just looking through it. The cheesy potato soup it the best I could of use this when I was a kid but I loved using it when I was taking care of kids. Hey Kids Let S Get Cooking EasyOver Simple Recipes Show You How To Fix Every Meal Of The Day Plus Snacks And DessertsTastyChow Down On Delicious Food, From Chicken Lickin Quesadillas To Indoor S SFunCool Illustrations And Color Pix Of Every Recipe Make Cooking An AdventureNote To Mom DadKids Also Get The Lowdown On Cooking Terms, Basic Techniques, Good Nutrition And Kitchen Safety Not so much kids cook as it is kids feed themselves but mine enjoyed it anyway. Not nearly as good as the classic one from the 60 s, but a great, nostalgic read I just enjoyed reading and making some of the recipes with a 9 year old Really easy but good recipesthe meatloaf is similar to the one my husband makes
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