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Real Food For Healthy Kids: 200+ Easy, Wholesome Recipes (2008)

by Tanya Steel(Favorite Author)
3.41 of 5 Votes: 2
0060857919 (ISBN13: 9780060857912)
William Morrow Cookbooks
review 1: It's OK. It has some good, basic recipes for things like chili and spaghetti and meatballs, and then some slightly more exotic things like risotto and hummus.It's rather meat/protein biased. There are some meat free dishes, but no special chapter for them. And for instance, vegetarian chili is tacked on as a variation to a ground meat-based chili. The instructions say to substitute soy granules for the meat. For goodness' sake, you don't NEED the extra protein in there.I am going to try a couple of the recipes & will report back if I have anything further to say.
review 2: I would actually give this 3.5 stars, but I haven't tried any of the recipes. They look and sound pretty good, but that doesn't necessarily make them edible. I like the nutritional advic
... moree the authors give, especially as it seems to be a little uncommon to find children's nutritional needs. I like that the authors feel that children should have exposure to lots of vegetables and that they don't necessarily need to be hidden for children to eat them. I also like that they included recipes for homemade baby food. If the recipes turn out well, this would probably be a book worth owning. less
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Lots of good, healthy recipes but they tend to be a bit of work. There are some easy, quick recipes
Some good recipes, but I was hoping for somthing more
I kind of obsess about my kids eating better
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