Can’t keep your kids out of the kitchen? Food Network star Duff Goldman’s latest cookbook is geared specifically to children. Super Good: Baking for Kids, is set to hit shelves on Sept. 29, and will teach promising young bakers how to make dozens of crazy concoctions that will amaze their family and friends. 

Duff Goldman - Super Good: Baking for Kids

Goldman has a great deal of experience mentoring your bakers as a host on Food Network’s Kids Baking Championship. He believes baking should be three things: super fun, super delicious and super creative. His new cookbook will feature 35 of the gooiest, chewiest easiest-to-follow recipes ever. With kid-friendly step-by-step instructions; helpful kitchen-safety tips; and fun, fact-filled sidebars on everything from the best places to eat in New York to surprising facts about unicorns, this book will give any kid the kitchen confidence to make crazy delicious desserts that everyone will enjoy.

“I’m constantly inspired and amazed by what kids are able to do in the kitchen, so I’m super excited to be releasing my first cookbook for kids,” says Goldman in a press release. “My goal with this book is for kids to have fun creating delicious desserts that the whole family will love and empowering young bakers to release their inner artists in the kitchen!”

“Duff Goldman has the unique ability to make the impossible possible. His cookies, cupcakes, pies, brownies, bear claws . . . they all seem too good for a beginning baker to be able to make. And yet Duff’s found a way to bring his unique style into recipes that will make any kid an all-star chef,” says HarperCollins Children’s Books Executive Editor David Linker. “It’s been a tremendous pleasure working with him and I know that fans of his shows and families looking for fun activities to do together are going to love this.”

—Jennifer Swartvagher

Photos courtesy of Duff Goldman/HarperCollins Children’s Books

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