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ProCook ‘More Please’ Charity Cookbook

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So earlier this year I was approached by ProCook, a national UK cookware company who sell gorgeous, competitively priced cooking tools (baking equipment, saucepans, woks, griddle pans and loads more), to contribute a recipe towards a charity cookbook they were planning to produce. The charity cookbook is called ‘More Please: Tasty Recipes Children Will Love’, packed with recipes from celebrity chefs and food bloggers, with all profits to go towards The Children’s Food Trust.

Super excited, I obviously jumped at the opportunity to take part in this charity cookbook – such a great cause. As you know I always champion home cooking. Nutritionally, it’s the best type of food you can feed your child. A healthy child, is a happy child, and a nutritionally balanced diet helps with concentration at school too. So supporting ProCook and The Children’s Food Trust was a no-brainer for me. The Children’s Food Trust is on a mission to get every child eating well at home, in childcare, at school and beyond. As a charity, they share the skills, knowledge and confidence to cook from scratch, helping anyone who provides food for children to do a great job and encouraging industry to help families make better food choices.

The cookbook is only £4.99 and is a lovely pocket sized hardcover book – perfect for small hands and would make a lovely stocking filler for Christmas. So go on, help out a great cause. You can buy the cookbook online here:

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Or you can pop into a ProCook store to pick up a copy, there are 23 stores nationwide.

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