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Get Cookin' With Healthy Cookbooks Review

You know that you have to cut out the chips, pop and fast food if you want to stay healthy, but sometimes it's hard to think up meal alternatives. Even the 'rents don't always eat as healthy as they should - so why don't you whip up some tasty treats for the whole family? Start noshing nutritiously with these great recipes!

American Heart Association Kids' Cookbook

The American Heart Association cookbook helps you keep a healthy heart.

Who better to give advice about eating healthy than the American Heart Association? You may think that this cookbook is just filled with boring facts and figures, but you'd be wrong. It actually has a great collection of recipes (we recommend the Polka Dot Chicken Salad), a guide to help you plan full menus and tips on grocery shopping! Once you've made your masterpiece meals, really impress the 'rents with your table-setting skills (there are tips on this in the cookbook too!).


The Healthy Body Cookbook

Get a healthy bod by whipping up recipes from the Healthy Body Cookbook!

It's easy enough to read about the benefits of vitamins and minerals, but do you ever really understand how to incorporate them into your daily diet? The Healthy Body Cookbook gives you an overview of some of the most important nutrients (like iron, calcium and fiber) alongside recipes chock full of 'em. Need more vitamin C? Why not whip up a Stawberry-Kiwi Cooler? Looking to cut down on calories? A Spicy Chicken and Cheese Pita Pouch could be the answer! This book is a great way to jump-start a new healthy eating routine.


Better Homes and Gardens New Junior Cookbook

Better Homes and Gardens has been publishing cookbooks for more than 75 years.

There's a good chance your mom has a Better Homes and Gardens cookbook on a bookshelf somewhere. This classic has been guiding moms and grandmas for more than 75 years and is guaranteed to teach you the kitchen basics. It doesn't focus on healthy cooking as much as some of these other books, but it does have a nutrition guide to refer back to and some awesome recipes that the whole family will love.


The Spatulatta Cookbook

The Spatulatta Cookbook won the 2006 James Beard Award.

Isabella and Olivia Gerasole are the hosts of an online cooking show just for kids - and now you can buy their cookbook, which is full of their best dishes. Liv and Belle know from experience that it's important to make - and eat -healthy food. These talented sisters are so good at what they do that they won the 2006 James Beard Award - an honor given to exceptional cookbooks, restaurants and chefs each year! To learn more about Isabella and Olivia, head to www.spatulatta.com



 

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