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Knack Healthy Snacks for Kids: Recipes for Nutritious Bites at Home or on the Go (Knack: Make It Easy)by Amy Wilensky
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Children love to snack, and fortunately, health experts now tell us that snacking is in many aspects an ideal way for humans to eat. And yet its not easy to keep track of what kids are eating! The answer: an easy-to-follow plan to make healthy snacking part of a familys diet. Enter Knack Healthy Snacks for Kids. With full-color photos and snack ideas throughout, it gives step-by-step information that also includes tips for meals-on-the go for kids from toddler age to teens. From fruit kabobs and gelatin jewels to pizza muffins and sweet potato fries, it is sure to leave even picky eaters asking for more.
350 full-color photos covering:
Fruits * Cheeses * Baked Goods * Dips & Spreads * Sandwiches * Salads * Drinks * Frozen Snacks * Quick Cooking * International * Nuts & Peanuts * Special Diets
Knack Healthy Snacks for Kids gives step-by-step information about snacks and snacking that also includes lunches and meals-on-the go for kids from toddler age to teens.
Children will snack, and fortunately health experts now tell us that snacking is in many ways an ideal way for humans to eat. But its not easy to keep track of what children are eating. A plan to make healthy snacking part of a familys diet is an answer. Knack Healthy Snacks for Kids gives step-by-step information about snacks and snacking that also includes lunches and meals-on-the go for kids from toddler age to teens. The 350 recipes and snack ideas include sandwich variations, baked goods, dips and spreads, snacks from around the world, snacks for those with special diets, and snacks for hungry teens.
About the Author
Amy Wilensky has been a restaurant reviewer for Time Out New York, written on food-related topics for Saveur magazine, and developed and tested recipes for chefs and cookbook authors. Her books include Passing for Normal, nominated for a National Book Award, and her articles have appeared in the New York Times and other leading publications.
Peter Ardito and Susan Byrnes, whose photography studio Ardito + Byrnes is in downtown Manhattan, produce food-related imagery for leading magazines and book publishers. Their work has appeared in Knack Indian Cooking. Visit them at arditobyrnes.com.
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