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I would love to have a couple with snacks or other healthy food they could prepare themselves.
I'll do 2 for 1 on my books, PM me if you are interested.
I have several reading textbooks with lots of good reading in each of them.
I asked my 13-year-old daughter if she had a favorite cookbook, and she said "I don't use cookbooks." (Of course--she doesn't cook much, either....) :)
However, we do have a few tried-and-true healthy snack recipes that she makes herself. Until you find the perfect cookbook, I'll pass these on:
I'm looking forward to any cookbook ideas posted; I'm always trying to expand my daughter's repertoire. Since my daughter is a swimmer, I've been planning to find sports nutrition information for part of her "health class." I think that she'll be more motivated to eat well when she can see how it will make her a better athlete.
How about these:
Cooking Outside the Pizza Box: Easy Recipes for Today's College Student (Spiral-bound)
The Teen's Vegetarian Cookbook
I don't think any of them are available here but maybe you could try your library.
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im not sure of a specific cookbook. i usually make fruit smoothies for snack. my 2 favorites are
strawberry-pineapple: one container of non-fat plain yogurt (or strawberry if you prefer), a handful of fresh or frozen strawberries and some pineapple (fresh tastes best, but canned or frozen are good too) to taste, 3 ice cubes
blueberry-banana: one container of non-fat plain yogurt, one cup frozen or fresh blueberries, and a half to whole banana (personal preference) chopped, 3 ice cubes
It's not available on PBS, but it's a cookbook written by a teen.
Cooking up a Storm: The Teen Survival Book and another is
A website that's alot of fun, not necessarily teen and has videos to watch Spatulatta
Here's a great list of web resources too... Cooking