"This is the first Gleeson cookbook that I have bought. So far, every recipe has worked well and been very tasty, and my kid has eaten every bite. She's very picky (but likes vegetables). I use this cookbook when preparing her school lunches, because it helps me include a broader range of vegetables than I had been packing previously, but the recipes are fast and easy. Definitely got me out of my rut. I will be purchasing her other cookbook when I have finished with most of the recipes here, because I'm so happy with them." Cebow said.
"I am so confused... This book is 80% recipes from her first book, and it's not even written in a way for kids to get involved. Pointless." susannah hall said.
"Love it! Beautiful painting, simple recipes, great layout. A good way to get kids to eat veggies without having to hide them. We've already made 3 of the recipes and loved them." Patrick A. said.
"Really really great book with good ideas. Do keep in mind though that, if you really like the first cookbook, "The Forest Feast," this book is about 1/3 the size and half the recipes are from the original." ajh1232 said.
"This book is incredibly beautiful just like the original The Forest Feast however over half of the recipes in the book are the EXACT SAME recipes that are in the original. If you already own The Forest Feast don't buy this one. If you don't own The Forest Feast I actually prefer the kids book. I'm a lot disappointed that this book just re-uses so many recipes." L. Ingalls said.
"Everyone in my house loves this book. i even bought it as a gift for my niece. Easy recipes, beautiful illustrations and photographs and it gets my little one interested in cooking. She is 3 and this is probably going to be better in a few years, but she still likes it." Anna Burke said.
"I was excited for this book but it was literally a repeat of The Forest Feast book. Really disappointed" RG said.
"This book is really pretty. Graphically, 5 ⭐. The recipes are all simple, which is good for children to help with and good for children to eat, but some seem a little too simple. More like assembling food than actually cooking it. All in all I wouldn't say it's not worth getting, but I do think there's better vegetarian kids recipes out there, though probably not so attractively gathered." C Garcia said.