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If you´re looking for an easy way to spend more time with your kids, look no further than your own kitchen. No fancy equipment or expensive memberships are required, just a few simple ingredients, a mixing bowl and a spoon. 


Engaging children in shared activities from an early age has numerous social and practical benefits. And the family practice of passing down family recipes or coming up with new ones could be a defining part of this bonding process.


The social function of cooking, teaches children a sense of independence and achievement. It is the perfect way to be creative and have fun, which will in turn bring you closer together as a family.


It is an opportunity to share time, create delicious results and build memories that will last a lifetime.


Creating recipes is also a great time to teach kids important life skills. You can talk about maths and fractions when you measure your flour or sugar and food safety as you prepare and assemble your ingredients.


This Beautiful Me Activity Book is one you can pass down from generation to generation.

My Homemade Recipe Book

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