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A feast for Christmas with loads of delicious easy to make recipes topped with special festive decorations. Christmas cookies, mince pies, gingerbread houses and much more are all temptingly illustrated. The instructions are clear and there's useful additional guidance about wheat-free, gluten-free and dairy-free recipes.
Kids love to cook and this fantastic little ring-bound book is just the job for getting kids into the kitchen at a festive time. With lots of handy hints and helpful tips on achieving the best baking skills, it's sure to be a huge hit and perhaps for mums and dads it will mean less cooking for them to do!!!
Ten of the best Christmas resources: This spiral-bound book features step-by-step instructions for lots of yummy festive recipes - from mince pies to apple muffins.
Junior Education Plus
For added inspiration this year, Christmas Baking for Children has 18 fabulous recipes many with an international flavour. As well as recipes there are sections on baking skills and toppings and fillings, and the handy spiral-bound format means the book stays open when in use. We say...a great way to encourage children into the kitchen at a special time of year.
Usborne usually lead the way in well-illustrated activity books for children and this year they have published a cookery book with recipes that will attract and inspire all little chefs. There are no Rice Krispie buns here. These are recipes for children old enough to follow a set of instructions by themselves, even if they're not let loose solo on the cooker just yet. This book starts with the basics, such as hand-washing and those important facts that adults often forget to tell children, like taking the butter out of the fridge well before you start baking; how to weigh and measure wet and dry ingredients and the best way to crack an egg...it is a fabulous cook-book from which all children will derive huge enjoyment...
Cork Evening Echo
A host of delicious festive treats such as Christmas cupcakes, gingerbread houses, a chocolate Christmas cake and lots more... fives-plus with help from an adult could be really popular producing treats for the family.
Newbury Weekly News
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