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Healthy Kid’s Recipes: Weelicious Cookbook Giveaway

Earlier this month, I shared a recipe for simple yet healthy two ingredient yogurt pops by popular chef and food blogger, Catherine McCord of Weelicious.com. That recipe is a sample of the types of kid-friendly yet very healthy recipe ideas you’ll find on Weelicious. Her site has become the online destination for parents wanting to encourage healthy family meals. And now Catherine has a new cookbook coming out that will probably become the bible for parents who just need some guidance on how to keep their family’s food fresh, nutritious and delicious!

If Catherine looks familiar it’s because she is a former top model and actress whose image graced many magazine covers. As a model, she traveled the world and loved to experience new culinary discoveries on her trips. She took her passion for food to the next level by attending culinary school. When she became pregnant, she wanted to learn more about healthy and creative menus for children but didn’t find many resources online. That motivated Catherine to create Weelicious.com. With her two young children as kitchen helpers and recipe-testers, she developed and shared hundred of kid-friendly recipes that were enjoyed by the entire family. As her popularity and audience grew, she started work on her first cookbook. The result is a book loaded with tips, pantry checklists and 70 new recipes that aren’t on her website.

To celebrate the release of a book that will surely be embraced by the readers of Babble, we are giving away THREE COPIES of her book. To enter for a chance at your own copy, simply tell us in the comment section of this post about your funniest childhood kitchen (or food) memory… or a funny or cute food-related story about your kids. 

 

We will randomly draw the three winners names on Labor Day, September 3rd, 2012! We can’t wait to read your funny kitchen or food memories!

DRAWING IS CLOSED.

Photo Credit: Catherine McCord, Harper Collins

 

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