The author is known in the MOPS (mothers of pre-schoolers) circle and many of the recipes in this book that she shares were used during their MOPS groups so they are tried by kids and favorites of kids themselves. So you could say they are KID approved....Here's a listing of the chapters:
There is also a recipe Index listing main ingredient and what recipe you'd find it in such as...
- Kids in the Kitchen
- Snacks and Beverages
- Sandwiches, burgers and pizza
- Table Talk: in this chapter the author shares cleaver little conversations table starters to help families get some table talk going.
- Soups and Salads
- Main Dishes
- Side Dishes
- Proportion Distortion: discusses proportions and shares a few tips to help you discern the correct amount to serve.
- Menus for Special Occasions
- Back to Basics: this chapter has lists of Kitchen and pantry essentials, spices that are good to have on hand and some healthy swaps instead of this....try this....
- many, many more categories this is just a brief listing as a sample
p. 36 (under kids in the Kitchen)
8 oz. cream,cheese, softened
1/3 cup sugar
8 oz. whipped topping, thawed
chocolate syrup as desired
Prepare cake as directed and pur into greased 9 x 13 cake pan.
Mix together cream cheese, egg, and sugar
Spoon mixture randomly onto the cake batter and swirl it with a knife.
Bake cake according to package directions. Cool completely.
Mix desired amount of chocolate syrup into whipped topping and spread over cake. Drizzle more syrup over top (oops I forgot this step). Store in refrigerator. Serves 18.
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