Pretend Soup and Other Real Recipes: A Cookbook for Preschoolers and Up Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-20 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 126 user ratings

" One of the first vegetarian cookbooks I bought after having children. The first being "Whole Foods for Whole Families" " said.

" We have been cooking our way through this. The kids love the simple instructional pictures. Great recipes as well! I'm looking forward to checking out and cooking through Salad People and Honest pretzels. " said.

" The recipes are followed with step-by-step drawings for the kids to follow. Each recipe is preceded by a handful of quotes by very young children that seem to have been made during the cooking process or after tasting the result. These are quite amusing. " said.

" I must confess to not using this book a lot (not the book's fault, I really don't cook) but it's a lovely read - and it was sent to me by the author after I interviewed her. She was such a decent, nice, warm person to interview when so many were not - and she inscribed it to my kids. Very cool. " said.

" We now have several aprons for Alex thanks to these cookbooks, which got him into cooking at an early age, even before "Ratatouille" was released. we read these at bedtime and *not* in the kitchen. Although I did try some of the recipes with him as a separate activity. " said.

" My mother gave this to Beetle. We have cooked several things from it over the years. Mom taught the Little One how to make French Toast from this cookbook. She still loves it! The illustrations on how to proceed through recipes is unique and awesome! " said.

" I thought this would be a great idea - I didn't realize illustrated cookbooks like this existed! After ordering it, I left it out for my five-year-old son to discover. Once he did, he could not put this book down. He would "read" the steps for each recipe to me. the recipes look tasty, and most importantly, are ones kids can mostly do themselves. Great idea and great execution. " said.

" What a great idea! This book isn't written for kids to help their parents, it's for parents to help their kids. Each recipe is written for parents first, then you turn the page for pictorial instructions that a child can follow. We haven't actually tried any of the recipes yet, but I'm inspired now to give my four-year-old son a bigger role in preparing our meals. " said.

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