Gold Award Winner – The Kids Only Cookbook by Sue Quinn
A very fun cookbook designed to get kids cooking on their own, this wins the gleaming gold award for its great combination of child-friendly text and bright and happy pictures.
The recipes, aimed at kids between eight and 12-years-old, are easy to understand and follow, and all very scrumptious.
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Silver Award Winner – Easy Indian Super Meals for Babies, Toddlers and the Family by Zainab Jagot Ahmed
If you want to try a cookbook that’s different front the norm, then look no further than Zainab Ahmed’s Easy Indian Super Meals for Babies, Toddlers and the Family.
Packed full of nutritional, interesting and easy-to-make recipes, this cookbook will add some real oomph to your family meals.
£14.99 for a hardcover copy, www.zainabjagotahmed.com
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Bronze Award Winner – Ella’s Kitchen – The Big Baking Book: The Yellow One
Not just about purees and baked goods, Ella’s Kitchen – The Big Baking Book: The Yellow One is brimming with bright, kid-friendly, delicious recipes.
In fact, as well as nutritious meals it has great tips on how to get the little ones involved in the cooking process and interesting tidbits of trivia and foody information, great for budding chefs.
£7 for a hardcover copy, Ella’s Kitchen
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