Our expert notes that the book has over 125 recipes that work well for meal prepping, Instant Pots, and one-pan dishes. Some meals include lobster tacos and slow-roasted Moroccan salmon. It’s available in hardcover, spiral-bound, and Kindle versions.
Some of the ingredients called for can be hard to find in some areas.
Comes from Joanna Gaines, one-half of the enduringly popular Gaines family based in small-town Waco, Texas. Recipes are inspired by her family favorites and those found in the Gaines family restaurant, Magnolia Table. It’s available in hardcover and on Kindle.
There aren’t many pictures of each recipe, which may make it harder for some readers to follow.
Our expert likes this cookbook because of the author's upbeat and playful tone that makes cooking fun. It contains over 100 recipes and is available in hardcover, spiral-bound, and Kindle formats. A New York Times bestseller.
Some found certain recipes too complex.
America’s Test Kitchen is among the most respected cooking organizations. Each recipe is tested and approved by kids. Offers step-by-step instructions with pictures. Available in hardcover, spiral-bound, and Kindle versions.
It’s best used as an introduction to cooking rather than a tool to progress and improve your child’s skills.
Our expert appreciates that all required ingredients are easily accessible. Our expert also mentions that the author includes “stealthy healthy” ingredient substitutions that don’t alter the flavor of the recipe. Available in multiple reading formats.
There’s no nutritional information for any recipe.
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