50 Recipes for Kids to Cook: Tasty Food to Make Yourself Shown in Step-by-step Pictures
This book features tasty food to make yourself shown in step-by-step pictures. It offers fun food - snacks, meals, desserts, cakes and drinks - for kids aged 8-12, both to make themselves and cook with adult guidance. You can make your own nifty nibbles, create a feast for your friends, mix up some monster muffins, or whizz up a lip-smackingly delicious drink. It includes clear step-by-step photographs of the techniques for every recipe, tips and hints, information about tools and equipment, and an A-Z of cooking terms used in the book. It is exciting to eat a dish you've cooked yourself, and in this book, you will find lots of tempting recipes to try: easy-peasy Tasty Toasts, Chilli Cheese Nachos, Chunky Choc Bars, or a tropical fruit salad are just a few of the delights on offer. When you are ready to try trickier treats you'll find lots of snacks, biscuits and cakes to make. Every recipe is illustrated with clear step-by-step photographs and safe, easy-to-follow instructions. Basic cooking techniques are shown in many recipes, so after making a few of the dishes, you will have learned lots of useful skills. There's a guide to cooking terms, so you will be able to understand the recipes and techniques, safety tips for working in the kitchen, plus useful tips and helpful hints throughout. With its wide range of simple recipes, easy-to-read style and practical approach, this book will provide hours of creative fun.
Judy Williams is a freelance writer, food stylist and home economist. She originally trained as a teacher and taught junior school-age children, and has been a regular contributor to women's magazines, writing about cookery, crafts and children.