Cook with Amber

Cook with Amber

Fun, Fresh Recipes to Get You in the Kitchen


With her YouTube show “Cook with Amber,” 15-year-old Amber Kelley is inspiring a whole new generation of eaters to get in the kitchen and have fun. Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver has chosen “Cook with Amber” to be a part of his “Food Tube” family on YouTube, and she has inspired kids as a “Kid Coach” at Mashable’s 2016 Kid Talks. Her work has even been recognized by former First Lady Michelle Obama at a dinner at the White House. She was featured as an “inspirational kid” on the Today Show and a “culinary wizard” on the 2015 Academy Awards Lives From the Red Carpet on E! She’s also been featured on Disney Channel’s Emmy Award-winning “Make Your Mark” series.

Now, Amber’s 80 most popular and delicious recipes have been hand-picked for her cookbook, to empower teens to get in the kitchen. From nourishing breakfasts to start the day right, to school lunches to impress your friends, party ideas for every occasion, and even recipes for the best homemade facial scrubs to fight that dreaded teen acne, Amber shares her secrets for getting the best out of her teen years. Includes 45 full-color photographs throughout.

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Genre: Teen & Young Adult / Young Adult Nonfiction / Cooking & Food

On Sale: October 2nd 2018

Price: $19.99 / $25.99 (CAD)

Page Count: 208

ISBN-13: 9780762463879

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Praise

"You're so cool, you're so inspirational, and so young, it almost makes me want to cry you're so good, so young! Keep up the effort, you're really inspiring lots of people."—--Jamie Oliver
"You have really great skills."—--Rachael Ray
"Amber, you've got so much beautiful flavor."—--Curtis Stone
"Always has great recipes that are easy to make, and healthy, and that's the best part, healthy for kids."—--Bill Wixey, Fox News Anchor

Meet The Author: Amber Kelley

Amber Kelley is the star of her popular YouTube channel, “Cook with Amber,” which has more than 41,000 subscribers and is part of Jamie Oliver’s “Food Tube” family. She also has her own web series on FoodNetwork.com. She’s been a kid coach at Mashable’s 2016 Kid Talks, and her work was recognized by First Lady Michelle Obama at a White House dinner. When she’s not cooking, Amber enjoys volleyball, ultimate Frisbee, music, hanging out with friends, and spending time with her family. Discover More