Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Kid's cookbooks

Here are some good ones:
1.  "Hallelujah Kids" vegetarian cookbook by Julie Wandling.
2.  "Disney's Family Cookbook" by Deanna F. Cook and the experts at FamilyFun Magazine.
3.  "New Junior Cookbook" by Better Homes and Gardens.
4.  "Kids' Fun and Healthy Cookbook" by Nicola Graimes
Some of the recipes need to be tweaked for best nutrition, but they also have a lot of whole-foods goodness in them too.  If you have any more GREAT kids' cookbooks in mind, please let me know!  Thanks.  Have a great night.  Love, Amy

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