Teaching your little ones how to cook is a fantastic life skill to start with early on. Of course, this can also help to ensure that your children have a healthy relationship with food and can allow you to teach them about healthier options, over the unhealthier things we often see advertised on TV and in magazines.
However, Cooking isn’t an easy subject to start with! For that reason, cooking kits are the ideal place to start. Everything is included, you simply follow the instructions, and away you go!
To help you find the best cooking kits to teach your children how to become a culinary whizz, check out the 10 options below.
Eat2Explore – The fun thing about this particular cooking kit is that it doesn’t only teach your child how to cook, but it also teaches them about traditional foods from specific countries. Each box is themed from a place and comes with the spices and information need to make the recipes contained within it. You also get information about the country, so the educational side carries on!
Bookakery Boxes – This particular subscription has a different theme per month, e.g. monsters, travel, etc. Each box comes with tools to crate the recipes (child friendly), three recipes, and information on what you need. There are also sticks and fun activities to do together too.
Little Sous – This box is posted to you monthly and contains tools that are completely child-friendly, sticks and activity cars, as well as specific recipe cards that you can make together. The fun thing is that your child can do the cooking themselves, because the tools are so safe for them to use.
KidStir – This monthly box contains three recipes for you to create together, a magazine full of information on the food you’re creating, stickers, and other activity-based learning activities to help your child understand nutrition.
Raddish Kids – This is another monthly subscription kit that includes three themed recipes, as well as one tool per month to help your child build up their cooking collection. You’re also given a shopping list for everything to create the recipes, so you can go out with your child and shop for your ingredients.
Young Chef’s Club – This particular subscription is aimed towards slightly older children, so over 8 years. This isn’t because of the difficulty but more because of the design of the box. Each monthly delivery comes with three recipes, a list of things you need, tools, and activities to try.
Baketivity Funfetti Muffins Baking Kit – Most children have a sweet tooth and if that sums up your child, this baking set will be ideal for them. Boxes come with a specific recipe theme, so you may have cupcakes, muffins, bread, etc. All the information you need to get started is inside, including the ingredients already weighed out and measured.
Kids Baking Club – This is a great subscription for kids who love to be a part of something, e.g. a club! Each box comes with five recipes and all the tools you need. The subscription also allows you to connect to an online portal, where your child can explore other recipes and connect with other young bakers.
Veggie Buds Club – If you struggle to get your child to eat their veggies, this subscription box could help. There are recipes included, seeds for growing vegetables, and plenty of activities that help your child understand why eating vegetables is so important.
Fresh Baked Cookie Crate – This is another great idea for kids who love to bake more than cook. The ingredients to make each particular type of cookie is included in each monthly delivery, as well as tools and fun-filled games to play together whilst the cookies are in the oven!
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