The Pillsbury Dough Boy says that cooking is child's play. And now this book goes on to prove it. It is filled with easy-to-follow recipes that are bound to taste and look great. Kids can learn how to make things like "Jiggle Fruit Salad" and "Bunny Rabbit Pancakes." Pillsbury has filled this book with bright, colorful pictures as well as some terrific ideas.
Kids think cooking from scratch is like doing magic tricks, so when you teach them to cook, it can create life-long memories. Those of us who came before the microwave oven know how special time spent in the kitchen together with a parent can be. For the price of a bag of flour, some sugar, butter, and chocolate chips, you can create something truly priceless.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our February, 2006 issue.
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