I requested a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was denied. I am reviewing the book anyway on Goodreads and Facebook. #yourloss :-)
I got it on Amazon as my job revolves around healthy food, researching food/recipes, food deserts, community kitchens (so, everything about food) AND literacy.
#callisto #callistomedia does not like me -- I am not holding it against them but it would be nice to review their books on #netgalley
From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸.
Cook up big fun with your little chef.
When your toddler’s curiosity for the kitchen is bigger than their little hands can handle—it’s time to put on an apron and open this book! Little Helpers Toddler Cookbook serves up everything you need to feed your budding chef’s interests with yummy-in-the-tummy recipes that you can make together.
Never cooked with your little one before? Little Helpers Toddler Cookbook makes choosing what you’ll fix as easy as 1, 2, 3 with recipes that are labeled by difficulty. Plus, you’ll also find tons of tips and guidance on how to keep the kitchen a safe space where lots of fun takes place.
Little Helpers Toddler Cookbook includes:
Meals you make (and eat!) together—Help your toddler discover tasty new foods—like Pumpkin French Toast Sticks and Chicken BLT Kebabs—with 40 healthy mealtime, snack, and dessert recipes. Easy-peasy instructions—This toddler cookbook highlights child-friendly steps, making it easy for you to know exactly how your toddler can help with every dish.Savoury foods, sweet memories—Each recipe includes space for you and your budding chef to record your experiences, making this toddler cookbook a wonderful keepsake of first cooking memories.
Inspire a lifetime of loving food and cooking (and make some lifelong memories, too) with Little Helpers Toddler Cookbook.
This is a great book with which to cook some really good food and involve the kids and grandkids in the preparation. They say that if the kids are involved n the process that they are more likely to eat what shows up on their plate: these foods would be yummy for the adults as well. (I have a VERY PICKY 64-year-old husband who eats like a toddler so some of these recipes will be used on him, trust me as I am sick of making spaghetti and meatballs and boxed (BOXED!!!) Kraft Dinner/KD (that is Kraft Macaroni and Cheese to everyone who is not a Canadian!)
I love this book and am buying a copy for a dear friend to cook with her kids as a result of reading this via Kindle Unlimited.
As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis (outside of their incessant use by Millennials on Instagram and Twitter) so let's give it 👶👶👶👶👶