holiday baking with kids eBook: 15 kid-friendly, family-favorite recipes and treats

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It’s no secret that I am a crazy huge fan of getting kids in the kitchen.

Early and often, let’s tie those aprons onto our littles, pull the stepstools out, and let our kids cook, bake, and make meals with us.  But let’s plan a bit and put our kids in the driver’s seat.

Let’s let ‘em read and gather ingredients.

Let’s let ‘em understand and follow steps.

Let’s let’ ‘em measure flour, crack eggs, and drizzle icing on the cookies they put on cooling racks.

Why not?

The kitchen is a classroom right there in the center of so many of our homes. It’s the hub. The happy place. The command station.

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So what better way of kicking off this exciting and joyous, sweet-filled season than by bringing our kids into the kitchen for some serious holiday baking?

The holiday baking with kids eBook is here to save the day.  You can grab it for $10.00 which is quite a steal for a book you can use online and in hard copy.

Here’s the skinny. . .

Really. It’s pretty cool.

  • 15 kid-friendly recipes.  Fifteen.  Many never before shared on teachmama.com.

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  • Favorites.  Like Kiss Cookies and Chocolate Chip and Sugar Cookies.  And Iced Pumpkin Spice Cookies and Death by Chocolate and Lemon Squares.  And? Our Christmas Morning Ugly Breakfast recipe.

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  • Made kid-friendly with large, clear font.  Created with attention to what early readers need as they learn and expand their reading skills, the font is large so kids can read it even the recipe book is on the counter and they are standing on a stool.

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  • Layout that works.  Kid-tested for the last five years, this layout really works.

Recipe step-by-step instructions are large and are accompanied by a relevant photo to clarify instructions.  Kids can check off ingredients as they gather them, and if the paper is in a plastic sheet protector, a crayon or dry erase marker will easily wipe clean when finished.  Photos for every ingredient and recipe step.

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  • Consistent format. Actions are in bold. Ingredients are underlined. Photos for almost everything.  The format is consistent. Kids especially thrive on consistency.

See? I’m looking out for you. We’re in this together. I got your back. Always.

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Sure, it’s hard when kids are involved sometimes because the mess may be bigger, or we may be crunched for time, or we may just want to enjoy some peace while kids are watching tv and we can prepare dinner, but as parents, we must jump on these prime opportunities for learning and fun with our kids.

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Ready? Let’s do it.

My friends, the Holiday Baking with Kids eBook is a sweet $10.00.  You can print it as many times as you need, so really, it’s the gift that keeps on giving.

Mostly because my readers are rockstar and always read their email from me first thing. So I wanted to offer you guys a little gift.

The Holiday Baking with Kids eBook is quite the holiday deal.

HUGE and happy thanks to my awesome mama for always inviting us into the kitchen with her when we were little. I would never be so welcoming into my own kitchen if I hadn’t learned from her as an excellent example.  Big *hugs!* to you, Mom!  Love you!

What about you?  How do you feel about kids in the kitchen?  Is there a favorite recipe I need to add to the next one? Let me know!

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  1. Amy, I love your Recipe Book! I, too, encourage children and their parents to “get into the kitchen together!” As an occupational therapist, as well as a teacher, I feel that experimenting in the kitchen is, indeed, one of the best learning activities. I rarely promote blogs that market items that my readers must pay for….however, I feel that this book is such a winner that it is going out to my readers on Facebook and Pinterest today! They will have missed out on the sale, but at $10 it is a steal anyway! Thanks for sharing this. I know that children and parents everywhere will thank you as well!

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    • Oh Katherine!! Thank you, thank you for your super-kind words, my friend. Means a TON. And really–though 99% of what I do here on teachmama is *free!* this eBook is a labor of love–it’s taken a LOOOOONNG time to create, so though I’d love for it to be free, I also need to be smart about how I use my time so that we can create more totally affordable resources for parents! ;)

      Many, many thanks for your support. *hugs!*

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  2. This book looks so fun and totally user friendly!

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