Saturday, August 6, 2016

Review: The Berenstain Bears Holiday Cookbook by:Mike Berenstain

 The Berenstain Bears' Holiday Cookbook: Cub-Friendly Cooking With an Adult
About the Book:
Be part of the fun and join Mama, Papa, Brother, Sister, and Honey Bear as they cook up holiday favorites and some unique eats for friends and family with the all-new The Berenstain Bears Holiday Cookbook. Filled with traditional holiday favorites like Frosted Sugar Cookies, Pumpkin Pie, Hot Apple Cider Punch, Cranberry Stuffing, and some unique and fun recipes like Papa Bear’s Paw-Licking Good Chicken Wings, this kid-friendly cookbook will help Bear Country families, and families and friends everywhere, have the most wonderful year of eating ever!

Young cooks and their adult assistants will find recipes for beverages, meals and sides, and sweets and treats.

My Review:
 We love them Berenstain Bears so much. They are a great family that teaches awesome character values to children. Not to mention that there movies are very family friendly. They are an instant classic! What I have seen the of the cookbooks that are some of Mike Berenstain's latest additions, they are so sweet and my boys fight each other over them. They can't wait to try the recipes out.

 Each of the recipes will require adult supervision and some of the more difficult ones will require more help from the adult rather than just supervising. I love the pictures of each of the recipes. There are some really delicious looking recipes to try such as the Sweetheart Chocolate Cake and the Easter Bunny Shakes. There are several holidays covered in this cookbook and each section of recipes is split up according to what holiday it falls under. There are 6 different ones covered. Valentine's Day, Easter, Fourth of July, Fall Festivities, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

 Each section is headed off by commentary from the bear family and scripture. This book would make a perfect gift for any fan of The Berenstain Bears.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.

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