Toddler Café: Fast, Recipes, and Fun Ways to Feed Even the Pickiest Eater

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Chronicle Books, Jul 1, 2010 - Cooking - 132 pages
Every toddler goes through the stage where they want nothing but "O"-shaped cereal. The challenge for parents is getting kids to ask for fruit salad instead of cupcakes. Faced with this seemingly impossible task with her own child, Jennifer Carden has created The Toddler Café, a guide to making mealtime with children fun and interactive. It offers simple, creative ways for kids to identify with their food, like saying tuna salad is what mermaids eat, or making Minty Pea Pops in ice cube trays. Carden has created over 50 unique recipes that encourage families (including toddlers) to work together to prepare, eat, clean up, and best of all, look forward to a healthy, delicious meal.
 

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Contents

Introduction
9
CHAPTER 01 Vegetables
31
CHAPTER 02 Pasta and rice
50
CHAPTER 03 Beans
71
CHAPTER 04 Protein
85
CHAPTER 05 Sandwiches
104
CHAPTER 06 Fruit
116
CHAPTER 07 Snack attack
129
Pantryperfect shopping list
140
Index
141
Table of equivalents
144
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About the author (2010)

Jennifer Carden is an artist, chef, food stylist, and mother in the San Francisco Bay Area. She contributed to The Healthy Baby Workbook.

Matthew Carden is a photographer in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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