Disney's Cooking with Mickey & Friends: Healthy Recipes from Your Favorite Disney Characters

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Disney Press, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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This lip-smacking, mouthwatering collection of more than thirty kid-tested recipes presents a range of fun-to-make dishes for any time of the day. Easy to make recipes include hale and hearty breakfast, lunch, and dinner fare; super snacks and tasty afterschool treats; and sparkling drinks and scrumptious desserts. Also includes menus for everyday meals and special dinners, table-setting guide, centerpiece notions, and napkin folding wizardry. Throughout, Mickey and Minnie provide young cooks with nutrition information and safety and clean-up tips.

In no time, even beginning cooks will master and devour a wide variety of sure-to-please Disney delights.

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Review: Cooking with Mickey & Friends: More Than 30 Recipes for Kids Easy to Make and Even Easier to Eat!

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The recipes in this book are basic and healthy. The creative names and characters for each recipe really 'sells' the good food to kids. My teen and tween sons love this book! Read full review

Review: Cooking with Mickey & Friends: More Than 30 Recipes for Kids Easy to Make and Even Easier to Eat!

User Review  - Goodreads

The recipes in this book are basic and healthy. The creative names and characters for each recipe really 'sells' the good food to kids. My teen and tween sons love this book! Read full review

Contents

Snacks Side Dishes 3 6
37
Dinner 5 2
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PATRICIA BAIRD holds the position of University Distinguished Professor at the University of British Columbia and is a member of UBC's Department of Medical Genetics.

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