Kids ages 4 to 8 will get a kick out of making 50 easy recipes while learning kitchen basics and having fun in the kitchen!
It’s never too soon to get cooking. So, tie on that apron and get ready for some recipe fun! Kiddo cooks will learn all about basic kitchen skills while making these tried and true—and don’t forget delicious!—dishes from Good Housekeeping. From Ooey-Gooey Glazed Cinnamon Rolls for breakfast, Traffic-Stopping Sandwiches for lunch, Totally Twisted Pasta with Cherry Tomato Sauce for dinner, and Ice Cream Cake Pops for dessert, young chefs will discover the fun and satisfaction of making their own food.
Inside this beginner's cookbook, your budding chef will find:
Easy-to-read recipes that speak directly to kids (not down to them), and show them just what to do (while letting parents know how they can help, too!)
Test Kitchen avatars (the Good Housekeeping kitchen testers are shown as cartoon characters!), photos, and step-by-step instructions teach kids about the recipes and basic techniques, like cracking eggs and juicing citrus.
The down-low on using common kitchen equipment, fun, cool facts about kids’ favorite ingredients, advice on whenever a grown up’s help is needed, and tips and sidebars to make sure kids get everything they need to succeed.
These no-fail, Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen tested-til-perfect recipes are sure to build kids’ confidence as they learn to make really tasty food for themselves and their families. With colorful photographs and easy-to-read recipes and helpful advice on every page, this cookbook will guide kids through their first culinary adventures. Bon voyage and bon appétit!
About the Author
Good Housekeeping is a leading lifestyle media brand inspiring a monthly audience of 58M readers--including 6M followers on social media.
Kate Merker is the Chief Food Director and oversees the food content appearing in several of Hearst's top titles, including Good Housekeeping. After attending Yale University, she graduated first in her class at the Culinary Institute of America. Her weekends are filled with adventures with her two young children in Brooklyn.