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I don't know about you, but my kiddos LOVE to help in the kitchen. I am always looking for kid-friendly recipes and safe kitchen tools that allow them to be more active in our day-to-day food prep. Kidstir is an amazing subscription service that can get any kiddo interested in preparing healthy foods, no matter their skill level.
With Kidstir's monthly hands-on kits, kids get to build their own cookbooks, try new foods, and learn all about where food comes from. They also gain important life skills in the kitchen—and cook up some fun family memories!
What's in the box:
-Two kid-sized tools and a specialty ingredient
-Three step-by-step recipes covering all food groups
-Digital and printed shopping list
-Three fun games and activities
-Digital recipes, downloadables and videos
-*SUBSCRIPTION BONUS* Personalizable and collectible cookbook binder
Kidstir has 17 different kits, including several full of fun holiday treats. We received the Summer Sips Kit.
The kiddos learned about solar energy and practiced knife skills while making Strawberry Sun Tea.
|Their favorite project from this kit:)|
They had more knife practice and enjoyed their new peeler making a Summer Cooler.
They brushed up on scooping skills with a S'Mores Shake.
Both kiddos really enjoyed these cooking projects and walked away with sharper skills than before they started. They also loved adding a few kid-friendly utensils to our stash:)
Kidstir kits can be purchased individually for $24.95 or as a subscription for $19.95/month and make great gifts!
Kidstir has offered ABCD Diaries readers 25% off their first kit! Go to Kidstir.com/Partner and the discount will be applied at check out.
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