ISBN: 1641523190
EAN13: 9781641523196
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 19, 2019
Pages: 198
Dimensions: 0.6299213" H x 9.212598" L x 7.440945" W
Weight: 1.07806 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Super Simple Baking for Kids: Learn to Bake with Over 55 Easy Recipes for Cookies, Muffins, Cupcakes and More!

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Book Overview

For a lifetime love of baking―a super easy cookbook for kids ages 6 to 12

When it comes to baking, even the littlest hands are eager to start mixing up tasty treats. Super Simple Baking for Kids equips new bakers with the most fun and easiest-ever recipes to whip up. Cookies, muffins, and cakes galore are sure to leave even grown-ups asking for more.

Beginning with the basics, kids ages 6 to 12 will learn key baking skills like how to separate eggs or knead dough. When these techniques are mastered, they can cook up over 55 super yummy recipes with confidence. (If only they were old enough to do the dishes )

This kids baking cookbook includes:

  • Kids baking tutorials―Kids learn all about equipment, safety, and skills they need to be successful in the kitchen.
  • Easy as 1,2,3―Recipes use 5-10 ingredients max, no fancy equipment, and are labeled in degree of easiness.
  • Fun foods―Making eating just as fun as baking with sweet and savory recipes like Rainbow Sprinkle Whoopie Pies, Apple-Cider Doughnut Cake, Soft Pretzels and more

The sweetest treat you'll find in this kids baking cookbook is even better than something you can eat―it's the memories you'll cook up.

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5
   Great for newly independent baker!
My daughter has recently become interested in baking by herself and wants to try her hand at it. She has helped me in the kitchen since she was a toddler, but now she wants to do it all by herself. This book has photos and is very thorough, which is great for newly independent bakers. It not only gives you ingredients and step by step instructions, but also tells you exactly what tools you will need too which is very helpful. My daughter helped her mom with the first recipe and she has been solo since. She has baked 4 times and even taught her friend how to make peanut butter cookies. So far this book has been exactly what I was looking for when shopping for a kids cookbook.
 
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   Recipes aren’t great
This is not a good cookbook for the junior chef. My daughter loves who bakes to selected this book. She wanted to make the "pink lemonade layer cake" that is pictured in the book. We followed the recipe exactly as it was written. The resulting cake was so overpoweringly sweet, it was almost inedible. It didn't taste like lemon at all. The texture of the cake was weird and gummy, maybe because there's frozen lemonade concentrate in it? It was, quite possibly, the worst cake I've made in 35 years of baking. None of the 5 family members that I know of that liked the cake. We threw it away. It's disappointing because the recipe used more than a pound of butter. I wonder if all the recipes were tested before the book was published. If you're looking for a good cookbook for a kid who likes baking, I'd skip this one and go for the America's Test Kitchen Baking Book for Young Chefs by Julia Child.
 
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   Not enough pictures
Only a handful of pictures have been taken. I purchased this for my 5 year old grandson. He loves to bake with me, and I thought this would be a great Christmas present, as he could look through the book and pick out what we could do together, she said. The lack of pictures makes this book pretty useless for a beginning reader. Yes, I could read the titles to him, but I think seeing what the finished product should look like is important if he doesn't know what it is. The boy was sent back to sender in a sealed envelope.
 
5
   Great for the beginner
My daughter got this for Christmas from me. She absolutely loves it. Yes, some of the recipes are much like adult cookbooks, but this one is hers and gives her confidence that she can do it because it is for kids. My only complaint is that there isn't great frosting recipes.. Many people don't have Greek yogurt in their pantries. or cream cheese. Simple frosting recipes would be best.
 
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   Needs more pictures
i was expecting picture-based tutorials for the recipes and far more pictures overall. The picture-based tutorial is just in the intro, not for individual recipes. Only about half the recipes have been photographed. My son won't make anything without a picture, so this probably is going back, said Judy.
 
5
   Good for kids
The book is very easy to follow and my son really enjoys it. Most of the recipes require adult assistance if the child is completely new to working in the kitchen. Independent bakers had increased my sons confidence and given him a new hobby.
 
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   Doesn’t have pictures of all recipes!
So far the few recipes we've made have been good, though the Whoopie pie's frosting was way off _ and I should have known it was weird because it was so much butter but so little sugar, but wanted to let my daughter follow the recipe, Melissa said. The chocolate zucchini bread was excellent. However, my biggest problem with this cookbook is that there are no pictures of every recipe. For a children's cookbook I think this is super important because they know what the food should look like, and so they want to cook it. It takes some convincing to get my daughter to cook anything that doesn't have a picture of a hamburger, even if it sounds delicious, I think it's because she just can't visualize it.
 
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   Mediocre Recipes
This is a pretty good book with mediocre recipes. They are not noticeably different from adult recipes except that they often suggest using store-bought dough, salt, etc. You can't do that with out printing a recipe from the internet or from any good baking book. The book does give some good explanations of some of the ingredients, but a cookbook is not really something most kids want to read. They want to make the food.
 
5
   Super Simple Baking for Kids absolutely amazing!!!
It's the perfect book for any kid who wants to learn how to cook. Easy to follow and delicious, these are just a few of the recipes. I love the prep and clean up tips, wonderful time savers, Martha. Very high quality paper was used for this lovely cook book and the pictures are amazingggg!!! It's just that easy to make and use Super Simple Baking for Kids. XOXOXO is an XOXO company.
 
5
   Best kids cookbook ever!
My kids have so much fun making these! The instructions are super easy and they are so pretty!will be making these again for Easter! Already requesting to make something else.
 
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