Tasty recipes and practical kitchen knowhow for children aged 0 to 100. So get your apron on, let all hungry children loose in the kitchen and let pans simmer with the joy of cooking.Boiling soup can be an adventure and making pancakes can be a party. But it's actually more than that. Learning to cook is both enlightening and essential.Cooking with your children is a wonderful way to spend more time together.The paper for this book comes from sustainable forestry and is printed with vegetable printing inks. Everything to give you as much inspiration as possible ― with the least possible environmental impact.Hardcover book, 104 pages. Designed by Anna Viktorsson, written by Sophie Holmqvist and pictures taken by Oskar Falck.
Hard cover:Solid cardboard, Paper, Chlorine free bleached paper
Bookmark/ Body:Paper, Chlorine free bleached paper
Width: 8 "Height: ½ "Length: 10 ½ "Weight: 1 lb 3 ozPackage(s): 1
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Bought for baby recipes. GaveKittyBought for baby recipes. Gave one to my daughter. Nice cover to cover.4
Gma59Purchased as a gift for my 4 1/2 year old granddaughter who already loves to cook. The recipes appear to be easy for her to make.5
A1OneAmazing Spanish language cookbook in a Swedish store5
Beautiful but Misses the MarkmdotdeniseThis is a beautiful cookbook. I especially liked the section on introducing new tastes to babies and would have loved having it when my daughter was younger. I also found the overviews on techniques for budding chefs engaging. What I didn’t like was that the measurements are in metric units and aren’t consistent with what I expect from a cookbook. Some things are given in grams but others are given in milliliters even though they'd be easier to measure in grams (e.g., flour and sugar). The oven temps are in degrees Celsius. My 8-year-old and I tried one of the recipes and it went so poorly that she decided that she didn’t want to try another one, the exact opposite of the outcome I was hoping for when I bought this book. I understand that IKEA is an international company, but some sort of conversion chart for those of us still using imperial units would have been helpful.2
fivecentJust be careful when you buy this book. All the measurements are in grams. Unfortunately most of us do not have kitchen scales.3
Very Colorfulmnmx27The book is wonderful! I read it to my son (3.5 months) as if it were a storybook. It really grabs his attention with all the colors inside. I can’t wait to make the recipes inside the book with him!5