Set in Jazz Age New Orleans, The Princess and the Frog introduces Tiana, a young African-American girl who dreams of owning her own restaurant. This kid-friendly cookbook features recipes inspired by Tiana and the other characters in the film. With simple instructions, large photographs, and charming character art, the book features everything from Tiana’s Famous Beignets and Swamp-Water Smoothies to Ray’s Mud Pie and Banana French Toast. A five-frog rating system lets kids know how difficult the recipes are, and cooking tips are sprinkled throughout.
3 Stars More advanced cooking
I was hoping for recipes that someone must younger could assist with. My little Bayou princess was expecting to be able to cook like Tiana in the movie, and she will have to get much older before she can really do the recipes in the book. Overall the recipes are typical of the area and should be a treat to eat.
4 Stars Great Recipes, not super kid friendly though.
I have made 5 of the recipes and they are great. Unfortunately, my daughter didn’t like some of them, but the husband and I did! I didn’t find the recipes particulary geared towards kids helping (lots of ingredients) but my kids got a kick out of eating Princess Tiana’s food.
5 Stars Easy & Tasty
I bought this cookbook for my 4 year old daughter. She loves the movie and loves to help me cook so I figured this would be a perfect gift. I was right! We made the Jammin Jambalaya and it was beyond words good! My husband ate 3 bowls of it for dinner. This book is definitely a must have for the little princess in your life.
5 Stars Cute kids cookbook
Really cute book. The recipes are pretty in depth, so unless your child can use a stove and understand measurement, they will need a parents help! Good recipes!
5 Stars wonderful
this book has very simple recipes and it is fun for kids as well as adults…