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Gwyneth Paltrow is releasing her fourth cookbook soon and it's dedicated to some famous friends' pint-sized cuties!
It's All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook hits stores on April 12. According to People, Paltrow, 43, dedicated it not only to her own kids, Apple, 11, and Moses, 9, but also to celeb pals Beyoncé and Jay Z‘s 4-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter; Rob Lowe and Sheryl Berkoff's sons Matthew, 22, and John Owen, 20; Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman's daughters Olive, 3, and Frankie, 1; Ryan Murphy and David Miller's sons Logan, 3, and Ford, 1; Nicole Richie and Joel Madden's daughter Kate, 8, and son Sparrow, 6; and Jerry Seinfeld and Jessica Seinfeld's kids Sascha, 15, Julian, 13, and Shepherd, 10.
Paltrow's new cookbook contains more than 125 of her favorite recipes that are "surprisingly tasty, with little or no sugar, fat, or gluten". Dishes include Chocolate Cinnamon Overnight Oats, Chicken Enchiladas and Pita Bread Pizzas.
The book follows It's All Good: Delicious, Easy Recipes That Will Make You Look Good and Feel Great, released in 2013; and My Father's Daughter: Delicious, Easy Recipes Celebrating Family & Togetherness and Notes from My Kitchen Table, both released in 2011.
Paltrow promoted her new cookbook on The Kyle and Jackie O radio show in Australia via a phone interview Wednesday. She also talked about her kids and their eating habits.
"Luckily, they serve lunch at school so that's like, one thing that is off my plate, thank God," she said. "And when they go on a field trip...it's like, when they were younger, it was like, 'Oh, I'm gonna make, you know, a little soba noodle salad and a little wrap and all this stuff and now literally, I'm like, 'Here's a Nutella sandwich. Have a good time.'"
She also talked about her kids' schooling, saying it is frustrating to get them to do their homework.
"It's where the worst part of my personality comes out," she said. "I'm so pretty much calm and normal and patient and a nice person but [with] homework time, I'm such an a--hole."
"I think it's a combination of their frustration about it, like they don't want to do it but they have to do it, so then I, you know, it's kind of like, you know, 'You have to do your homework' and they don't want to do it," she said. "Especially with my son. My daughter is very responsible—she'll just go do it, but he, there's just a whole process that he goes through and he doesn't want to do it and then we have to wrangle him to the table and then I don't even understand his math homework so it's like, it's just so many things going wrong at one particular point. It's so frustrating."