Kids in the Holiday Kitchen: Making, Baking, Giving - Book Review
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In Kids In The Holiday Kitchen: Making, Baking, Giving
, by Jessica Strand and Tammy Massman-Johnson, each section focuses on a different kind of cooking or crafting activity appropriate for ages 4 and up.
These are tomato soup with grilled cheese sandwiches. Warm up your belly!
AKA: Homemade Marinara with Fusilli which is a classic.
Naughty and Nice Nibbles
Apple-Raspberry Spiced Cider is a healthy alternative to sugary holiday drinks.
Chocolate Dipped Pretzels are delicious and often traditional for some families to give.
These are chocolate truffles. They are nice to give as gifts.
Happy Holiday Workshop
Popcorn, Gumdrop and Candy Garland. You won't be able to stay away from your Christmas tree!
Candy Cane-Decorated Tin Pails are nice to present with your Christmas treats.
This cookbook was easy to follow. The photography by James Baigrie shows how delicious and creative the contents of the book really are.
This cookbook is a nice way to bring families together.
I give this cookbook a 5-star rating.
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