Every Day Is a New Adventure with Food Network Magazine’s Brand-New Kids Cookbook

It’s filled with 365 days’ worth of kid-friendly recipes!

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April 05, 2022

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We’ve got some exciting news for all the kids (and parents!) out there: Food Network Magazine’s newest kids cookbook is on sale now — and it’s full of great ideas for every day of the year. Inside The Recipe-A-Day Kids Cookbook, you’ll find 365 days' worth of fun in the kitchen for kids big and small (actually 366 — we didn’t forget leap year!). These are snacks and treats that anyone at any level can make, plus there’s a photo with each one to help your kiddo along! Here’s a taste of what’s inside...

Day-by-Day Recipes

The Recipe-A-Day Kids Cookbook includes a chapter for each month — and a fun idea for every single day! Kids can follow the book in order throughout the year or find their favorite recipes and jump around. Not sure where to start? Let kids flip to their birthday first! No matter where they dive in, they’re sure to discover something they love in this oh-so-good collection of easy snacks, cookies, pops, bars and more.

Dozens of Savory Dishes

If your child likes to help you make dinner, they’ll find all sorts of great new recipes to try in this book! French fry fans will want to make the Burgers with Cheesy Curly Fries (pictured above and on page 101) and taco lovers will have fun whipping up Caesar Salad Chicken Tacos (page 89). Choose from dozens of options — and make every dinner a little more fun!

Endless Food Crafts

It’s OK to play with your food — if you’re making one of the kid-friendly food crafts featured in this book! We included a fun mix of creative ideas, like the mesmerizing Poppy Cupcakes pictured above (and on page 88). Believe it or not, the petals are made from fruit leather and the middle of each flower is an upside-down chocolate kiss! We also can’t get enough of these rainbow-colored Cereal Ice Cream Bowls (shown on page 160) and this Garden Plot Veggie Dip (from page 76).

Next-Level Holiday Eats

The Recipe-A-Day Kids Cookbook is big on holiday celebrations — kids will find tons of unique and exciting bites that’ll make their favorite holiday all the more festive! The adorable Chick Doughnut Pops pictured above (and on page 72) make the perfect Easter snack (and they’re super easy, too!). For the Halloween-loving kid, we recommend flipping to the boo-tiful Blueberry-Vanilla Monster Cereal Treats recipe featured on page 182. We’re also celebrating Juneteenth with hibiscus iced tea; St. Patrick’s Day with corned beef and cabbage skewers; Teacher Appreciation Week with ruler cookies; Hanukkah with marshmallow dreidels; and so much more. There are fun ideas for heritage months and food anniversaries, too!

Insert and Spread_ 50 Gingerbread Treats

Insert and Spread_ 50 Gingerbread Treats

Photo by: Ralph Smith

Ralph Smith

Trivia! Trivia! Trivia!

Which President was a big-time fan of gingerbread? Approximately how many hot dogs do Americans consume between Memorial and Labor Day? You and your kid will find the answers to these trivia questions — and dozens more — scattered throughout the pages of this book. There are quirky facts on every page, plus important birthdays to celebrate: Make our over-the-moon cookies to celebrate Neil Armstrong's birthday on August 5th!

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