You loved my first eBook for kids so much that I had to create a second book just for Halloween! I've included 6 spooky recipes and loads of fun activities and challenges to keep the kids entertained on fright night!
Halloween is a great time to get creative and have some spooktacular family fun.
The tasty treats in this book are fun to bake, a joy to decorate and deliciously delightful to share with loved ones during fright night!
Each recipe also comes with six fabulously frightening activities to keep you busy...if you dare!
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I know that you wouldn't want to miss out on the great recipes and activities in my first book - 6 fun recipes to make with kids so I'll be sending this to you too!
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Six easy recipes included
From no bake monster cakes to creepy spider topped cookies, there is a cute or spooky recipe for everyone. All recipes are suitable for vegetarians and can be easily adapted for other diets too - just ask!
Activities and challenges to keep the kids busy
Every recipe includes full step-by-step instructions, as well as six fun activities to keep the fun going even longer.
Activities range from making hats and facemasks, to researching and learning about different ingredients, to making creepy decorations and everything in between.
There's lots of variety, with something that will suit every age. I wrote this eBook will the whole family in mind, so the instructions are nice and clear too allow kids to the lead.
Lots of chances to learn!
Each recipe also includes a list of skills that children will use while making that dish.
So, while they're cooking up a storm, they'll also be honing their maths skills, motor skills and more!
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Safety in the kitchen
All of the recipes are simple, clear and designed for kids to take the lead on.
However, since heat, knives and tools are involved at various stages in each recipe, it's important to maintain adult supervision at all times and step in where help is needed, according to what is appropriate to your child's age and experience.
More easy baking recipes for kids
To help parents and kids have fun cooking and baking during the 2020 lockdown, Miss J and I recorded a series of live cookalongs on Facebook.
We picked recipes suitable for kids to get involved with, just like the recipes in the eBook and it was great fun!
Head over to my Facebook page and click on the Videos section to watch and join in at any time!
And don't forget to explore all my other recipes! You'll find everything from fun pancake ideas to apple slice snacks, Easter cookies to pigs in blankets and bean burgers to creamy mushroom stroganoff. There are plenty of ideas for kids and adults alike.
Fussy eating solved! Get Your Kids to Eat Anything
Getting kids involved in the kitchen and baking is a surefire way to expand your kid's interest in food. But if you're dealing with a fussy eater, you might need some more help.
Get Your Kids to Eat Anything, is more than just a cookbook! It’s a 5-phase programme that aims to foster the whole family’s enthusiasm for a variety of ingredients and meals through a host of activities, challenges and 70 really tasty, family-friendly recipes.
You can find out more about the book or jump in and buy your copy now by hitting the buttons below!
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