Cook Me a Rhyme and Cook Me a Story Children’s Books

Cook Me a Rhyme and Cook Me a Story Children's BooksWelcome to the enchanted world of Cook Me a Rhyme, where the most cherished nursery rhymes are retold with cook-along recipes for families to enjoy together. From breakfast to dinner, join the fun as children rhyme their way through a day in Mother Goose’s kitchen, learning to cook with the likes of Humpty Dumpty, Little Bo-Peep, Jack and Jill, and more. In this charming follow-up to Cook Me a Story, the kitchen magic continues with Cook Me a Rhyme, combining the wonder of storytelling with the fun of cooking for delicious journey through the greatest rhymes of childhood.

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Cook Me a Rhyme and Cook Me a Story (a treasury of stories and recipes inspired by classic fairy tales, are intended for ages five and up and can be purchased through Amazon or your local book store. These amazing cookbook stories retail for $16.95 and are the perfect addition to your child’s library.

Cook Me a Rhyme Children's Cookbook

About the Author: These stories were created by author Bryan Kozlowski. Kozlowski is an alumnus of The Culinary Institute of America where he graduated valedictorian and independently studied food history and folklore. He’s published articles on the role of food in classic literature and haw written for Slate and Country Life magazine.

These cookbooks are absolutely adorable. The recipes are very clever, simple, and super easy to follow…the perfect recipes for parents and their kids to do together. I choose one of the recipes from the brunch collection called “Baa, Baa, Black Sheep”. I decided on this recipe because breakfast is the most important meal of the day and gives you the energy you need to take on the world. I did cut this recipe in half, since I will be the only one consuming the end product.

Baking Homemade Granola

I love how each line of the poem is a step in preparing the dish. For this first line in the poem, Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool?, the recipe step states, “put the “black wool” cocoa powder, oil, honey, and vanilla extract into a small mixing bowl and stir until combine. Set the bowl aside”. After following all steps, it was time to place my granola mixture into the oven.

All that was left to do was to wait 20 minutes before it was ready to come out and cool. The end result…granola for my cereal, yogurt, or to mix with my bananas. It’s also the perfect snack on the go.

Cook Me a Rhyme Granola Recipe

Your kids would love it too. Cook Me a Rhyme not only offers brunch dishes, it also offers lunch recipes, treat recipes and sweet recipes. There is something for every child in this cookbook. And if your little one loves to bake, you should also invest in Cook Me a Story, which offers recipes for breakfast, snacking, lunch & dinner, desserts and drinks.

These cookbooks are MUST-HAVES for your child’s library. It’s the perfect book to pass down from generation to generation. It’s the perfect gift for ANY occasion. If you have a young one, you should have one of these cookbooks. Not only does it offer classic rhymes, it also offers a fun activity that you can do with your child. I guarantee you will love these books. So purchase them today at your local book store or from Amazon.

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