Trine Sandberg believes children should be allowed into the kitchen to make the food they like to eat.
This book inspires the family’s 10–16-year-olds to spend more time at the kitchen counter, making food for themselves and their family.
The book contains 50–60 recipes for children and young people. The dishes are designed to ensure that the household’s young cooks can make the food alone – everything from snacks to dinners and cakes.
The recipes are divided into four main sections. In After School, you’ll find toast, wraps, salads and other yummy stuff to tickle your tastebuds after a long day at school. The leftovers can be saved for packed lunches or eaten when you’re training. The Dinner chapter contains delicious food that’s fun to serve up to the whole family. The Friday Fun chapter includes classics like tacos and pizza, as well as vegetarian food like summer rolls. The Cake chapter appeals to anyone with a love of baking and a sweet tooth.
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