The Best Food & Cooking Books for Kids
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Do you have a young foodie in your house? My youngest son is an aspiring chef and absolutely LOVES all things food and cooking related. He enjoys taking cooking classes and browsing kitchen stores, as well as watching cooking shows and collecting recipes. It’s so fun to watch his passion for the art and science of cooking. Of course, many of his favorite books are related to this hobby of his!
We are sharing our favorite food and cooking related books with you and hope you’ll give us some suggestions for any we might have missed. You are invited to leave your own links in the linky widget below so we can check out your posts, too. If you have any ‘cooking with kids’ related articles, please share them–but any family friendly links are welcome.
The best food and cooking books for kids
- I Really Like Slop! (An Elephant and Piggie Book)
- Should I Share My Ice Cream? (An Elephant and Piggie Book)
- The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog!
- In the Night Kitchen
- Stone Soup
- Green Eggs and Ham
- Blueberries for Sal
- Strega Nona
- The Very Hungry Caterpillar
- Eating the Alphabet
- Today Is Monday
- Thunder Cake
- Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
- Bread and Jam for Frances
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
- The Berenstain Bears’ Country Cookbook
- Junior Chef Cookbook
- Cooking Class: 57 Fun Recipes Kids Will Love to Make (and Eat!)
- Betty Crocker’s Cook Book for Boys and Girls
- The Star Wars Cook Book: Wookiee Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes
- The Lunch Box: Packed with Fun, Healthy Meals that Keep them Smiling
- Williams-Sonoma The Kid’s Cookbook
- The Cookbook for Kids
- The Young Chef: Recipes and Techniques for Kids Who Love to Cook
- Fix-It and Forget-It kids’ Cookbook: 50 Favorite Recipes To Make In A Slow Cooker
- Fun Stuff Silly Snacks Cookbook
- Candy Aisle Crafts: Create Fun Projects with Supermarket Sweets
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- OUR FAVORITE ABC BOOKS from Life at the Table
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