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Gina Ford's Contented Little Baby Book became a runaway bestseller when it was first published ten years ago. She continues to be the number one bestselling author of childcare books in the UK. Her advice and methods have been a godsend to tired, stressed parents throughout the world and have helped a generation of children go to bed on time and sleep calmly through the night. She runs a hugely popular website: www.contentedbaby.com and has published over twelve parenting books.

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"For babies, three new books stand out from the rest: Gina Ford's Baby and Toddler Cookbook by the revolutionary childcare expert" (Independent on Sunday)

"With glossy pictures of happy, well-fed children and tasty recipes, this is a pretty impressive package... It's all very yummy stuff" (Junior)

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A fully illustrated one-stop family cookbook, full of healthy recipes for babies, toddlers and their parents from Britain's no. 1 childcare expert.

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63 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Anjali Wright on 26 July 2005
Format: Hardcover
I was given this cookbook last week as a present and I simply love it!
I am - honestly speaking - not the best cook in the world, but even I could follow the recipes! I have now tried 3 recipes (risotto in pasta sauce, spagetti with prawns, and the fairy cakes), and my toddler (who is almost 18 months old) seems to love it all! I will definitely try some more recipes now, based on the success of the ones I have tried out!
The best thing is that this book does not have really complicated stuff in it and most of the recipes are quite short, so you don't feel daunted by them.
I was very impressed by the "batch cooking" ideas, where some recipes that have similar ingredients can be cooked together, so you can freeze them all! This is not really covered in any other kids cookbook I have seen before.
The photos are really great, very up to date. It is also nice to see what the food should look like (good for cooks like me!)
I would definitely recommend this book to all my friends. In fact, I think I might give some copies as presents!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. Collom on 26 Feb. 2007
Format: Hardcover
This book is a godesend to parents who want to cook delicious meals for their children and mums and dads will love it too. The recipes are easy to follow and are accompanied by gorgeous photos. This book makes it easy to cook for your child and not worry about what you are going to cook for the next meal. Most are freezeable and there is a section for all important batch cooking. A real must have book for all parents/carers
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50 of 54 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 26 Oct. 2005
Format: Hardcover
A cook book that will be on my list of "must haves" for all mothers who want to know how to prepare home cooked food on a regular basis for their small children.
There seem to be new cook books every month directed at mothers who wish to feed their young children healthy and wholesome food. The array is quite bewildering. This book stands out from the rest in many respects. The whole presentation makes it easy to read and use. The colour photos are clear and uncluttered, the recipes are easy to follow and yet the results are delicious. Gina Ford has shown once again her understanding not only of the nutritional needs of small children but how important it is they are fed tasty and interesting food in a world where child friendly convenience and ready made meals are all too avaliable to the mum who wants the best for her child yet may not believe in her own ability to produce it. Using these recipes will help young mothers see how easy and yet satisfying it is to prepare meals for their small children.
An added bonus is that so many of these recipes can be used for small children and adults alike, freeing up Mum from having to prepare two separate meals a day.
The batch cooking is also innovative, and will be another lifesaver for the busy mum who wants to feed her children with home made food but may be short of time.
In short this is one cook book which deserves a place on every mother's shelf, and will undoubtedly stay there for many years as an everyday source of tasty, nutritious and wholesome meals for all the family.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. Hinett on 4 Nov. 2006
Format: Hardcover
Gina has thought of everything in the Baby & Toddler Cook Book! The recipes are not only delicious but simple to make, nutritious and there is even a section on batch cooking, making your life as a busy mum a little bit easier. Every mother worries about making sure their child eats enough, and of the right thing, and this book has it covered with some really fab recipes to entice even the most difficult and demanding of toddlers. There is also a section on birthday party food, ways of cooking vegetables to make them more appetising, advice on how to cope with your childs changing eating habits as they grow up etc etc the list goes on..No more cooking separate meals either - here is a variety of mouthwatering dishes which can be enjoyed by all the family from 6 months upwards!A definite must have in the kitchen for all modern day families. Think Jamie Oliver meets Annabel Karmel meets Mrs Beeton! Good, nutritious, easy to cook food with a twist! Go Gina!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. England on 31 July 2008
Format: Hardcover
I was given this book as a present, as we have recently started weening. The recipes are healthy and easy to follow as well as being totally suitable for the whole family, even the recipes for the six month olds (although perhaps before it is pureed!)

This is making life so much easier not having to cook several different meals!

The recipes cover food for all different occasions snacks, main meals even party food.. Gina has most things covered here...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JAK on 6 Oct. 2010
Format: Hardcover
I am a hopeless cook but I'm really determined to make the effort for my baby, and so far I have found this book to be great. The layout is very simple and the instructions are clear and concise. You can tell at a glance what age the recipe is suitable from, how many portions it makes, and whether it can be frozen. The recipes are all different from those in the CLB weaning book (except for basic stocks and sauces where there's a bit of duplication) but they compliment each other well; I have both and don't feel it's been a waste of money.

I was put off of other cookbooks because I felt there was too much emphasis on presentation and fine tuning - I'm not the sort of Annabel Karmel person who has time to make sandwiches look like trains or add a sprinkle of 15 different spices to an apple puree. These recipes are simple, healthy, and everything I've had so far has tasted really good to me and gone down well with my baby. I am making things for me and my husband that the baby isn't ready for yet and they've been great.

There are instructions for batch cooking stocks and sauces to save time which is really useful,and a lot of the dishes are based around these. The only problem I've found is that the quantities you end up with are quite a bit less than the book suggests. However this may be because so much of my stuff sticks to the pan, or I sometimes lose some after not putting the blender together properly - as I say I'm not exactly talented in the kitchen, but if you have a similar skill level to me then I'd suggest making double batches as it's a bit soul-destroying to spend an hour producing what turns out to be one bowl of soup!

GF readers will be amazed to see her go wild in the party food section - children's parties are described as '...
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