If you child has dreams of winning Master Chef Junior, Kids Cook Gluten-Free is a good way to learn to cook easily. The author includes extra steps that aren’t in regular recipes, like wear oven mitts to take items out of the oven, to help teach kids how to cook safely.
The book has recipes for ten breakfasts, ten lunches, eleven snacks, thirteen dinners, ten sides, and twelve desserts. The recipes go from the ease of hard-boiled eggs to the challenge of Crispy Dover Sole. The food leans toward kid-friendly comfort food like macaroni and cheese and pizza. There are also some surprises like Chai Marshmallows and Popovers that are made with cornstarch instead of flour.
There really is something for every level of chef here. If someone in your household limits gluten, let your child be the chef with Kids Cook Gluten-Free. 4 stars!
Thanks to The Experiment and NetGalley for a digital review copy of the book.