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Pillsbury Kids Cookbook: Food Fun for Boys and Girls (Pillsbury Cooking) Spiral-bound – August 29, 2005
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Bunny Rabbit Pancakes? Hot Diggity Dog Pizza Boats? Jiggly Fruit Salad? Now you can make them alland lots more! This fun and friendly cookbook is bursting with great eats everybody will love, plus all the basic how-to's and tips every young cook needs.
Rise and shine breakfasts fruity favorites and fresh-baked treats
A bunch of great lunches fingerlicking sandwiches and more
Scrumptious suppers and sides dinners that will "wow" your parents
Tasty tidbits and snacktime bites perfect for weekends or after school
Festive party food including Halloween, afternoon tea and slumber parties
Awesome desserts super sweets like Night Crawler Cupcakes and Frozen Brownie Sundaes
Easy-cooking features "Tools You Need" list for each recipe; clear how-to instructions; color photo of each recipe; "Adult Helper" icons; safety information and more
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It's a very nice cookbook, but if you are looking for a cookbook to make items with your kids, well, this isn't it, unless your kids are a bit older. It's not as kid's hands-on friendly as the Everything Kid's Cookbook or Mom and Me (read my review). And I found that by and large, although the recipes have a lot of kid appeal, I would feel terrible about cooking out of it regularly because there's not a lot of health-conscious fare here--most have almost as much calories per serving than a Happy Meal (810, for a hamburger--cheeseburgers and chicken nuggets are higher). And you know kids--if they're like mine, will eat more than one "serving".
It does contain a breakdown of the contents though, something that is missing in a lot of cookbooks, much less kids cookbooks. I mean, hey, I'd love to have "S'Mores Hot Cereal" in the morning, but is that really something you want to introduce to your kids? Oh my goodness they'll want it morning, noon and night at a gazillion calories a serving. Granted, there are times when every mom calorie splurges at least one night a week for the family dinner and other meals as well, but I didn't see a single serving that was less than 280 calories, with most around 550+ and some as high as 600! For everyday cooking with an eye to calorie glut, I recommend getting the Kid's Favorites Made Healthy by BG & H.Read more ›
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I got this for my grandson-looks like a lot of fun and healthy recipes to keep him interested in his food!Published 22 months ago by denver grandma
My daughter's favorite book...She used to bring it home from the library ALL the time. So I decided to get her a copy of her own. Read morePublished on July 4, 2013 by teri abrams
This is a Great Kids Cookbook from Pillsbury. There are things that children can make and enjoy as well as adults too.
It shipped quickly and I received it fast. Read more
I bought this book for my granddaughter and she love it. She is learning to make dishes that she like and experience new ones. Read morePublished on November 23, 2012 by plee
Don't be fooled, this is not a cookbook filled with recipes for children to make. Instead, this is a collection of fun dishes that an adult can make that will please children. Read morePublished on November 5, 2012 by The Reviewer Formerly Known as Kurt Johnson
I was very disappointed. It's not really a cookbook but more of a guide on combining processed foods. Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by Amy E. Scott-runnels