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Green Princess Cookbook:
Sweets and Treats to Save the Planet

 

by Barbara Beery

Description
Princesses can save the world with Green Princess Cookbook

Every princess knows in her heart that she can save the world! Whether it's buying local, choosing organic ingredients, eating homegrown veggies, or using solar power, cooking green is fun! The delicious recipes in Green Princess Cookbook teach young girls how to better understand their food choices and help save the planet.

Little kids the world over are starting to pay more attention to their environment, according to a recent New York Times article. These "pint-size eco-police," want to know their stuff when it comes to rescuing the environment.

Green Princess Cookbook is ideal for teaching kids how to cook green, throwing "green" birthday parties, or making environmentally friendly after-school treats.

Now kids can take the world and its health into their own hands! With step-by-step instructions, full color photographs and lots of tips to keep things simple and green, this book is a great addition to your Pink Princess collection!

Sample delicious and simple recipes that promote a healthy environment including Organic Orchard Salsa, Dig-That-Earth-Day Hummus, Cornbread in a Recycled Can, Eggs-actly Free-Range Frittatas, and Solar-Power Strawberry Lemonade.

About the author
Barbara Beery runs the popular Batter Up Kids Cooking School in Austin, Texas. She holds a bachelor's degree in elementary education from the University of Texas and is an active member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP).

 

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