Barbie Bakes: 50+ Fantastic Recipes from Barbie & Her Friends (Hardcover)

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In this fun and color-charged cookbook of 50 recipes, Barbie teaches kids how to bake and make good choices while creating intergenerational experiences in the kitchen.

Barbie tells kids, “You can do anything if you dare to dream!” In this title, Barbie teaches kids how to make yummy easy-to-make baked treats, from chewy granola bars and gluten-free-meringues, to fresh fruit pie pockets and Barbie’s very special birthday cake, to mid-morning snacks like scones and banana bread. Appealing to 5- to 11-year-old Barbie fans and budding bakers, Barbie Bakes fosters an intergenerational cooking experience while simultaneously educating kids on essential baking techniques and making healthy choices. With 50 recipes presented alongside stylized, colorful images and inviting illustrations, Barbie creates an engaging and inspiring atmosphere for kids to learn, setting them up for a lifetime of rewarding experiences in the kitchen.

About the Author

Kim Laidlaw is an award-winning cookbook editor, producer, and the author of five cookbooks: Williams Sonoma's Everyday Cooking, IACP award-nominated Baby & Toddler on the Go, Quick Slow Cooking, Home Baked Comfort, and Dessert of the Day

With over 17 years of experience in book publishing and packaging, Kim has managed hundreds of projects from conception to completion. Her clients include Weber, Kendall-Jackson Winery, Williams Sonoma, KitchenAid, Morton Salt, Saveur, Ten Speed Press, EatingWell Magazine, Sunset Magazine, KQED, CBSinteractive /, American Girl, BabyCenter, and more.

Praise For…

"Chock full of the Roberts' family faves... Not only can bakers pour over the bright photos and easy-to-understand recipes, but they can also learn from the pantry staples and substitution sections that make baking a breeze." 
— Red Tricycle

Barbie Bakes fosters an inter-generational cooking experience while simultaneously educating kids on essential baking techniques and making healthy choices.
— The Suburban

Product Details
ISBN: 9781681885179
ISBN-10: 1681885174
Publisher: Weldon Owen
Publication Date: November 3rd, 2020
Pages: 128
Language: English

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