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Our first e-book, Cooking Is Child's Play has handy tips and recipes from mums on getting your kids to be kitchen savvy. Download NOW!
Our first e-book, Cooking Is Child’s Play has handy tips and recipes from mums on getting your kids to be kitchen savvy. Download and have a little family fun!
Regular readers may remember that last year, we had run this really fun contest on cooking with kids, where a number of bloggers had blogged wonderful recipes that they liked to create together with their kids (or nieces and nephews).
It’s been in the making for a while now but going forward from that delightful contest, we’ve finally put together our very first Women’s Web e-book, Cooking Is Child’s Play, available for download below!
For all those of you who’ve been ooh-ing and aah-ing over the child geniuses at Junior Masterchef, this is the handy guide to getting your child involved in the kitchen.
– An introduction to the “why” of getting your child into cooking – from nutritional benefits to bonding time, mothers discuss their experiences
– Age-wise tips on “how” to get started + safety guidelines to ensure that your little ones stay safe while learning
– 10 detailed recipes with step-by-step instructions and a note on what adult guidance is needed
And – it’s absolutely free! So go ahead, have fun recreating these recipes in your kitchen.
(The download link will ask for your username and password, so if you haven’t already registered at Women’s Web, follow the link and sign on now!)
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