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Cook It in a Cup! Quick Meals and Treats Kids Can Cook in Silicone Cups Unknown Binding
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Cook It in a Cup! -- This fresh take on kids-in-the-kitchen cookbooks comes with six colorful silicone baking cups that children can use to prepare all sorts of individually sized treats, from little lasagnas to tiny fruit tarts. The silicone cups are nonstick, easy to clean, and safe for ovens or microwaves. Featuring 29 healthy recipes, each with color photos and easy-to-follow instructions, this cookbook is baked to perfection for young chefs!
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- the recipes are unhealthy, full of sugar, white starch, and butter (a ridiculous amount of butter in the ice cream sandwiches)
- the recipes produce more than what can be cooked in the little cups, which leads to a lot of wasted ingredients and completely negates the purpose of the cups, as I have to pull out adult dishes so my child can finish the recipes,
- the recipes are not kid-friendly in that they are overly complicated for no apparent reason as they do not produce foods that are particularly tasty
I'll use the banana muffin recipe and the ice cream sandwich recipe as examples. The banana muffin recipe has a lot of ingredients and produces so much batter that you have to bake a set of muffins, let them cook and cool (20 minutes to cook, 5 minutes to cool per the directions) then bake another set. The muffins took longer than directions provided to cook, which means that my child was in the kitchen for almost two hours making the muffins, cooking the first batch, letting them cool, cooking the second batch.
As for the ice cream sandwiches, the parent has to help quite a bit because it requires that the cookies be crumbled and mixed with melted butter, then baked, then separately ice cream melted and then refrozen overnight, and in the end they just weren't anything special or unique. Very disappointing.
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