The Happy Family Organic Superfoods Cookbook For Baby & Toddler
$25.00
Recipes for babies (4–12 months)—From single to multi-ingredient vegetable and fruit purees, including Happy Family’s best-selling spinach, mango & pear recipe, to recipes with quinoa, chia, and kale —Shazi’s and Cricket’s superfood recipes will nourish and please every kind of baby.

Recipes for toddlers (1–3 years)—Meals include avocado & chicken whole wheat pizza; 3 bean farro risotto; and baked salmon with peas & rice balls; toddlers will love tasty snacks like strawberry-beet pudding with coconut milk and chia; avocado, melon & mint smoothies; banana, chocolate chip & quinoa muffins; and grilled nut-butter sandwiches with smashed berries.
Format: Hardbound
Published on: 9/6/2016
ISBN: 9781681880495
Pages: 136
Trim Size: 8.25 x 9.25 x .6

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Shazi Visram, Author: Lauded for her entrepreneurial vision and innovation, Shazi Visram is on a mission is to positively impact the health of children through early life nutrition. She was co-author of Happy Baby: The Organic Guide to Baby’s First 24 months with Dr. Robert Sears and Amy Marlow, MPH, RD, CDN. She was honored as one of Babble’s 100 Moms who are changing the world and lauded by President Obama as "a rockstar of the new economy and a leader we can all emulate." She was recently Named one of 15 Kick*** Women in Food by Food Processing Magazine. Shazi is mom to Zane and is expecting a little girl in July.Cricket Azima is a professional chef who specializes in cooking for and with children, including recipe development and testing. Her children’s cookbook, Everybody Eats Lunch, was published in 2008. In 2014, her classroom cooking curricula, Everybody Can Cook, was published. Cricket is the founder of The Creative Kitchen, a company that hosts hands-on cooking classes and events and produces large-scale family food activations, such as the annual Kids Food Festival, in partnership with the James Beard Foundation. A graduate of NYU, Cricket has a master’s degree in Food Studies and Food Management. Cricket is mom to Kingston.

Cricket Azima, Co-Author: Cricket Azima is a professional chef who specializes in cooking for and with children, including recipe development and testing. Her children’s cookbook, Everybody Eats Lunch, was published in 2008. In 2014, her classroom cooking curricula, Everybody Can Cook, was published. Cricket is the founder of The Creative Kitchen, a company that hosts hands-on cooking classes and events and produces large-scale family food activations, such as the annual Kids Food Festival, in partnership with the James Beard Foundation. A graduate of NYU, Cricket has a master’s degree in Food Studies and Food Management. Cricket is mom to Kingston.

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