Lisa Atwood has worked as a food writer for Sunset Books, an editor and publisher for Williams-Sonoma cookbooks, and a children's cooking instructor, and is the author of Parenting magazine's Love in Spoonfuls and Williams-Sonoma Kids Parties. She lives in the wine country town of Sonoma with her husband and three children.
Williams-Sonoma The Cookbook for Kids: Great Recipes for Kids Who Love to Cookby Lisa Atwood
Packed with more than 60 yummy recipes for easy-to-make treats, from crepes and cookies to fish tacos and nachos, Williams-Sonoma Cooking for Kids makes cooking loads of fun! This book features gorgeous photography and colorful illustrations in a fun, uncomplicated book/i>
Easy and compelling recipes for kids and parents to enjoy as they spend time together.
Packed with more than 60 yummy recipes for easy-to-make treats, from crepes and cookies to fish tacos and nachos, Williams-Sonoma Cooking for Kids makes cooking loads of fun! This book features gorgeous photography and colorful illustrations in a fun, uncomplicated book that kids and parents are sure to love. Kids will love dishes like cinnamon-swirl French toast for breakfast, or granola bars for after-school snacks. Lots of colorful illustrations and fun facts ensure they will have a blast whipping up their own creations in the kitchen. Delicious and simple, the recipes inspire creativity while teaching the basics of healthy eating and giving kids skills they can use throughout their lives.
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- 8.38(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.72(d)
- Age Range:
- 8 - 12 Years
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I expected simple to follow recipes - not the case. Also limited number of pictures - not a picture for each dish.
My daughter was excited to buy this book and try her hand at cooking for her school project. The first two which were a peanut butter cookie and a chocolate sauce were great. The second two were completely wrong and untested. I knew that the buttermilk pancake recipe was not going to work based on the ratio of measurements (2.5 cups of buttermilk to 1 cup of flour) but we tried it as her school project required this. They were inedible. The second was a butterscotch sauce. It turned out tasting good but was the recipe described would happen. The butter and brown sugar were supposed to turn bubbly and syrupy and instead was as dense as wet sand. We completed the recipe and it still came out tasty, but it was not as described.
So far my daughter (6 years old) and I have tried 5 recipes. While I thought they tasted good, my daughter didn't care for any of them. I think the recipes might be a little too grown up for a child's palate.