Pink Princess Cookbookby Barbara Beery
From Ariel to Sleeping Beauty and Princess Jasmine to Rapunzel, everyone has a favorite. Now every girl can be a princess and create magical fairy tale treats with the Pink Princess Cookbook (Hardcover with concealed spiral binding; Ages 3 and up; Oct 2006) by the Queen of Kids’ Cuisine Barbara Beery, founder of the Batter Up Kids Culinary Center! /b>/i>… See more details below
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From Ariel to Sleeping Beauty and Princess Jasmine to Rapunzel, everyone has a favorite. Now every girl can be a princess and create magical fairy tale treats with the Pink Princess Cookbook (Hardcover with concealed spiral binding; Ages 3 and up; Oct 2006) by the Queen of Kids’ Cuisine Barbara Beery, founder of the Batter Up Kids Culinary Center!
Budding princesses everywhere can rescue themselves from snack time boredom right from the kitchens of their very own castles, with special recipes that focus on the flavors and themes every princess will love. Perfect for tea parties, rainy days, themed birthday parties and other celebrations, or any creative afternoon playtime, the Pink Princess Cookbook features treats such as the signature Pink Princess Cake, Chocolate Chip-Peppermint Scones, Enchanted Unicorn Horns, and Fairy Berry Tea. These recipes are simple to make, have just a few ingredients, and teach children valuable kitchen skills while engaging their imaginations.
Expert cooking instructor and cookbook author Beery has created a book that will delight girls around the world, with sections including Perfect Princess Cakes and Cookies, Magical Princess Finger Foods, Fairy Princess Breads, Sweetest Princess Treats, and Sparkling Princess Drinks.
With full-color photography and step-by-step instructions throughout, Pink Princess Cookbook is a celebration of magic and a delightful new take on children’s cookbooks. Pink Princess Cookbook also comes with a hardcover, concealed spiral binding that lays perfectly flat on the countertop so even the smallest of cooks can work and clean around it in the kitchen. And with an easy-clean, wipe-off cover, spilt milk is no problem.
- Smith, Gibbs Publisher
- Publication date:
- Sold by:
- Barnes & Noble
- NOOK Book
- File size:
- 1 MB
- Age Range:
- 7 - 10 Years
Read an Excerpt
FAIRY BERRY TEA
Makes 4 cups
1/4 cup honey
2 mint-flavored tea bags
4 cups boiling water
1/2 cup fresh or frozen red raspberries
Powdered sugar and orange slices for garnish (optional)
Let's Get Cooking!
1. Place honey in a teapot; then add tea bags. Pour in boiling water. Cover and let steep for 5 minutes. Remove tea bags.
2. Pour hot tea into pretty tea cups and place 2 to 3 raspberries into each cup.
3. Add a small slice of orange and dust with a touch of powdered sugar if desired.
It's "berry" good!
Meet the Author
Barbara Beery combined her natural talents for cooking and teaching to create Batter Up Kids, a children's cooking school, in 1991. She has a bachelor's degree in elementary education from the University of Texas, and spent 13 years teaching 2nd and 3rd grades and pre-school children ages 3 to 5 years.
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My six-year-old daughter loves to choose her favorite recipe of the week and make it together. It's only right that a princess eat princess food.
I no i will love this book
My preteen loves to bake and this cookbook is a good one!
I purchased this for my then 2 year old daughter, she's three now. I didn't buy it for its nutritional value although there are a few good for you recipes in the book. I purchased it simply because my daughter loves to help me cook and she's loves princesses. I wanted a book that she could help me do most of the cooking. This is the book. She can do everything in the book even at 2. Many books I considered the parent must to most of the work. This book would be great for a princess party or a tea party. We haven't done that. I let her pick out a recipe, we go to the store to buy the ingredients, if we don't have them, and then we set out to cook. There is everything from drinks, to cake and fruit cups, and fairy wands. Its a perfect cookbook if you want your child to experience cooking without a lot of adult help. The only draw back is the cake on the cover. I had to explain that the crown didn't come with the cake or magically appear. But it could if I could find one where we live.
The Pink Princess Cookbook is a terrific cookbook for little girls, with recipes that will delight everyone. The emphasis is on finger foods and specialty treats. Each recipe is easy to follow and simply made from a few readily-available ingredients. Almost half the recipes include fresh fruit. All are very imaginative and will tempt even the fussiest eaters.
Each recipe includes a full color photo and just looking through this book is a treat - there are dragonflies made of pretzel sticks, ladybugs made of strawberries, and sandwiches that look like Valentine hearts.
This cookbook is fun - your little princess will enjoy the cooking and everyone will enjoy the eating.