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From Rapunzel's Frying Pan Eggs to Ariel's Sea Turtle Cupcakes, this beautiful cookbook is filled with delicious recipes inspired by the Princesses' many adventures. With simple step-by-step instructions, mouth-watering photos of each dish, and helpful tips from the Princesses themselves, this cookbook makes it easy to whip up some kitchen magic.


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From Rapunzel's Frying Pan Eggs to Ariel's Sea Turtle Cupcakes, this beautiful cookbook is filled with delicious recipes inspired by the Princesses' many adventures. With simple step-by-step instructions, mouth-watering photos of each dish, and helpful tips from the Princesses themselves, this cookbook makes it easy to whip up some kitchen magic.

30 review for The Disney Princess Cookbook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    This book is fanciful and fun, just like all things Disney should be. The concept is simple- there are 50 recipes, each based in some way off of the life of a Disney Princess. Princesses range from Snow White to Tiana (though I'd love an update to include Anna and Elsa) so there's really something for everyone. What I like best about this cookbook is that the recipes are simple enough to be fully executed by kids, but tasty enough to also be attempted by grown-ups. They are also ranked in terms of This book is fanciful and fun, just like all things Disney should be. The concept is simple- there are 50 recipes, each based in some way off of the life of a Disney Princess. Princesses range from Snow White to Tiana (though I'd love an update to include Anna and Elsa) so there's really something for everyone. What I like best about this cookbook is that the recipes are simple enough to be fully executed by kids, but tasty enough to also be attempted by grown-ups. They are also ranked in terms of difficulty so that young cooks can focus on recipes within their ability level. Finally, the photos are gorgeous and there is a full-page photo included with each dish, which I think is also motivating if you're cooking with kids.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Vivian

    Oh my! I want to prepare almost every recipe presented in this tantalizing book. Divided into categories such as "breakfast", "lunch", etc., there are also "sides", "snacks", "sweets", etc. (Following several princessy-illustrated pages of instructive "basics"). Under "breakfast" you'll find such offerings as "Pascal's Pancakes", "Scrumptious Scottish Scones", "Good Morning Granola", "Miners' Mini Muffins", "Abu's Monkey Bread", and "Tiana's Baked Caramel French Toast". The format for the recipes Oh my! I want to prepare almost every recipe presented in this tantalizing book. Divided into categories such as "breakfast", "lunch", etc., there are also "sides", "snacks", "sweets", etc. (Following several princessy-illustrated pages of instructive "basics"). Under "breakfast" you'll find such offerings as "Pascal's Pancakes", "Scrumptious Scottish Scones", "Good Morning Granola", "Miners' Mini Muffins", "Abu's Monkey Bread", and "Tiana's Baked Caramel French Toast". The format for the recipes is ... a sidebar which includes ingredients, add-in choices, and a tip on the page of instructions and illustrated with the princess associated with the dish. On the opposite page is a close-up photograph of a serving matted on the same color as the opposite page's sidebar.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    My daughter was excited to try these "princess" recipes. The photos are good and there are lots of recipes, but they needed to be tested. Good thing I bake regularly and know that you can't put the same amount of chocolate chips as flour in a cookie dough. I used half the amount of chips and they still were pretty chocolatey. It also was a little strange that other princess stories about Tiana have her making beignets, yet that isn't a recipe in here. If you are a pretty confident baker, go for My daughter was excited to try these "princess" recipes. The photos are good and there are lots of recipes, but they needed to be tested. Good thing I bake regularly and know that you can't put the same amount of chocolate chips as flour in a cookie dough. I used half the amount of chips and they still were pretty chocolatey. It also was a little strange that other princess stories about Tiana have her making beignets, yet that isn't a recipe in here. If you are a pretty confident baker, go for it. There are easy, non-baking recipes that are fine too. We did the snow peas and I'm adding that to my rotation because they are easy and my kids love them.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Stella

    Okay, this is adorable. Photos of every recipe, clear instructions, a nice variety of recipes included, and some sample menus. There are even illustrations of the men helping cook, and some of the recipes are attributed to male characters (i.e. Chip learned to bake from his mom Mrs. Potts, so he apparently makes his own chocolate chip cookies -- which might explain why they have a LOT of chocolate chips). I feel kinda bad that the premise of the book is "Every Disney Princess loves to cook." And Okay, this is adorable. Photos of every recipe, clear instructions, a nice variety of recipes included, and some sample menus. There are even illustrations of the men helping cook, and some of the recipes are attributed to male characters (i.e. Chip learned to bake from his mom Mrs. Potts, so he apparently makes his own chocolate chip cookies -- which might explain why they have a LOT of chocolate chips). I feel kinda bad that the premise of the book is "Every Disney Princess loves to cook." And it is obviously geared toward girls. Still, if it helps to get my boys baking along with their favorite movies, great!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mandy

    The artwork and some of the cleverness of the recipes in this were truly spectacular! I loved flipping the pages to see what images would be next, and I thought it was the cutest thing to see the princesse swith the meals in it. The pictures of the finished products were fantastic as well. What I wasn't feeling so much was the recipes. Most of them weren't anything I really wanted to make and some of them I just didn't get how they related to the princesses. How did a salad relate to The artwork and some of the cleverness of the recipes in this were truly spectacular! I loved flipping the pages to see what images would be next, and I thought it was the cutest thing to see the princesse swith the meals in it. The pictures of the finished products were fantastic as well. What I wasn't feeling so much was the recipes. Most of them weren't anything I really wanted to make and some of them I just didn't get how they related to the princesses. How did a salad relate to Cinderella?? And corn chowder with Belle?? Not quite sure. A cute cookbook but not super useful for actual cooking.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Carly

    This book is adorable! My 3 year old got a Barnes and Noble gift card for Christmas or we might not have ever gotten this. But now I know $16 is well worth it for this book! There are menus to go with each princess so you can have movie nights with themed food. The recipes are actually delish. My daughters favorites are Miners mini muffins and Chips bite sized cookies. The pictures of the food are beautiful and the recipes are simple and easy to follow. My daughter is almost four now and she will This book is adorable! My 3 year old got a Barnes and Noble gift card for Christmas or we might not have ever gotten this. But now I know $16 is well worth it for this book! There are menus to go with each princess so you can have movie nights with themed food. The recipes are actually delish. My daughters favorites are Miners mini muffins and Chips bite sized cookies. The pictures of the food are beautiful and the recipes are simple and easy to follow. My daughter is almost four now and she will pull this book down from our cookbook shelf and pick what she wants to cook. She loves helping! Overall a great purchase.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Hendricks

    Don't judge a book by its cover. Diverse recipes. Photos of each one. Have used many times for "Kids' Cafe" nights. Both of my kids (boy and girl) like this cookbook.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rayjan Koehler

    This is a nice cookbook, and even has some harder recipes I would love to try. After reading through I did learn how to check if yeast is still good(p. 138 of the glossary has it for a fast reference). Other than not saying not to put kitchen knives into a sink of soapy water or to not cover them in a sink with dirty dishes- it is really good at pointing out safety precautions for kids. This does have a fair amount of recipes that may need an adults supervision or help(depending on the age & This is a nice cookbook, and even has some harder recipes I would love to try. After reading through I did learn how to check if yeast is still good(p. 138 of the glossary has it for a fast reference). Other than not saying not to put kitchen knives into a sink of soapy water or to not cover them in a sink with dirty dishes- it is really good at pointing out safety precautions for kids. This does have a fair amount of recipes that may need an adults supervision or help(depending on the age & maturity of course). Recipes include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Drinks(nothing alcoholic of course since geared at children/pre-teens and all) and snacks/dessert. Very nice selection of recipes, and nice little notes about various characters(including friends/family & princes of the princesses).

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    The Walt Disney Company has published a priceless gem in its The Disney Princess Cookbook, which covers all types of fare and places a princess or a related movie character over its recipe for your own little princess to make (with some guidance). Helpful tips and terms and explained at the front of the book to make this a wonderful teaching tool. Then, at the back of the book there are some suggested menus, which combines two or three of the recipes to have delightful and memorable events with The Walt Disney Company has published a priceless gem in its The Disney Princess Cookbook, which covers all types of fare and places a princess or a related movie character over its recipe for your own little princess to make (with some guidance). Helpful tips and terms and explained at the front of the book to make this a wonderful teaching tool. Then, at the back of the book there are some suggested menus, which combines two or three of the recipes to have delightful and memorable events with your little princess. Right now I have my seven-year-old grand-baby looking through it to see if there's anything she would like to try to make together. One recipe I want to try for sure is the orange dressing, which looks really simple to have on Cinderella's salad.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Alexandria

    This is a cute cookbook for children who like the Disney princessess, but many of the recipes yield only mildly enjoyable dishes. My family tried a few and the most notably off-key was the "Gus' Mac and Cheeseburger". It may have been family taste but the mustard was overpowering and the beef-to-noodle ration was too light on the meat for the flavor of the ground beef to impact the recipe. With a few alteration suggestions from parents, however, this book could be a very cute addition to a This is a cute cookbook for children who like the Disney princessess, but many of the recipes yield only mildly enjoyable dishes. My family tried a few and the most notably off-key was the "Gus' Mac and Cheeseburger". It may have been family taste but the mustard was overpowering and the beef-to-noodle ration was too light on the meat for the flavor of the ground beef to impact the recipe. With a few alteration suggestions from parents, however, this book could be a very cute addition to a child's cookbook collection. The recipes are rated on a crown system running one crown for the easiest to five for the hardest, and the instructions are easy to read with very clear photos for each dish's final appearance.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    Delightful! A great collection of recipes that families would love to eat and share. Photographs for every recipe plus adorable Disney characters - What's not to love? I'm very impressed by the addition of suggested menus in the back "Rapunzel's Head-Start Breakfast" and "Tiana's Down-Home Dinner" help children learn to not only to cook, but how to pair dishes to make a meal.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    Clever recipes to get children more involved in the kitchen and to test their boundaries.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    As rated by my girls after we ate the best blueberry pancakes (ever). Simple but delicious recipes that kids can easily contribute to. The mouse. Once again. As rated by my girls after we ate the best blueberry pancakes (“ever”). Simple but delicious recipes that kids can easily contribute to. The mouse. Once again.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    This is supposed to introduce kids to the basics of cooking with recipes rated from one crown to five in terms of difficulty. It's also careful to make sure budding chefs know to have an adult around for cutting and dealing with hot stoves and ovens. Some nice recipes and even a few menu plans to match it all up. I'll be trying the Meat Loaf from Tiana's section. All the Disney Princesses are represented from Snow White to Tiana and the others in between. That's my main problem, the women are This is supposed to introduce kids to the basics of cooking with recipes rated from one crown to five in terms of difficulty. It's also careful to make sure budding chefs know to have an adult around for cutting and dealing with hot stoves and ovens. Some nice recipes and even a few menu plans to match it all up. I'll be trying the Meat Loaf from Tiana's section. All the Disney Princesses are represented from Snow White to Tiana and the others in between. That's my main problem, the women are doing all the cooking. Some of the recipes are attributed to other characters, many men and not once are they doing the cooking for the Princesses. I wasn't crazy about the message that sends to kids, after all this time can't we agree that anyone can take their turn in the kitchen?

  15. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    My daughters wouldn't leave the library without this. It's actually pretty good, in the sense that it got them to try some new foods. The recipes are very family friendly, though I was surprised at the varying skill levels they required. An older child of 10 or 11 could make most of them with minimal supervision, but I don't know that the princess tie-in would appeal to kids that old. This was a fun book that gave me a good excuse to get in the kitchen with my kids. While sound, the recipes aren't My daughters wouldn't leave the library without this. It's actually pretty good, in the sense that it got them to try some new foods. The recipes are very family friendly, though I was surprised at the varying skill levels they required. An older child of 10 or 11 could make most of them with minimal supervision, but I don't know that the princess tie-in would appeal to kids that old. This was a fun book that gave me a good excuse to get in the kitchen with my kids. While sound, the recipes aren't anything extraordinary - it's the princess concept that makes this fun. Not bad if you've got kids who are into princesses.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Chrissy Gikis

    I was working at a daycare when I first saw this book. As a Disney fanatic, I could not resist adding this to my cookbook collection and thought it would be fun for future nieces, nephews, and my own children. To this day I swear by Belle's corn chowder recipe and I love telling people I got the recipe from a Disney Princess Cookbook! It is delicious! This is such a fun book and I think it could be fun to get children interested in cooking.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Toth

    This has quickly become one of my favorite cookbooks! This is partially because it's a Disney cookbook, but also because the recipes in this book are adorable and delicious! The recipes are geared towards teaching younger children to cook, but are classy enough for adults to serve as well! Plus, the recipes are inspired by a variety of different Disney princesses and what their favorite dishes are to make.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kellie

    I wasn't expecting much when I checked this book out from the library - boy was I surprised! Unlike a lot of kids character cookbooks that have kids assembling various pre-made ingredients, these recipes actually involve making things from scratch. My favorite recipe was Magic Lamp Curry - It was delicious! If you have any princess enthusiasts or are one yourself, this is a definite read/cook through.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Htrain

    So I loved this cook book, so many easy recipes for my daughter and me to make. Some where a little strange or not as practical for me. There are these little sandwiches that you cute with a cookie cutter and mix them so they many multi colored flowers, seemed more of a waste and cutsie for my everyday needs but was a cute idea for future tea parties with friends. everything that we have made out of this cook book has been a hit at our table for all kids and adults alike.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Eastmond

    My mom gave me this book for Christmas last year and I have been excited to use it because it makes cooking fun for little kids. It divides the book into breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack menus and even includes meal plans where you would make multiple recipes from the book. They also relate each recipe to a disney princess. I really like it!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Guarini

    My three-year-old and I LOVE this cookbook! It's a perfect balance of so-easy-a-child-could-do-it (or at least do SOME of it) and actual, tasty recipes. It made for wonderful bonding time. The photos were wonderful--they helped my little girl decide what she wanted to cook/ bake next. I absolutely recommend this to any little chefs!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    There are some really good recipes in this book. Last night I made shepherd's pie and the kids inhaled it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tonya Brown

    As a grown adult, I want to own this book.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Elise

    I gave this to my granddaughters for Christmas and had a very hard time letting it go. Adorable. I was impressed with the attention to detail in every song aspect of this cook book.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Denise Prewett

    This was a fun book...My 13yr old son and 16 yr old daughter each made something out of the book and enjoyed it.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lis

    This cookbook is amaze (not kidding). If you're considering purchase, go for it! If you want to be persuaded I've got a review on the blog. (abookandarecord.blogspot.com)

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay B

    My daughter loved looking through this. We tried several recipes. They were easy, fun and tasted yummy!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Patricia P.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Roberta Caridi

  30. 4 out of 5

    elin

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