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This Kid's Cooking Kit Is For Science Lovers And Teaches All About The 5 Senses
Got a little one who loves helping in the kitchen? These cooking kits are about to make you the cool parent. Order them online, and these subscriptions boxes specially designed for children will come right to your doorstep. Whether you're trying to foster a family interest in cooking, teach your kid foundational culinary skills, or you're just looking for a new social distancing-friendly family activity, a cooking kit is an exciting way to make your kids feel involved in the process. To find the best cooking kit to match your family's interest, we've rounded up the best ones on the market.
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It may not be a perfect match for picky eaters but these country-specific boxes let you travel the globe by cuisine. Take this Brazilian box for example—it comes with three recipe cards, a shopping list of fresh ingredients, portioned packets of essential spices you may have a tough time finding in your regular grocery store, and education information on the country. Try the box as a one-time purchase, and if you like it, you can subscribe monthly.
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3) Little Sous
The recipes that come in Little Sous's subscription kits are a little more advanced than the other recipes you'll find on this list, and that's because they're designed for parents and kids to whip up together. Despite the more complex cooking process, they're still designed with kid's interests in mind—like this science lover's box. It offers a very tasty lesson in the chemistry of cooking.
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Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even snacks—this subscription service for kids aged 5 and up has a focus on building an interest and ability in cooking for kids to one day explore independently. It comes with kitchen tools correctly sized for kids hands, too.
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5) Baketivity Funfetti Muffins Baking Kit
Some kids are more bakers than chefs. For a child who's always excited about getting dessert ready, Baketivity is your perfect match. Available in recipe specific boxes (like this one) or monthly subscriptions, their kits come with easy-to-follow recipes, kids activity books, and parceled out ingredients.
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6) Veggie Buds Club
Veggie Buds Club
It isn't always easy to get your kids to eat their greens. But this monthly subscription box will get them excited about their veggies. Each one focuses on a different vegetable with a children's book, growing projects, recipes, and more.
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7) Sweetology Fashionista Cookie or Cupcake Decorating Kit
For the budding artist in your home, this no-bake kit focuses on decorating rather than creating desserts. In addition to five pre-filled piping bags of different colors, the kit also comes with "diva-themed" pressed sugar toppers like a tube of lipstick and high heels.
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