Kid Smoothies: A Healthy Kids' Cookbook: Smoothie Recipes Kids Will Love to Make by Fletter, Erin

Kid Smoothies: A Healthy Kids' Cookbook: Smoothie Recipes Kids Will Love to Make

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A healthy kids' cookbook of fun, easy smoothie recipes that teaches kids basic kitchen skills without using a stove or tons of equipment!

Dragon's Lair Cocoa Smoothie, Vanilla Bean Dream Delight, Pineapple Paradise, Strawberry Lemonade Stand Pops--these are just some of the yummy, kid-approved recipes you'll find in Kid Smoothies by Erin Fletter, co-founder of Sticky Fingers Cooking. In this book, kids ages 6 to 9 will gain confidence in the kitchen as they take charge making delicious smoothies from start to finish. They'll learn to handle basic tools and equipment and prep like a pro--cutting fruit, zesting citrus, operating a blender, and more. Filled with recipes for refreshing, creamy, and fruity smoothies, smoothie bowls, and smoothie pops, there is a fresh and healthy treat for everyone in the family to enjoy.

  • 40+ BEGINNER-FRIENDLY RECIPES: Kids can practice their kitchen skills with abundant and fun smoothie, smoothie bowl, or smoothie pop recipes

  • EASY INTRODUCTORY COOKBOOK: With simple instructions, age-appropriate guidance, and minimal equipment, these no-cook recipes are ideal for teaching kitchen fundamentals to aspiring kid chefs

  • BEAUTIFUL COLORFUL PHOTOS: Spark creativity with visuals of inspiring smoothie creations, garnishes, and toppings

  • TRY ALL THE COLORS: Encourages healthy eating with tips and pointers on nutrition--a fun and playful invitation to adventurous eating

  • CREATE YOUR OWN SMOOTHIE: Young chefs can create their own smoothie creations and favorite combinations with easy, fill-in the blank recipes


Author: Erin Fletter
Publisher: Z Kids
Published: 10/24/2023
Pages: 144
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 1.00lbs
Size: 10.00h x 7.90w x 0.40d
ISBN: 9780593690260
Audience: Ages 9-12

About the Author
Erin Fletter started Sticky Fingers Cooking school and co-owns Barolo Grill in Denver. Sticky Fingers Cooking began as a simple idea--Erin wanted to teach her kids how to cook and thought, "Why not teach all kids?" Today, Sticky Fingers Cooking classes are offered all over the United States, and more than one hundred thousand kids (and counting!) have learned how to cook in a Sticky Fingers Cooking class, cookbooks, and online.