My Very First Cookbook: Joyful Recipes to Make Together! (Little Chef) (Hardcover)

My Very First Cookbook: Joyful Recipes to Make Together! (Little Chef) By Danielle Kartes, Annie Wilkinson (Illustrator) Cover Image

My Very First Cookbook: Joyful Recipes to Make Together! (Little Chef) (Hardcover)


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Family time in the kitchen is special. Celebrate all the joyful moments in the kitchen with your little chef with this adorable keepsake cookbook!

Learning to cook is sure to boost kids' confidence in the kitchen, but most importantly, it helps create special memories of your time together! Whether your little chef has never ventured into the kitchen or they're ready to have their own cooking show, these delightful and delicious recipes can be shared with the whole family for generations.

This kid-friendly cookbook includes everything you need to create the moments you'll remember forever:

  • More than 45 fun and simple kid-friendly recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, desserts, and more!
  • Tips to personalize each recipe to make your time in the kitchen special
  • Conversation starters, ideas for making joyful memories together, and even some silly jokes!

Make every day a celebration with My Very First Cookbook!

Danielle Kartes is an author, food stylist, and recipe developer living in Seattle, Washington, with her husband, Michael, a photographer, and their two sweet sons. Together, the Karteses run their boutique food photography business, Rustic Joyful Food, and host food styling workshops around the country. Danielle is a regular contributor on the hit daytime talk show The Kelly Clarkson Show and appears frequently on national television, speaking about joy and teaching how to cook simple, delicious food.

Product Details ISBN: 9781728214191
ISBN-10: 172821419X
Publisher: Sourcebooks Explore
Publication Date: October 13th, 2020
Pages: 96
Language: English
Series: Little Chef
"The recipes I tried resulted in solid, tasty eats, and I can imagine kids expanding their food repertoire by having the experience of making the Sheet Pan Fajitas or Superstar Guacamole" — Youth Services Book Review