Thursday, February 5, 2015
Colorful Cooking by Jacque Wick
Young children usually are curious about what their parent is doing in the kitchen. With this cookbook, an adult can help turn the kitchen into a fun classroom where kids can learn about nutritious food and how colorful it can be. I love how the recipes are so easy for kids to put together! It's also nice that they center around healthy combinations of fruits and vegetables, though there are plenty of ideas for creative desserts too! I think my favorite recipes would be the sweet potato fries and colorful waffle quesadilla, though the apple crisp cups are fun also. Another thing I love is the introduction, with tips on kitchen safety.
Two thumbs up!
I received a copy of this book from Cedar Fort in exchange for my honest review.
Posted by Inklings and Notions at 7:06 PM
Labels: cedar fort, cooking, review
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I love the cover!ReplyDelete
Isn't the cover fun? The whole book is fun.:)Delete