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The Toddler Cookbook
The Toddler Cookbook
Author: Annabel Karmel
From acclaimed author Annabel Karmel, The Toddler Cookbook is the perfect kitchen primer for little chefs. Easy recipes for a wide variety of dishes, from lettuce wraps to crunchy chicken dippers, allow lots of opportunities for toddlers to lend Mom or Dad a hand as they whip up lots of new flavors-and lots of fun.
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ISBN-13: 9780756635053
ISBN-10: 0756635055
Publication Date: 2/4/2008
Pages: 48
Reading Level: Ages 4-8
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Publisher: DK CHILDREN
Book Type: Hardcover
Members Wishing: 0
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Helpful Score: 2
The title of the book is a bit misleading as this is geared more for preschoolers (4+) due to the level of difficulty of the recipes.

There is a wide assortment of recipes including: caesar salad (no eggs), bread rolls, pita pizzas, (roasted) cherry tomato sauce, chicken dippers, chicken satay, almond fishcakes, corn quesadillas. For desserts: multicolored meringues, tropical ice pops, mini banana muffins, peanut butter rice krispi bears, oat bars, butter cookies, fruit plate with dips (on artist palette, very original), mini lemon cheesecakes (made with yogurt, heavy cream and no eggs) and lemonade. There's also an interesting section on how to organize a cooking party.

Also a plus, a picture glossary of the equipment children will need to cook plus the ingredients they will need. Beautiful layout, clear instructions, and it's food that could be served to grownups as well.

Parents be advised, some instructions are questionable, such as grating cheese on a box grater (ask an adult to help in tiny letters) and a child holding on to a hand mixer her moms is using (eer, no way). This is a British cookbook adapted for the US so you'll find US standard measures, as well as metric (weight) and temperatures in Fahrenheit / Celsius (can be confusing to a child).

This is an excellent cookbook although parent supervision is advised for some recipes.
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