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5 Cookbooks Your Kids Will Love

Growing up I was a picky eater which is funny to look back on since I now love most foods, there are a few I still avoid such as liver. Kids can be really tough to please with food and not all are adventurous eaters. One of the best ways I have seen my family and friends get their kids to eat different things is to include them in the cooking and baking. Below are five cookbooks that your kids will love (and adults too), plus a lot of the recipes in these cookbooks are easy enough that your kids can cook with you. Hope these help you please your picky eaters. 

1. 100 Cookies: The Baking Book for Every Kitchen, with Classic Cookies, Novel Treats, Brownies, Bars, and More
I personally haven’t met a kid yet that didn’t love cookies. This cookbook offers so many different types of cookies and treats that kids will be able to pick their favorite ones. The recipes are really detailed, with simple steps making it easy for your kids to help. Click here to check out my full review of 100 Cookies: The Baking Book for Every Kitchen, with Classic Cookies, Novel Treats, Brownies, Bars, and More
 

2. How-To Cookbook for Kids: 50 Easy Recipes to Learn the Basics
One of the best cookbooks I’ve reviewed in the last few years is How-To Cookbook for Kids: 50 Easy Recipes to Learn the Basics. It is easy to read and teaches great techniques that are necessary to learn to cook. I love it for kids (and adults that are learning to cook too). To read my full review of How-To Cookbook for Kids: 50 Easy Recipes to Learn the Basics click here. 
 

3. Jurassic World: The Official Cookbook
What kid doesn’t love dinosaurs? I know that my nephew is obsessed with them and even though he is too young to watch Jurassic World these recipes speak to all dinosaur lovers. Fun shapes and tasty recipes makes you want to find your inner dinosaur lover. Full review coming soon. 
 

4. Peanuts Lunch Bag Cookbook: 50+ Packable Snacks, Sandwiches, Tasty Treats & More
Peanuts has always been one of my favorite cartoons. The recipes in this cookbook are fun, easy to make and nutritious. Kids of all ages will enjoy making recipes such as playground sliders and cheesy hockey sticks. 
 

5. The Ultimate Meal Prep CookbookThe Unofficial Hogwarts for the Holidays Cookbook: Pumpkin Pasties, Treacle Tart, and Many More Spellbinding Treats
I love all of the Harry Potter novels and movies. Most of the kids I know love Harry Potter too! This cookbook offers a wide variety of recipes for kids and some just for the adults (such as liquid luck). It’s a great cookbook to have on your shelf. Click here to read my full review of The Unofficial Hogwarts for the Holidays Cookbook: Pumpkin Pasties, Treacle Tart, and Many More Spellbinding Treats.
 

Finding recipes that your kids will love doesn’t have to be so time consuming when you have the cookbooks above. These will give you plenty of recipes to choose from that will please even the pickets eaters. Plus you can have them cook with you and they may even try some new foods!

Let me know which cookbook you try first and which recipes you love. 

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