Nadiya's Bake Me a Story: Fifteen stories and recipes for children

By Nadiya Hussain


Share stories and have fun in the kitchen with Britain's favourite baker, Nadiya.

Year of Publication


'a refreshingly different way to enjoy cookery' * Evening Echo (Cork) * Brings families into the kitchen to spend time sharing stories and cooking * * 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 *

Author Biography

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.