Easy Peasy All the Time by Pru Irvine
  

Synopsis

Easy Peasy All the Time by Pru Irvine

Most kids love to eat, but most parents hate the foods their kids love to eat as inevitably it is the sugary snacks and the naughty nibbles that kids crave. As the mother of two growing sons, Pru Irvine understands very well a kid's urge to snack. In Easy Peasy All the Time Pru tackles this problem head on, believing that a little knowledge about food and cooking goes a long way in making good dietary decisions. But don't think for a minute that this book is some boring nutritionist banging on about the evils of anything that tastes nice, it is simply a cookbook designed for kids that is full of easy-to-make, delicious recipes that just happen to be on the right side of healthy. Beginning with breakfast, Pru takes us right through the day with recipes that include ideas for kids' lunchboxes, after-school snacks and family suppers. With the same direct, unpatronising, kid-friendly approach and snappy design as the previous two books, Easy Peasy All the Time is an essential addition to any young cook's kitchen shelf.

About the Author

Pru Irvine is a journalist who also runs bread and pizza-making courses for children.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
128 pages

Author

Pru Irvine
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Publisher

Ebury Press an imprint of Ebury Publishing

Publication date

1st February 2001

ISBN

9780091877828


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