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My Little Sous-Chef Tandem Recipe Books

Today on The Inspiration Edit we are sharing a set of tandem cookbooks created for both kids and grownups.  The recipe cookbook is called My Little Sous-Chef. The recipe book is really a great idea as there is one version for adults to use and a more simpler and fun visual version for little ones.

My Little Sous-Chef has 30 delicious recipes for the family to enjoy from tasty bites to family meals and yummy deserts. The Adult version of the book has the ingredients and recipe to follow, whereas the kids version has more visual instructions making the cooking experience more fun and easy for little ones to take part.

I love how easy it is for little ones to follow the visual instructions and love the illustrations. Clearly a lot of thought and effort has gone into this set of recipe books and I think it is a brilliant idea.

In fact, Sylvia and I had fun in the kitchen today testing out a recipe and she really enjoyed herself. As a teacher I was taught it’s the process not the end product that is important and we had so much fun measuring, weighing, mixing and following the instructions, using both books at the same time. It was a fun experience and we look forward to testing out the burger recipe next.

Sylvia really loves to bake and cook. At the moment it’s one thing she is wanting to do on a daily basis and she was so excited when she opened her My Little Sous-Chef recipe book. It really did put a smile on her face. I think the books are great quality and am really pleased that my daughter and I have a set of our own.

Buy Your Set of books here

Now for the fun part…. we have one set of the My Little Sous-Chef Kids and Adult CookBook to giveaway here on The Inspiration Edit. To enter all you need to do is visit our Facebook page and share this video. Entries close Midnight on the 22nd April. That’s Earth Day! The winner will be chosen via Raffle and announced on our Facebook page. Have fun sharing!

We were sent this set of cookbooks for review

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