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Teaching Kids to Cook with Kidstir

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We received a Kidstir Kit to facilitate our review. The opinions, expressed are my own.

Kidstir is making our kitchen more of a focal point than ever before. Miss M dreams of leaving for Paris to become a pastry chef. Li’l Man just likes to eat and me, I like being in the kitchen, celebrating each day with my children. From delicious meals, simple snacks and the smile of a new kitchen utensil, our kitchen is the shape of our hearts.

Miss M loves being in te kitchen a learning new recipes. She’s starting to take on her own cooking, wanting to learn more and more she can do on her own. This summer the kitchen has especially been her passion.

We had been looking for a local kid’s cooking class, but nothing yet. Then we discovered  KidStir, a monthly subscription service that utilizes kid-approved recipes and utensils to encourage new skills in the kitchen. 

Kidstir Welcome KitI was impresed by the KidStir Welcome Kit. It is filled with so much fun and inspiring things. It includes a hard bound, three ting binder style recipe to add all the new recipes. There are also straws for a delicious drink recipe, a silicone pastry brush the tiny toasts recipe, along with the  recipe cards.
Sparkling Orange Beverage #recipeWe started with the Sip Sip Hooray! recipe. Miss M described it as a “gentle bubble soda made with orange juice”. Her brother thought she was brilliant!
Cheese Fish #Recipe #NOM

The next month we received a kit that included even more fun, including a recipe for Fish Food!

Each box comes with a “sneak peek” about what’s inside. Miss M takes such delight in everything that’s so thoughtfully gathered.

Kidstir Welcome Kit what's included

The recipes are easy to do and not terribly messy, making it a plus for Mom!

Each subscription box is $19.95.

In addition to the great real-food recipes, there are learning pages. Miss M learned about cheese from different countries, various appetizers. There are small challenges to try new things, with check-off boxes to track your progress.

One recipe at a time, Miss M is learning new kitchen skills and allowing me the courage to let her work on this skill, making new creations to impress.

Mommy's Memorandum
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