NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER!110+ delicious recipes Fun food trivia A visual recipe index with a photo of every recipeChoose-your-own adventure recipes (such as design-your-own Whoopie Pies and Banana Bread) Crowd-pleasers like Red Velvet Brownies, Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies, Mini PB & Chocolate Cupcakes, Chocolate Candy Bar Layer Cake, and more! Fun food crafts such as cookie puzzle pieces and DIY sprinklesAmazing fake-out cakes including spaghetti and meatballs, a taco, and a pineapple Bonus food-themed activity pages with word scrambles, spot-the-difference photo games, and moreLay-flat binding and a heavy paper stock that will stand up to frequent use
The ultimate kids' cookbook for beginner bakers, from the editors of America's #1 food magazine and bestselling authors of The Big, Fun Kids Cookbook.
This collection is packed with tons of recipes for easy sweets and treats, designed with young cooks in mind and triple tested by the chefs in Food Network Kitchen. Kids will get all the info they need to make their favorite desserts: muffins and quick breads, brownies and bars, cookies, cupcakes, sheet cakes, and more. The recipes are simple to follow and totally foolproof, and each one comes with a color photo and pro tips to help junior chefs get started in the kitchen.
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Food Network Magazine is the #1 selling magazine at newsstands in America across all magazines. It has 13.55 million readers every month--more than for any other food or lifestyle magazine. The magazine is every food lover's essential handbook: a monthly supply of expert advice, inspiring ideas and must-try recipes. The magazine's bright, lively design captures the energy of Food Network, while story after story reminds readers that food is fun, and that anyone--of any age--can cook like a star.
Maile Carpenter is the founding editor in chief of Food Network Magazine, the best-selling monthly magazine in the U.S., and The Pioneer Woman Magazine, a new magazine launched in 2017 with cookbook author, Food Network star and social-media phenom Ree Drummond. Maile is an expert in kids baking--she has two daughters who love experimenting in the kitchen and they've recently launched the Food Network Magazine Kids Cooking Club on Youtube.
“This book is a must-have for all the bakers out there! It’s filled with so many fun ideas, tasty recipes and my favorite—tons of sprinkles!” —Natasha Jiwani, Food Network’s Kids Baking Championship Winner Season 5
“I love it when cookbooks are created just for kids! ‘Adult’ cookbooks can be intimidating, and kids may be nervous to start baking, but this book allows them to jump in and be creative.” —Trevin Alford, Food Network’s Kids Baking Championship Winner Season 7
“Y’all, go try out some of these new recipes and make sure to share your treats with friends! These desserts are great for any occasion!” —Graysen Pinder, Food Network’s Kids Baking Championship Winner Season 8
“The clean, colorful graphics and easy-to-flip spiral binding are clearly designed with beginner skills and small hands in mind. But many of the recipes include flavors sophisticated enough to appeal to their sweet-toothed elders as well, such as Cherry-Pistachio Muffins, Tres Leches Cake with Mango, and the hard-to-stop-eating Triple Chocolate-Hazelnut Cookies....To ramp up the fun, there are instructions for creating new frosting colors, for dipping cupcakes in chocolate shell topping and decorating with colored sprinkles to resemble an ice cream cone, and making an edible jigsaw puzzle of sugar cookies. Trivia tidbits, culinary-themed guessing games, and pop quizzes throughout keep the brain busy while waiting for the timer to go off.”—Susan Puckett, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“Tempting photos and clean layouts draw readers into the book....VERDICT Recommended for purchase. This title would be great for families who bake as a hobby, or for a scout troop to use for projects.” —School Library Journal
“[It includes] fun foods like a Jenga set made of blondies, and even fake-out cakes—desserts made to look like spaghetti and meatballs or a grilled cheese sandwich (complete with an ooey, gooey pudding filling that looks like melty cheese). Tidbits of food trivia and kitchen tips are mixed in, too, along with a word search and other games.”—Mary Bilyeu, The Blade (Toledo)