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Now is the time for kids to make EVERYTHING from scratch. This is the third book in the NY Times Bestselling Cookbook series for Young Chefs and will inspire kids to make everything from ketchup to crackers... themselves.
Ever wondered how ketchup is made? How do you bake the most-awesome-ever cheese crackers (fish-shaped, of course)? Can you really make homemade butter in 10 minutes? The third title in this bestselling series of complete cookbooks for young chefs goes back to basics to make many of today's store-bought staples better from scratch. Easy recipes ranging from pancake mix to homemade Sriracha sauce will make kids kitchen heroes, one DIY project at a time.
About the Author
America's Test Kitchen has been teaching home cooks how to be successful in the kitchen for 25 years. The mission of America's Test Kitchen Kids is to build a new generation of empowered cooks, engaged eaters, and curious experimenters. Through cookbooks, picture books, board books, and a subscription box program, America's Test Kitchen Kids' kid-tested, kid-approved recipes and hands-on STEAM activities inspire families to spend quality time together in the kitchen, and a lifetime of tasty cooking. To learn more about our kid-tested and kid-approved books, Young Chefs' Club subscription box program, website, podcast, and more, visit www.americastestkitchen.com/kids.
"This ATK Kids book breaks down skills and tools with comprehensive details and helpful picture guides, and includes more than 100 recipes to help kids learn how to cook such dishes as hummus, pesto and even ice cream from scratch." -- The Washington Post
"The third book in the America’s Test Kitchen Kids series teaches kids (and parents!) how to make their favorite store-bought foods at home. There’s even a section on making mixes (pancake mix, macaroni and cheese mix, sugar cookie mix) if your people prefer to cook from a box. Like other America’s Test Kitchen books, the recipes are meticulously written and the steps are precisely photographed. Buy this for: anyone who is stuck at home with wee ones." -- The Atlanta Journal-Constitution