Shane The Chef – Let’s Get Cooking

Shane The Chef - Let's Get Cooking

If you have young children you may have seen Shane The Chef on Channel 5 Milkshake.  For those who do not know Shane the Chef he is a TV celebrity chef that pre-schoolers can call their own.  Now there is the Shane the Chef  – Lets Get Cooking book.

Who is Shane The Chef

Each episode follows Shane who is an ambitious and energetic Chef and his daughter Izzy, who together run a restaurant in the town of Muchington.  Shane’s firm belief is that when it comes to food fresh is best.

Shane is a parents dream as he encourages children to learn all about food and where it comes from.  Showing them how to make healthier choices in their food and develop an interest and a love of cooking.

Let’s Get Cooking

A cook book for pre-schoolers where they can choose a recipe and help Mum or Dad in the kitchen preparing tasty meals for the whole family.

Contents Page

The book is set in three sections

  • Quick and Easy
  • Marvellous Mains
  • Delicious Desserts

Each recipe is bright colours and a list of what you will need from ingredients to equipment you will need.  Then a step by step guide of how to make your chosen recipe

The first page showing your list of ingredients and what you will need to make your meal.

Step by step guide of how to make your meal.

My Thoughts

My children loved to cook when they were younger, always wanting to get in the kitchen to help.  We had many cook books aimed at children, but none like this.

This cook book is filled with some amazing recipes such as kebabs, stir fry, pizza, risotto and not forgetting sweet options such as rice pudding and pancakes.  This is definitely a book any budding chef would love, especially if they also love watching Shane the Chef

The Giveaway

If you have a budding Chef and would like to own a copy, I have one copy of Shane The Chef Let’s Get Cooking cook book to give away to one of my lucky readers.  See below on how to enter

Shane the Chef – Let’s Get Cooking

Good luck

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  1. My Nana and I would make a crumble together most weekends. She grew a lot of fruit, so we made a lot of different kinds. There were gooseberries, apricots, greengages, strawberries, blackberries, apples, rhubarb and much more! They always tasty lovely and it was really rather easy to make one!

  2. Me and my little girl love making butterfly buns but they never last that long with teenage siblings

  3. I loved making spag bol and helping with other meals (peeling potatoes was my favourite job!) Also loved baking cakes and making trifles

  4. I mostly enjoyed baking cakes, especially butterfly cakes with the little wings and lots of buttercream!

  5. I used to love Sunday’s on our house when I was little and me and my mum used to make apple pie or fruit crumble

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