Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - Princess Party Cookbook

Monday, October 25, 2010

Book Review - Princess Party Cookbook

About the Book
Every little girl dreams of being a princess… and there’s nothing a princess likes more than throwing a party!  Annabel’s enchanting new book allows you to indulge the princess in your little girl with more than 100 specially created recipes and ideas designed to feed her imagination and encourage her participation in the kitchen.  Whether she yearns for a Fairytale Feast, a Movie Star Sleepover, an Easter egg hunt or a Christmas Wonderland, help is at hand with the recipes and tips in this stunning book.

From flower-shaped sandwiches and rice krispie hearts, to emerald pizza, ruby-glazed chicken and jeweled jellies, these are magical, delicious dishes fit for a princess’s banquet.  Annabel has created inspiring recipes to celebrate any occasion in any season with snowflake cupcakes at Christmas, Fairy broomsticks for Halloween, tropical smoothies for the beach and beautiful ideas for the all important centerpiece cake. With nine themes to choose from including, Make Up and Jewellery, Princess Soda Fountain, Princess Beach Babe, The Princess and the Pea and Christmas Angels there’s something to please every girl.

My Take on the Book
This book is flled with anything and evenrything that you could think of to frill up and transform any party into one that is made for a princess. Being a father of two divas who love all things princess, this book seemed to fit right into the Divadom. I was expecting to find recipes, but was surprised to fid that this book also includes so much more incuding invitations, favors, place cards, games and party activities – in this case, mini-makeovers.
Some of the recipes seemed easy enough to follow, while others looked a little daunting, at least from first glance. Though in aying this, I will say that I did try out a few of them and they were not as bad as I would have first imagined. lder kids could even make recipes themselves. Younger divas like my own, will definitely need a little help from their servants!

There are some great photos that acompany the book, and I could only wish that more of the recipes would have been shown in the images, as it seemed that only about half were included.

Otherwise though a great book for the parent of the would-be princess or the diva-want-to-be. You can truly transform a small gathering into a royal gala with this book.

If this book sounds like one that you would ike in your own home you can find it on Amazon!

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