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Super Simple Lunches: Easy No-bake Recipes for Kids (Super Simple Cooking) -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. Her passion is fitness and nutrition.She is obsessed with educating herself about the subject of hygge.
Published May 11th 2021
From off to school to off to work: How to pack a lunch
In Summary

This cookbook is perfect for young chefs! Super simple says it all. No stovetop is required!

children's cookbook
Amazon


At the beginning, there is a demonstration on how to fold a tortilla. Then, there is an ingredients list to make grocery shopping easier.

The recipes start out with Gobble-Gobble Wraps. This recipe calls for tortilla wraps, cranberry sauce, deli turkey, lettuce and mayonnaise.

Then, there are Very Veggie Pockets. Anything from mushrooms, tomatoes, green bell pepper, and grated cheese in a pita round with the dressing of your choice.

Following is Tasty Tuna Salad. Mix all ingredients in a bowl, tuna, onion, celery, lemon juice, mayonnaise, salt, pepper in a lettuce leaf served with crackers and a tomato.

In Opinion

This cookbook by Nancy Tuminelly is easy to follow, especially with the photographs.

I chose to highlight the recipes that I like best. Have the taste of Thanksgiving all year round. Have a portable salad via pita pocket when on the go. If you do not like tuna, use canned chicken breast, with either canned tuna or canned chicken breast being cheap and healthy.

Not only are children going to know how to pack a lunch for school, but for later on when preparing to enter the workforce.

I think this cookbook is appropriate for kids and adults alike.

I give a 5-star rating!
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I wish I had such a book when I was a kid. It may have got me past toast.
by Neil Follett (score: 3|2610) 40 days ago
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