Kids Can Cook: Vegetarian Recipes Kitchen-Tested by Kids for Kids

This is the perfect book for kids who want to try their hand at creating their own tasty meatless dishes, and for parents who want recipes that are nutritious and easy to prepare. Drawn from children’s cooking classes given by the author, these recipes are kitchen tested by kids for kids. As a bonus, Suzanne

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This is the perfect book for kids who want to try their hand at creating their own tasty meatless dishes, and for parents who want recipes that are nutritious and easy to prepare. Drawn from children’s cooking classes given by the author, these recipes are kitchen tested by kids for kids. As a bonus, Suzanne Havala, R.D., nutrition advisor to The Vegetarian Resource Group, has written a section for parents on how to be sure their child’s vegetarian diet is healthy.

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K. Fournier says:

Good for BIGGER kids too! I’ll let you in on a secret- I am 29 and I love this book! I have no patience for cooking, becoming frustrated at recipes that call for too many ingredients and too many steps. That’s why this book is perfect for me! The recipes are simple, no fancy ingredients, no time consuming steps, yet the results are delicious. I cooked up the Cinnamon Rolls the other day and my friend thought that they were store-bought. They were so easy to make yet so good. If you are a big kid who doesn’t like…

Anonymous says:

Great book for young chefs! This is the perfect book for older vegetarian kids who want to try their hand in the kitchen. And its forward by dietitian and author Suzanne Havala is a simple, reassuring guide, especially for non-vegetarian parents who have concerns about their independently vegetarian children or teens. For more than ten years, the author of Kids Can Cook Vegetarian Recipes, Dorothy R. Bates, has been hosting Friday afternoon cooking sessions for the teens from the Farm School near where she lives. You…

A. Mozzini says:

Not for Inexperienced Cooks My son received this book as a gift a couple of years ago and was eager to start cooking. Now 16, he still flips through it now and then looking for new recipes to try. Unfortunately, the many errors in the quantities and directions have resulted in as many inedible failures as they have dishes we could actually eat. 

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