Teaching Your Kids to Cook and Learn to Cook Books

We are excited to announce that our new books, Teaching Your Kids to Cook and Learn to Cook, are now ready for purchase!  We are offering these books in either a downloadable version (pdf file), in which you can purchase and receive a download link directly in your email inbox – or a printed copy, in which you can wait a few days and receive a hard copy in your mailbox.  In addition, we are offering you a chance to purchase both Teaching Your Kids to Cook and Learn to Cook in a package, offering you a hefty discount!

Our printed version of these books is priced higher only to cover our costs for ink, paper, binder, packaging and shipping.  If you have a nice printer and are able to print and bind (in a three ring binder) – go for the download version - then you’ll be able to look through your new book(s) right away!  Otherwise, we’re happy to supply the printed copy(s) for you, as we feel that it is very important for you to hold these books in your hand (as opposed to simply referencing them on your computer) – especially if you are buying them to give to your children.

Teaching Your Kids to Cook – For Parents of Kids Ages 2-12

Teaching Your Kids to Cook is written for parents who desire to spend time helping their children learn their way around the kitchen.  Filled with instructions, tips, activities, printables and over 45 simple, kid friendly recipes – you and your kids will have many opportunities to make messes together and get chocolate in your hair.  Here’s hoping your kids learn how to put basic meals and treats together and learn to serve others too!

The recipes in this book include only wholesome, easy to attain ingredients.  Teaching Your Kids to Cook is perfect for families with young children – oh the memories you will make!

Help yourself to free sample pages of Teaching Your Kids to Cook.

Teaching Your Kids to Cook Downloadable Book
$8
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Teaching Your Kids to Cook Printed Book
$22
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Learn to Cook – Because You Gotta Eat

Learn to Cook is written to anyone old enough to use a stove (I’d say ages 8 and up).  Not only for kids, this book may also be helpful for adults who are new to cooking.  This book can be handed directly to “the student” and while you should certainly be available to guide them along as they learn new kitchen skills, your sons and daughters, newlyweds and cooking novices can read Learn to Cook on their own and take off with all of the new skills they are learning!  From measuring to menu planning to grocery budgeting – this book covers all the kitchen basics.  Not to mention, it includes over 55 simple to prepare recipes!

The recipes in this book include only wholesome, easy to attain ingredients.  Learn to Cook will equip the reader with basic kitchen knowledge – an incredibly important life skill!

Help yourself to free sample pages of Learn to Cook.

Learn to Cook Downloadable Book
 $8
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Learn to Cook Printed Book
$22
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The Package Deal

Depending on the ages of your kids or the needs of your family, you may be interested in owning both of these books!  We’ve combined them into packages and chunked off a nice piece of the price, as several of the recipes and printables in the books are duplicated.

Teaching Your Kids to Cook and Learn to Cook Downloadable Book Package
$12
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Teaching Your Kids to Cook and Learn to Cook Printed Book Package
$39
(Price includes shipping – U.S. only please!)

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Comments

  1. says

    I am so excited to see these books that you have taken time to create. We have 5 children and 1 on the way in January. My 8 year old daughter loves to cook and can even bake bread. My oldest son (11) hates anything that has to do with cooking. My other children want to help, but too many helpers overwhelm me. I look forward to purchasing both books. I want at least 2 of my children fully capable in the kitchen by the time this baby comes in January and with home schooling the time is available for me to concentrate on this.

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  2. Cindy says

    I just found out that the dairy products I have been eating make me sick (severely lactose intolerant). Can I use coconut oil to replace butter in my recipes for cookies and other baked goods? Will it taste different? I am so upset about this! Today I get sick because the hamburger and onion rings I ordered at a restaurant both turned out to have dairy!

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    Laura Reply:

    Aw, that is a huge bummer. :( Yes, coconut oil or palm oil would work as great dairy free substitutes for butter in baking.

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  3. Jean says

    The links to the sample pages aren’t working for me. :o( I don’t know if it’s me or you that’s causing it not to work.

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    Laura Reply:

    They are working for me when I click on them – How about I email them to you? :)

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    Jean Reply:

    That would be great! I would love to look at them! :o)

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    Laura Reply:

    I sent an email several minutes ago – did you receive it or should I send it again?

  4. Sandy says

    I just ordered Learn to Cook for my daughter who is wanting to make meals now (Yeah!) I am excited that she will be able to follow the recipes without me saying that “We don’t want to use this or that ingredient…” ;) The stuff you use is the stuff I use, too. It should make things way easier in the kitchen. Thanks!

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  5. Joyce says

    Learn to Cook sounds like a valuable addition to things I do with all 11 grandchildren. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  6. says

    I love subbing healthier foods and try when the budget allows. I have at times found that all my Basic kitchen supplies are gone and need to replenish and that can be a big cut in the budget. I have not looked into subs for oil but am interested. When I read the label it all looks the same to me. Is coconut oil really better and how so? Also does it have the coconut flavor? My husband does not like coconut. There are times when reading all the info can be over whelming and I prefer it from a trusted source. thank you.

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  7. says

    Teaching Your Kids to Cook would be great for me as the mother of a toddler. :) She already likes to help in the kitchen and with our family eating healthier again, I would love to train her to make healthy, fun recipes.
    thanks!

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  8. Kentucky Lady....Mona says

    Looks like a great book for people who have small children, mine are grown, but the other one looks fun too……I’ll take this one :)

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  9. says

    I’m just now learning to cook along with my two little boys…LOL! So I just ordered both books and am so excited to read! (Just an FYI that I would’ve paid even more for a package price to receive downloads AND mailings of both books.)

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  10. says

    I’m just now learning to cook along with my two little boys…LOL! So I just ordered both books and am so excited to read! (Just an FYI that I would’ve paid even more for a package price to receive downloads AND mailings of both books.)

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  11. Amy says

    Learn To Cook because there are some things I don’t think my mom knew to teach me years ago and for some reason I just haven’t picked it up. Would love to know it to teach my own by example. Would share with my mom or sister-in-law.

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