I was lucky enough to receive a copy of The Ultimate Kids Cookbook to review, written by Tiffany Dahle, the blogger behind Peanut Blossom. Ironically enough, my daughter’s been asking for a cookbook for a while now so this could not have come at a better time. I can honestly say, mommy and daughter are both very happy with this book and all the easy and family-friendly recipes it includes.
The Ultimate Kids Cookbook includes 75 recipes that will inspire young kids to feed their families real food everyone will enjoy. The book is written for kids, but if you have little ones like me, adult help is needed and it’s a great way to get your kids involved in the kitchen. The book includes a note for the kids and tips and tricks to help them get started. Each recipe can be made in one pot or one cooking vessel (crock pot, baking dish, etc..), which means minimal cleanup is needed. Insert all the praise hand emojis. This is exactly the cookbook needed to help build confidence and independence as kids learn how to cook and eat healthy and delicious meals.
My daughter picked out the Better Than Buttered Noodles to try out and review. Buttered noodles are a classic among many kids but here we spiced things up by adding in protein, veggies and spices. My daughter picked out the add- ins (including the veggies she would eat) and the whole family was happy with this one-pot simple and easy meal.
I have my cookbook book marked and ready for more recipes to try. A few of those are the Crustless Chicken Potpie, Cozy Country Potato Pie, Parmesan Gnocchi, and the Potsticker Stir Fry, just to name a few.
If your looking to get your kids involved in the kitchen, or your simply a beginner chef and don’t know where to begin, then this is the book for you. It’s simple and straightforward and proof that cooking can be fun. You can purchase your copy of the The Ultimate Kids Cookbook at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, IndieBound, and book Depository.