"I bought this book for my sister who has a 1-year old daughter. The cookbook contains some neat and fun snack ideas that she can make with ease. She really enjoyed receiving it." Tracy Harper said.
"Great book! My daughter is 3 1/2 and goes through the book page by page and wants to know if we have the ingredients and when we can make it. We have made 5 things out of it in one month-which is a lot as any busy Mom knows. It is just the right size too-not too big and overwhelming. Great gift idea, that is why I am buying 2 more! Esther 4:14" M. Byrum said.
"If you have kids in your house or need a gift for those who do, you can't do any better than the Cheerios Cookbook: Tasty Treats and Clever Crafts for Kids from Betty Crocker!
I never met a kid in my life that didn't love Cheerios, and now they can have 25 different ways to serve them up, and 10 different ways to play with them, making really cool arts and crafts projects! The photographs in this book are as delicious as the food, and families will just love mixing up these delicious dishes as a group project.
What a great idea! Go get this book right now!" J. Arena said.
"Great cookbook for kids. Hours of fun while helping to teach cooking skills. My grandson is very particular about foods and will only eat Cheerios for breakfast, so this helps to add other choices for him. Recipees include all of the following: parfaits, muffins, pancakes, sweets and treats, string-and-eat necklaces, chocolate bars on cars, superhero shades, honey nut stacks of snacks, etc. Lots of fun for kids." Hagerty Fan said.
"Never knew this existed until I found something on one of my recipe sites that said her item was based on a recipe from the Cheerios Cookbook." L. Catt said.
"This cookbook has some great recipes. I absolutely love the Yogonanas! But I don't really get the concept of making food crafts that you can't eat and the Teddy Bear recipe is a huge challenge" Momof2 said.