Friday, April 30, 2010

Tip of the Day April 30

Here is a recap of all the books reviewed this month. I have placed them in rough order of like. The ones I enjoy more are near the top; toward the bottom are books I would not recommend purchasing. There were a few days I reviewed websites so not all will be books.

  1. Cooking Rocks! Rachael Ray 30-Minute Meals for Kids
  2. Williams Sonoma Kids Baking
  3. Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book (Better Homes & Gardens Plaid)
  4. New Junior Cookbook (Better Homes & Gardens Cooking)
  5. 30 Healthy Things to Cook and Eat (Cooking Cards)
  6. A Year of Slow Cooking
  7. The Healthy Baby Meal Planner: Mom-Tested, Child-Approved Recipes for Your Baby and Toddler
  8. Cool Sweets & Treats to Eat: Easy Recipes for Kids to Cook (Cool Cooking)
  9. Cooking Light Cook's Essential Recipe Collection: Slow Cooker: 57 essential recipes to eat smart, be fit, live well (the Cooking Light.cook's ESSENTIAL RECIPE COLLECTION)
  10. Salad People and More Real Recipes: A New Cookbook for Preschoolers and Up
  11. Healthy Cooking for Kids: Building Blocks for a Lifetime of Good Nutrition
  12. Everyday With Rachael Ray
  14. The New Moosewood Cookbook (Mollie Katzen's Classic Cooking)
  15. Sesame Street Yummy Cookies: Baking with Kids
  16. Starting Cooking (First Skills)
  17. Whole Foods for the Whole Family Cookbook
  18. Kids Can Cook: Vegetarian Recipes
  19. Hey Kids! You're Cookin' Now! A Global Awareness Cooking Adventure
  20. The Complete Tightwad Gazette
  21. Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food
  22. The Complete Bread Machine Bakery Book
  23. The Healthy Body Cookbook: Over 50 Fun Activities and Delicious Recipes for Kids
  24. The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Children's Cookbook
  25. Food Processor Bread Cookbook (Fireside Books (Holiday House))
  26. Breakfast Blast (Kid Power)
  27. Kids' First Cookbook
  28. Kids Cookbook
  29. Kitchen Playdates: Easy Ideas for Entertaining That Includes the Kids ** 70 Delicious Recipes
They all have something you can use but some are better to borrow or check out of the library. After I finished this month of tips a friend lent us some other really great books. It seems there is an endless supply of cookbooks for children. We are going to keep after it and find  a collection of good recipes to use.

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