Book Review: Kids Cook Gluten-Free

Posted June 2, 2022 by geograph in review / 0 Comments

Book Review: Kids Cook Gluten-FreeKids Cook Gluten-Free by Kelli Bronski, Peter Bronski
Published by The Experiment on July 19, 2022
Genres: Juvenile Nonfiction / Cooking & Food, Juvenile Nonfiction / Health & Daily Living / Daily Activities, Juvenile Nonfiction / Health & Daily Living / Diet & Nutrition
Pages: 160
Format: ARC, eBook
Source: Netgalley

A fun, foolproof guide to gluten-free cooking for the kid chef in your kitchen—from the authors of No Gluten, No Problem Pizza

Are you ready for the best gluten-free biscuits you’ve ever had? How about gluten-free mac and cheese? Or brownies? Kids Cook Gluten-Free teaches children to make all these and more. From crowd-pleasing favorites like Chocolate Chip Pancakes and Hamburger Sliders to more adventurous options like Crispy Dover Sole and Red Lentil Dal, kids will love trying something new.

Each recipe has kid-friendly instructions with a list of common kitchen terms and tools. Guides to gluten-free eating, safety tips, and basic techniques help young readers get comfortable in the kitchen. Kids can make delicious food with a parent or all by themselves. No matter what, it’ll be a whole lot of fun—and taste great!

This is a great introduction to gluten-free cooking. There’s a lot of family and kid-friendly recipes in here, without a ton of reliance on gluten-free flour. There were a lot of errors in this ARC, as other readers have noted; there also weren’t any pictures. I assume these will be fixed by publish point. Three and half stars, rounded up for NetGalley. Bookshop link here.

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