Synopses & Reviews
A new collection of 50 healthful, fun recipes for parents and children ages 2 to 5 from andquot;celebrity chefsandquot; Elmo, Cookie Monster, Grover, and the beloved Sesame Street gang
Sesame Street has been entertaining and educating young children and their parents for 45 years with its irresistible, brightly colored andldquo;monsters.andrdquo; In recent years, Elmo,and#160;Cookie Monster, and the gang have appeared with chefs and on TV to teach kids about healthy eating.and#160;Studies have even shown that Elmo helps kids like broccoli. In April 2014, Michelle Obama announced a national andldquo;Eat Brighterandrdquo; campaign that will feature Sesame Street characters on food labels.
Sesame Street Letand#39;s Cook! furthers this new effort in cookbook form. It features a visual andldquo;ABCs of Healthyand#160;Foods,andrdquo;and#160;plus 50 simple, healthful recipes for breakfasts, main meals, and snacks. Thereandrsquo;s a color photo for every recipe, Kids!and#160;steps, nutrition tips, and clever sidebars that teach young children ages 2 to 5 skills such as counting, matching, learning the alphabet, and more. This is a fun, practical book to help parents and their kids make simple meals, enjoy time together in the kitchen, and learn about healthy eating.
- Written and designed to appeal to 5- to 12-year-old children who are just beginning to cook on their own, as well as those who have some cooking experience.
- 60 all-new delicious recipes that are age-appropriate, kid-tested and kid-tasted, from hearty breakfasts to healthy after school snacks and tasty treats. Recipes use short ingredients lists and easy step-by-step instructions, making them easy for kids to follow along and be more hands-on in the kitchen.
- Every recipe accompanied by fun, engaging full-color illustrations and recipe photos.
- Special features include cooking basics information that covers all the things kids need to know, such as kitchen safety, menu-planning, basic nutrition information, and how to read food labels.
An all-new edition of the perfect kids' cookbook—now more fun than ever!
Written and designed to appeal to kids ages 5 to 12, this all-new edition of the Better Homes and Gardens New Junior CookBook features 65 brand-new recipes that are simple to make and a blast to eat. Each recipe includes a photo of the dish and unique and lively illustrations of characters that tell a story to complement the dish.
All the recipes here are easy-to-follow and packed with helpful hints and fun ways for kids to put their own spin on them. With lots of easy-to-understand nutrition information, it's a great way to teach kids about healthy eating while getting them interested in cooking.
- 65 recipes include hearty breakfasts, lunches, and dinners as well as healthy snacks and treats
- Fun, engaging, full-color illustrations bring each recipe to life and grab kids' attention
- Special features cover cooking basics, kitchen safety, menu planning, basic nutrition information, and guidance on reading and understanding food labels
Teach your kids how to eat right and help out in the kitchen with the Better Homes and Gardens New Junior CookBook. It's the perfect way to make it rewarding for the whole family.
The latest cookbook in the successful Sesame Street series to help parents introduce children ages 2 to 5 to foods and cooking. Includes 50 simple recipes for healthy breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and treats.
In this must-have cookbook for the 8andndash;11 set, Betty Crocker makes cooking up-to-the minute and on-trend for todayandrsquo;s kids. Whether starting from scratch with the basics of measuring, kitchen safety, and nutrition or creating a full meal for the family, this cookbook is both teacher and creative outlet.
Whether starting from scratch with the basics of measuring and kitchen safety or creating a meal for the family, Betty Crocker Kids Cook is both teacher and creative outlet.
Betty Crocker has been helping kids in the kitchen since 1957 with the publication of Betty Crockerandrsquo;s Boys and Girls Cookbook. Betty CrockerKids Cook provides the same blend of teaching and creativity, helping todayandrsquo;s kids learn to cook and have fun at the same time. The book has 66 I-want-to-make-that recipes, plus engaging illustrations and photos of each recipe that blend whimsy and practicality. The book covers Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks, Dinner and Desserts as well as kitchen essentials, including cooking safety and nutrition basics.and#160;This is the book that will teach kids to feel comfortable in the kitchen, whether assembling a healthy snack like Strawberry-Orange Smoothies or whipping up a dinner of Impossibly Easy Mini Chicken Pot Pies with Fresh Fruit Frozen Yogurt Pops for dessert.
The perfect book to start kids cooking, with more than 60 recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and party food.
About the Author
SESAME WORKSHOP is the non-profit educational organization behind Sesame Street, the landmark television program that reaches millions of children every day in more than 150 countries. Delivered through a variety of platforms, Sesame Workshop develops research-based content - including television programs, books, games, mobile apps and community engagmeent initiatives - that supports early childhood learning, helps prepare children for school, and addresses developmental needs.
Since 2004, Sesame Workshop has led a Healthy Habits for Life campaign. Through episodes, products, and public service announcements, Big Bird, Elmo, Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby and other Sesame Street friends encourage kids to try healthy foods and exercise.
In March 2014, First Lady Michelle Obama announced a collaboration of Sesame Workshop, Produce Marketing Association (PMA), and the Partnership for a Healtheir America (PHA) in a two-year agreement to help promote fresh fruit and vegetable consumption to kids.
The Sesame Street social network continues to grow with over 17 million Facebook fans and 832K+ Twitter followers, plus an expanding presence on Tumblr, Instagram, Vine, and Pinterest.SUSAN MCQUILLAN is a nutritionist and food writer who has written extensively about healthy eating. She has contributed many articles and recipes to magazines such as Woman's Day, Family Circle, American Healthy, Prevention, and Cooking Light.