Teens Cook: How to Cook What You Want to Eat [A Cookbook]

Cooking for teens, like finding the perfect gift for teen boys and girls, is almost impossible.

Teenagers like what they like, and they will only eat what they like. But instead of causing mealtime strife, now they can learn to cook those foods themselves. With over 75 delicious recipes for meals at all times of the day—breakfast, snacks, sides, dinners, and dessert, too—Teens Cook is a guide to everything teenagers (and tweens) need to learn about conquering the kitchen without accidentally setting the house on fire. Written by teens and for teens in easy-to-follow instructions, authors Megan and Jill Carle give young readers advice on how to maneuver their kitchen in a language they’ll understand (and actually listen to). The Carle sisters pass on their knowledge of how to decipher culinary vocabulary, understand kitchen chemistry (why stuff goes right and wrong when cooking), adapt recipes to certain dietary restrictions (like vegetarianism), and avoid all sorts of possible kitchen disasters.

Teens Cook is not only a fantastic teen gift—it’s the perfect cookbook to inspire young adults to take interest in their diets, and empower them to try a new and tasty hobby.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Really? Super disappointed in this book. Was expecting simple, easy recipes that a 12 or 13 year old could do as a beginner. Its title says “things you like to eat”. Our 13 year old likes Pizza, hamburgers, quesadillas, Etc. I was quite shocked to see all of these complicated recipes like chicken piccata and recipes with tofu as the main ingredient. My daughter actually laughed when she looked at the recipes, you really think I am going to make these? I was going to send the book back but my…

  2. Anonymous says:

    This is the ideal book to start your teen on the way to a lifetime of obesity and health issues I was looking for something that would help teens learn to cook tasty, simple, healthy food to satisfy cravings and learn about what they’re putting in their bodies. This is not that book. Basically, this is the book that will teach your teen that cooking crap is okay, and that this is the way to eat. It is not. The recipes are loaded with fats and carbs, and light on lean meats, whole grains, and fruits and vegetables. It is comfort food only. I would love to see the calorie count on these…

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