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Better Homes and Gardens: Silly Snacks - Book Review

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by Leiann Lynn Rose Spontaneo (subscribe)
Studied Political Science at Duquesne University. Highest Honors Graduate in Fitness and Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute. Self-Taught Cook. Self-Taught Make-Up Artist. Loves Her Loved Ones. Frugal Gal.
Published March 5th 2021
A respectable cookbook publisher helping children cook
Better Homes and Gardens: Silly Snacks, by Better Homes and Gardens, a respected publisher of delicious recipes, is reviewed here for your interest in children's cooking.

The recipes range from categories such as From Super Simple, For The Wild West, Abracadabra, Get Out Of Town, Down On The Farm, Blast Off Into Space, Spooky Foods and Celebrate The Seasons.

children's cookbook

Such recipes are highlighted, such as:

Make Taco Circles by spreading some salsa on a rice cake and melting some cheese on them.

Prepare Blaze-A-Trail Mix by combining honey graham cereal, marshmallows, peanuts, semi-sweet chocolate pieces and raisins.

Fix Magic Brew with vanilla yogurt, orange juice and orange soda.

Smoothie Sailing requires bananas, canned crushed pineapple, vanilla yogurt, and orange juice.

Moo Juices are vanilla, chocolate or strawberry frozen yogurt or ice cream and milk.

Shooting Stars require lemon-lime cola, unflavored gelatin, frozen orange juice or lemonade concentrate and decorative candies if you like.

Then, Witch's Warts are made with hot dogs and toppings, such as onion, mustard, ketchup, shredded cheese and green bell pepper.

Melting Snowflakes takes tortilla wraps, shredded cheddar cheese and salsa (optional).

This cookbook was easy to follow. I would suggest children age 6 and above would be appropriate. I selected personally the above recipes to highlight some of the best.

The cookbook should be considered by any parents or even teachers.

Getting children into cooking is a forever skill.

I give this cookbook a 5-star rating.
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