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‘The Big, Fun Kids Baking Book’

ExploreKid-friendly baking: 3 treats that children will love to make — and eat

To ramp up the fun, there are instructions for creating new frosting colors, for dipping cupcakes in chocolate shell topping and decorating with colored sprinkles to resemble an ice cream cone, and making an edible jigsaw puzzle of sugar cookies. Trivia tidbits, culinary-themed guessing games, and pop quizzes throughout keep the brain busy while waiting for the timer to go off.

ExploreNew cookbooks for kids and other beginners

Junior bakers planning for their big TV (or TikTok) debut can practice their showmanship by heading to

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Cooking for Kids: Chefs’ Go-To Recipes That Keep It Simple and Please the Picky

I BEGAN WRITING about my son and his tricky eating habits six years ago. At the time, Achilles was only four and I was a cookbook author and restaurant critic for the New York Observer newspaper. The first book inspired by our dinner dynamic—my passion for food, his distaste for it—was a children’s book called “Can I Eat That?” It was an imaginary dialogue meant to foster a love of xiao long bao, tournedos and tostadas in young readers. I wanted to get away from the finger-wagging, carrot-and-stick routine Achilles and I had developed à table. Six children’s books later,

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