I Heart Naptime Cookbook by Jamielyn Nye #naptimecookbook

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Aren’t grandparents such a blessing?  I’m thrilled to share this fun cookbook with you so that the kids can enjoy a fun afternoon in the kitchen with the grandparents!   Sunday, September 11th is National Grandparents Day! Be sure to call, hug and reach out to the grandparents in your lives.

My grandmother was a wonderful cook, and I loved being in her kitchen.  She had an amazing Tupperware bowl that allowed homemade bread dough to perfectly rise.  Many delicious crockpots of “chili soup” were lovingly prepared when I visited.  For the holidays, she always made homemade taffy or cornflake cookies.  No chocolate cake was complete without her from-scratch icing!   She doesn’t cook very often these days, but I still enjoy making her recipes at home.

The popular blogger from I Heart Naptime, Jamielyn Nye, will celebrate the release of her cookbook on September 6.  Many of the recipes in the book are perfect for grandparents to make with their beloved grandchildren.  The recipes are simple and straightforward, complete with gorgeous full-color photos that will make your mouth water.   Jamielyn mentions her own grandparents in a few of the recipes, and often shares her family’s stories and memories in the descriptions.   In addition to the meal ideas, you’ll find several DIY activities in this cookbook.  This would make a fabulous gift for a newlywed, new mom, or someone who wants to spruce up the family meal plan.

The chapters of the cookbook include:

1 – A Few of My Favorite Things — tried and true tips from Jamielyn
2 – Rise & Shine – breakfast ideas galore!
3 – Pass the Butter, Please!  baked goods of all types are featured here
4 – On the Side – delicious roasted veggies, simple salads…all kinds of yum
5 – Soups & Salads Galore – lasagna soup is calling my name
6 – Dinner Classics – can’t wait to try the chicken pie
7 – Slow Cook It, Baby!  main dishes that don’t make you stay at the stove
8 – Party Snacks & Drinks – the soft pretzel bites will be a hit with my fam
9 – The Cookie Jar – buttery bites that are sure to please
10 – Sweet Treats – my daughter will like the chocolate mint brownies!

Check out the I Heart Naptime Cookbook and tell me what you’d like to try!

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  1. Meredith Miller says:

    Soups and salads — we eat a lot of those around here.

  2. Jennifer Cervantes says:

    I want to check out rise and shine since right now toast or cereal is getting old quick.

  3. They all look nice but I think the slow cooker wiuld be up my alley

  4. I’d like to look through the “On the Side” chapter. While I’ve gathered quite a few really good main-dish recipes, I would love to have some more nice sides to complement them.

  5. Christine Labelle says:

    The cookie jar. We love cookies in this house. My children can’t get enough!

  6. The Slow Cook It Baby section sounds great.

  7. I would like to check out the Cookie Jar Section for some new cookie recipes for my grandsons

  8. I want to check out the dinner classics, I am always looking for something new.

  9. Lisa Williams says:

    I want to check out the Dinner Classics because my menu is in a real rut because I’m looking for a recipe the whole family will love and be excited about coming to the table at meal time.

  10. I would like to check out the sweets section!! I love chocolate!!!!!!

  11. Angela Saver says:

    I most want to check out the On the Side section because I really need to find a great variety of side dishes to serve my family!

  12. Connie Lee says:

    Pass the Butter Please- I love trying new recipes for baking.

  13. Andrea Williams says:

    I would like the section on Slow Cooker, Baby and Dinner Classics. I’m always looking for more main dish ideas.

  14. I’d like to check out the Soups and Salads section and Slow Cook It, Baby section because I love to use my slow cooker.

  15. I’d like the “Few of my Favorite Things” because it’s her specialties!

  16. love the slow cooker recipes

  17. I would like to check out the Slow Cook It Baby section. I love slow cooker recipes they are so easy on busy days.

  18. The Cookie Jar would probably be my favorite. I love baking cookies! 🙂

  19. The baked goods would be the first recipes that I would try.

  20. For sure…dinner classics.
    I make dinner have night..love big Sunday dinners too.
    A huge fan of hers and so happy for her.

  21. I’d check out the dinner classics

  22. I want to see the slow cooker recipes– it is almost that time of year!

  23. Definitely soups – and the ‘pass the butter’ section. I’m a big lover of carbs and baked goods!!

  24. LeAnn Harbert says:

    I want to check out the Cookie Jar and make cookies for my granddaughters.

  25. Francine Anchondo says:

    I would like to check out the Slow Cook It, Baby!

  26. I think I’d try the Dinner Classic section first (most used) but the check the Baked Goods.

  27. Jeanna Massman says:

    I would love to find some new recipes in the Dinner Classics section.

  28. Dinner classics..for something new to me..hopefully

  29. I like to read cookbooks cover to cover

  30. Julie Lundstrom says:

    I would like all of the chapters but #9 the Cookie Jar would be the first that I use for my kids and I love to bake cookies.

  31. E. Diane Macauley says:

    The Slow Cook it, Baby!, chapter looks really great. I am starting to see why no wedding registry can be complete without a crockpot. I am loving mine. I am also interested in all the soups now that it is starting to really cool down.

  32. Sara Theissen says:

    I definitely want to read the Slow Cook It, Baby! section!

  33. The cookie and baking section since my kids love to help bake!

  34. Cassie Hayes says:

    Pass the butter please would be our first go to section. My three year old loves to bake.

  35. Ashley Chassereau Parks says:

    I’d like to check out the slow cooker recipes!! I could really use more of those in my life because they would help me save my time for homeschooling my kids and all the evening activities they go!

  36. the cookie jar, always my fav

  37. Debbie Welchert says:

    I would check out Soups and salads first. I could eat soup and salad everyday and I am always looking for new recipes to try.

  38. On the side..because we love sides..many nights the sides is all we eat.
    Especially, thanksgiving sides.

  39. crystal gibson says:

    I would love to check out the recipes in soups and salads.

  40. Leah Shumack says:

    I’d love to check out the The Slow Cook it, Baby! chapter first! We basically eat outta the crockpot during fall/winter months!

  41. Slow Cook It. I love to use the Crock Pot in the summer, so would like to browse the recipes..

  42. Shea Balentine says:

    Slow cook it, baby would be the section I’d be most interested in checking out! Love meals that I can just put in my cooker and let them cook all day!

  43. Jerry Marquardt says:

    This really looks like a great cookbook. I really want this one for help in my kitchen.

  44. Renee Rousseau says:

    I love this cookbook! I am a very visual learner and this is the perfect book for inspiration and instructions! The title is very clever and catchy!

  45. I think my first stop would be the Cookies section. I’m always looking for a good cookie to add to my Christtmas Cookie list.

  46. Nancy Burgess says:

    This looks like a good cookbook I’d love to try these recipes.

  47. Dotty J Boucher says:

    This books looks amazing, and I do enjoy cooking but often I just don’t have time to do so, this book would be something that would fit me, Being able to make something in under an hour, is nice..

  48. This cook book real nice

  49. Jana Leah says:

    This would be great to get my mom, so she can cook with the grandkids.

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