Saturday, April 25, 2015
Book Review - Dad's Book Of Awesome Recipes
About the Book
It's time for serious kitchen fun!
Sweet, buttery Cinnamon Raisin Fresh Toast Sticks. Crispy, crunchy Bottom-of-the-Bucket Drumsticks. Ooey-gooey Microwave S'mores. Whether your kids have been preparing their own lunches for years or are just starting out in the kitchen, Dad's Book of Awesome Recipes is your all-in-one guide to helping them create tasty meals your whole family will devour. From PB&J Bites and Veggie Rolls to Pasta alla Carbonara and Cheesy Rice–Stuffed Tomatoes, this cookbook offers step-by-step instructions for concocting a variety of yummy dishes that are perfect for snacktime, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Bursting with 100+ kid-friendly recipes, each page helps you inspire your little chef to take the lead in the kitchen and make culinary creations of their own.
Complete with advice on teaching them cooking basics, Dad's Book of Awesome Recipes encourages you and your kids to unleash your creativity as you whip up tasty meals in one of the most fun rooms in the house!
My Take on the Book
What I loved about this book was how easy it was to follow and how delicious the outcome was for all of the items that we have tried thus far. The book is filled with great pictures which make it easy to see the end result. I also appreciated that most of the ingredients in the book were ones that I already had in the house (for the most part). The names of the recipes were memorable and there were some great twists on ones you may have made in the past that will make them instant favorites for the kids (at least that did in my house).
The author has a way of making cooking fun and you can tell that these recipes were included with the family in mind. Best of all, these are recipes that you can make with your kids. I had a blast with my own daughters whipping up some of the pancakes and while we may have made a mess, we had fun doing it and they tasted great! Great times and a great book!
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