Ever wonder what green eggs and ham really taste like? They're yummy. And now everyone can whip up a batch for themselves using this fabulous cookbook. Filled with simple, scrumptious, wacky recipes for such foods as Cat in the Hat Pudding and Moose Juice and Schlopp, this unique cookbook will have the whole family hamming it up in the kitchen. Each recipe is accompanied by the original verse that inspired it, and the pages are laminated to protect against getting splatters of Sneetch Salad, Oobleck, and Solla Sollew Stew.
Featuring more than 45 delicious dishes for making with friends, serving at parties, and learning all about the kitchen, Cookbook for Girls inspires young girls to have fun in the kitchen and get creative with food.From perfect sleepover snacks to delicious dinners and picnic salads for summertime fun, girls will love cooking up these mouth-watering ideas with their best-friends. The easy-to-follow, step-by-step recipes make cooking together fun and easy. Fabulous food is the theme of this book, which includes extra craft projects that are guaranteed to help young hostesses serve up their culinary achievement in style
Discover delicious new ways to provide healthy meals in preschool settings. Packed with more than seventy breakfast, lunch, snack, and special celebration recipes, this hands-on cookbook promotes the development of healthy eating habits in young children. Anchored by wholesome ingredients, these recipes are nutritionally sound, follow federal dietary guidelines, and are all child-tested and approved. Nutrition information, food safety procedures, tips for cooking with children, and colorful photographs of completed recipes are included.
This cookbook complements "Early Sprouts: Cultivating Healthy Food Choices in Young Children," a complete nutrition and gardening curriculum to help preschoolers develop preferences for healthy foods.
Meet four new friends as they get ready for the ultimate girls' night in
Sofia, Tommako, Tye and Jessie all have their own style and personality, but there's nothing they love more than hanging out together. Be inspired by their favorite hobbies, from baking and braiding, to crafting and writing
With so many great ideas and activities, what will you choose to do?
In the 1950s Children's Activities Magazine ran a delightful monthly feature. Children from all over America submitted recipes which they had successfully prepared. An illustrator named Sonia Roetter added a little drawing to each recipe, and a whimsical and useful page was created for each month. We reprint, in Fun In The Kitchen, more than a hundred of our favorite entries from the many hundreds which were run in the life of the column. They are simple enough to be cooked by children eight years and older. We have added a little color to the images in a manner which we think would have pleased the artist. Our staff chef has examined all the instructions for reasonableness.
Written and designed to appeal to kids ages 5 to 12, this all-new edition of the Better Homes and Gardens New Junior CookBook features 65 brand-new recipes that are simple to make and a blast to eat. Each recipe includes a photo of the dish and unique and lively illustrations of characters that tell a story to complement the dish.
All the recipes here are easy-to-follow and packed with helpful hints and fun ways for kids to put their own spin on them. With lots of easy-to-understand nutrition information, it's a great way to teach kids about healthy eating while getting them interested in cooking.
- 65 recipes include hearty breakfasts, lunches, and dinners as well as healthy snacks and treats
- Fun, engaging, full-color illustrations bring each recipe to life and grab kids' attention
- Special features cover cooking basics, kitchen safety, menu planning, basic nutrition information, and guidance on reading and understanding food labels
Teach your kids how to eat right and help out in the kitchen with the Better Homes and Gardens New Junior CookBook. It's the perfect way to make it rewarding for the whole family.
Learn how to cook in 10 easy lessons, and become an expert in the kitchen in no time
In the Super Skills series, kids can master a new talent in 10 easy lessons How to Cook in 10 Easy Lessons is a comprehensive cookbook for aspiring young chefs that introduces children to the art of cooking and breaks it down to the basics in a fun and interactive way. Young chefs will learn key skills and practical techniques from a professional chef that will help them become experts in the kitchen in no time. Easy-to-follow recipes then help guide kids as they practice their newfound cooking skills. With an inviting format and step-by-step illustrations, this is the perfect book for kids to gain the confidence and skills necessary to learn how to cook themselves.
Part of DK's Children Just Like Me series, this book is a celebration of children around the world, the food they eat, and the meals they share, with 27 easy-to-follow recipes from a variety of countries--from Botswana to the USA.
Food Like Mine lets kids eat their way through an amazing variety of countries, including India, Sweden, and Mexico, and celebrate the traditions with children just like them along the way.
With 27 recipes from around the world, this book unites the traditional dishes eaten by children from diverse backgrounds using four staple ingredients: rice, wheat, corn, and potatoes. These easy-to-follow recipes allow young readers to experience the dishes--and other cultures--first-hand, from sushi and Indian rice pudding to pasta and chow mein.
Part of DK's groundbreaking series on children of the world, Food Like Mine shows that, even if people live thousands of miles apart and have different cultural traditions, our lives all share one common ingredient: food.
Miso in my sippy cup, tofu in my bowl From tekka maki to wasabi, tasty treats await young readers in this colorful, rhyming ode to Japanese cuisine. With pages full of tummy-tempting foods, the books in the World Snacks series are a delicious way to introduce even the littlest eaters to cuisines from all around the globe.
Kick off the holidays in the kitchen this year Here are kid-friendly projects including easy entres, sweet and savorynoshes, and fantastic crafts to display, wear, or give. Kids will love makingand then eatingcupcakes that look like Christmas ornaments and Snowballs in the Forest, creative little pizzas perfect for little hands. That special someone will be delighted to receive Santas Suds decorated soap or a candy-cane decorated gift tin. With these unique craft and snack ideas, the holidays will certainly be merry and bright.