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An alternative title for this book might have been My Daddy Cooks – How to cook delicious and easy family meals, in the tiniest kitchen, even with the chaotic and messy intervention of a toddler.

Stay-at-home dad Nick Coffer and his toddler Archie captured hearts and captivated taste buds around the world when they launched their video blog MyDaddyCooks.com from their tiny kitchen in Watford. In his first book, passionate food-lover Nick shares over 100 tried and tested recipes for deliciously simple but innovative home-cooked dishes. Having followed a baby-led weaning approach with both his kids, Nick’s recipes are ideal for anyone adopting the same method with their children.

From straightforward suppers and one-pot dishes such as Oven-baked Risotto and Mexican Lasagne, to sweet treats and indulgent puddings including Peanut Butter and Chocolate Brownies and Frozen Eton Mess Ice Cream, My Daddy Cooks is a book you’ll use time and again. Whether you are a dad or a mum looking for inspiration for kids’ food, or just someone who loves good food, My Daddy Cooks will liven up mealtimes without you having to spend hours in the kitchen.

Reviews

Nick Coffer, of the video blog MyDaddyCooks.com, and his son Archie whip up a storm in this 100-recipe book. It's not all cupcakes, either - the baked risotto and Mexican lasagne is dinner-party standard.
<i>Independent</i>
I have never worked my way through a book like I have done with My Daddy Cooks!
Cathy Ranson, editor of netmums.com
Nick Coffer's book My Daddy Cooks is full of what he calls "Tuesday night food" - lots of quick kitchen to table dishes which are nonetheless made from scratch - clever, simplified meals, with no reliance on anything processed.
<i>Guardian</i>
Finally a collection of delicious and interesting recipes for all the family. Fantastic book, inspirational and easy to follow. Get your copy of this must-have book today.
<i>Flying Start</i>