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You do not have to make everything in a cookbook. For one, you might not like everything they are making. You might have allergies and can’t make something. It doesn’t mean that cookbook is wasted on your family.
Make it work for you, use a cookbook as inspiration for cooking or baking with your kids.
I love the confidence boost they get from cooking or baking. It's going to show everywhere. These kids' cookbooks are a great place to start.
The Complete Cookbook for Young Chefs, America's Test Kitchen, and an army of kid recipe testers, this awesome new cooking collection will get 5 to 8-year-olds (and their grown-ups!) into the kitchen doing fun food projects together!
Want to make your own soft pretzels? Or wow your friends with homemade empanadas? What about creating a showstopping pie? Maybe some chewy brownies after school? From breakfast to bread, from cookies to cakes (yes, even cupcakes!), learn to bake it all here. You can do this, and it's fun!
Want to bake the most-awesome-ever cupcakes? Or surprise your family with breakfast tacos on Sunday morning? Looking for a quick snack after school? Or maybe something special for a sleepover? It's all here. Learn to cook like a pro―it's easier than you think.
It’s the ultimate kids' cookbook from America’s #1 food magazine: 150+ fun, easy recipes for young cooks, plus bonus games and food trivia!
Getting kids in the kitchen doesn’t have to be scary or dangerous when you are teaching them how to do things properly. Mykids love getting in the kitchen and helping Blake or myself while we are cooking supper or baking something. We have been working on getting them in the kitchen more and more, giving them more to try and do.