Share stories and have fun in the kitchen with Britain's favourite baker, Nadiya.
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'a refreshingly different way to enjoy cookery' * Evening Echo (Cork) * Brings families into the kitchen to spend time sharing stories and cooking * Gransnet.com * A delicious, fun read certain to keep little ones entertained in the kitchen * Sunday Post * A brilliant concept and a charming book * Stratford-Upon-Avon Herald * Beautifully illustrated * Families Magazine * Will inspire kids to share the kitchen with Mum or Dad * People's Friend * This adorable children's baking book ... is full of fun, easy recipes for both adults and children * Cake International * Inventive * The Mail on Sunday * A great way to get kids interested in baking * The Independent * Stories and recipes to encourage kids into the kitchen * Prima * Like her bakes, Nadiya's stories all have a sprinkling of something original ... A glorious celebration of food and stories * Surrey Advertiser * Hussain's creative imagination ... is shown here in spades, as she kneads classic fairytales into new shapes, all ending with a recipe that's featured in the story ... a delight * Woman's Way * Beautifully illustrated, this will make a wonderful gift for all aspiring bakers * Evening Standard * Includes 15 stories and a host of easy-to-follow recipes for young chefs * Scottish Daily Express *
Never again will she say she can't. Nadiya can and she will. Nadiya Hussain's delicious bakes and desserts, captivating smile and sparkling personality made her a hugely popular winner of 2015's Great British Bake Off. Her first children's book, Nadiya's Bake Me a Story, will be published in the autumn of 2016, with her cookbook for adults, Nadiya's Kitchen, coming in June 2016. In addition to her books, Nadiya is a columnist for The Times and Essentials, and a regular reporter for The One Show on BBC One. Nadiya's family is originally from Bangladesh, where desserts aren't a feature of mealtimes. But, encouraged by a school home economics teacher, Nadiya honed her skills as a baker over ten years and produces fabulous bakes and desserts every day. She also loves to write, having won a National Poetry competition as a child. Born in Luton, Nadiya lives with her husband, Abdal and is mum to three gorgeous children.