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The Tater Tot Casserole Cookbook: Great Casserole Recipes with Bonus Dessert Recipes Kindle Edition
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|Age Level: 10 - 18|
|Grade Level: 5 - 12|
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A surprise was that about 10 recipes are for desserts (they don't include tater tots). I was expecting 40 tater tot recipes, but I guess 'yummy' recipes don't have to be tater tot recipes even in a tater tot cookbook.
There are no photos in the book, however that is common with many Kindle cookbooks.
The book was co-authored (given credit in About the Authors, but not on the cover page) by a 15 year old family friend. I liked that, and it reminded me while reviewing that the cookbook could be used and recipes enjoyed by the whole family.
McLoughlin has a funny way of writing as she includes a bit of humor when writing:
"One night while trying to fall asleep, my husband and i came up with some goofy names for the classic tater tot.
If you want to learn some of the other cute names they came up with you'll have to buy the book.
Some of the recipes you'll find in her cookbook include:
Some dessert recipes included in her cookbook include:
Heavenly Sinful Bars
You will find an interactive table of contents making navigation easy.
Remember eating these as a child and thought maybe with healthier things included we could eat these in our golden years.
Each recipe comes with ingredient list and how to make it, no pictures and no nutritional information.
Cans of creamed soup really kills it for us to be able to enjoy these dishes.
And problem is the tater tots are already made-you buy them frozen. Was thinking this was a book in how to make them-using healthier ingredients.
To me, these are just meals with 2 lbs of tater tots, sometimes turkey, sometimes hamburger, etc.
The recipes are so unique - and normally I read recipes and think "I've tried that" or at least tried something similar. But these are all different and ideas that never occurred to me. There are all kinds of option - turkey, chicken, breakfast, green bean, mexican, seafood, ham, italian, cheeseburger and even buffalo bleu cheese chicken among others. If you want a more healthy option - gluten free or dairy free. These are a fun and easy twist on meals for people who enjoy "meat and potatoes".
Each recipe is easy to make and really all you need to know is click to download your copy and buy a really big bag of tater tots so you can try out some recipes :)
PS - There are also scrumptious sounding dessert recipes in the back of the book - looking forward to trying those out too :)