Nickelodeon and Wiley season SpongeBob’s Kitchen Mission Cookbook
With years of watching SpongeBob, have you ever really just wanted to see what a Krabby Patty tastes like? I mean, there seems to always be a pretty decent following at the Krusty Krab from the folks in Bikini Bottom. Mr. Krabs should be able to share the secret recipe with us, right? Well, what once was just a dream can now actually be a reality, with Nickelodeon and Wiley Hardcover’s new book project SpongeBob’s Kitchen Mission Cookbook. The book follows with SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick, Squidward, Plankton, Sandy, and of course Mr. Krabs as they go head-to-head in a competition to make the best meals. It’s an Iron Chef under the sea! The book features over 50 recipes, along with step by step instructions and illustrations, to make sure the food at home comes out as delicious as it looks in the toon.
SPONGEBOB’S KITCHEN MISSION COOKBOOK FROM NICKELODEON AND WILEY HARDCOVER
The Battle for the Best Bites in Bikini Bottom
There’s a cooking contest in Bikini Bottom, and SpongeBob and friends are ready to compete with their favorite recipes! In SpongeBob’s Kitchen Mission Cookbook (Wiley Hardcover; October 24, 2011; $16.99) SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, Plankton, Mr. Krabs, and Sandy will go head-to-head in a battle to see who has the tastiest treats and most mouth-watering meals, all while teaching kids how to cook. Along with their best bites, each character will share tips, tricks and fun facts about food to encourage kids to have fun in the kitchen. Which recipe will win? And will Plankton finally get his hands on that secret Krabby Patty recipe?
Looks like it!
Packed with more than 50 clever and engaging recipes to get kids active in the kitchen, the book offers nutritious and delicious ideas for everything from breakfast to snacks to dinner, and even some tasty treats for dessert. Each recipe contains tons of colorful illustrations and wacky, good-natured humor while teaching kids to measure, stir, shape and decorate everything from Neptune Nachos to Pirate Chips and Bubble Tea.
These simple, delicious recipes emphasize the healthful ingredients children need—fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat dairy and include a range of dishes for even the pickiest palates. The book features:
- More than 50 recipes, with plenty of great ideas for easy variations and fun, edible projects
- Special features that highlight teachable moments in the kitchen, from learning about pasta shapes to making homemade pickles
- Colorful illustrations of SpongeBob and friends throughout
- Icons that indicate each recipe’s difficulty level, so parents can pick the recipes most appropriate for their kids
For parents who want to make sure their kids are eating right and helping out in the kitchen, this is the perfect kid-friendly cookbook.