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  • Published: 16 July 2019
  • ISBN: 9781785042355
  • Imprint: Vermilion
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 128
  • RRP: $35.00

The Tickle Fingers Kids’ Cookbook

Hands-on Fun in the Kitchen for 4-7s


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Following on from the success of The Tickle Fingers Toddler Cookbook, this fills a gap in the market for 4-7s.

If you enjoyed The Tickle Fingers Toddler Cookbook, you'll love this one!

Focussing on the next stage up, ages 4-7, The Tickle Fingers Children’s Cookbook maintains all of the practical, easy-to-follow, age-appropriate and allergy-friendly advice parents loved in the first book.

With over 60 new recipes and activities to inspire and guide parents, grandparents and carers to help young children develop a love of food through cooking and play, it will convince even the fussiest of eaters to try new food and make meals the whole family can enjoy. Written in very simple language with clear achievable instructions, it’s an ideal first cookbook for children beginning to read and who are ready to get creative and engage with food in a relaxed and fun way.

These delicious recipes include children's favourite snacks like Rough Puff Cheese Straws and Chocolate Chip Cookies, as well as more adventurous flavours such as Baba Ganoush and Orange and Almond Cake. There are also veg-filled suppers, including Super Stew and Veggie Kebab, and fun breakfasts like Tropical Smoothie, Pick 'n' Mix Granola and Tray-Bake Pancakes to inspire a life-time love of good food and cooking.

  • Pub date: 16 July 2019
  • ISBN: 9781785042355
  • Imprint: Vermilion
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 128
  • RRP: $35.00

About the Author

Annabel Woolmer

Annabel Woolmer is a mum of two and author of two cookbooks: The Tickle Fingers Toddler Cookbook, an Evening Standard and Amazon top 10 book for cooking with children, and The Tickle Fingers Kids' Cookbook. Ever since stumbling on cooking as a way of entertaining and broadening the tastes of her 13-month-old, Annabel has cooked with children in clubs, playgrounds, schools and workshops, developing hands-on recipes even young children can enjoy making.

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