Kidstir to see if it would encourage Noodle to start cooking.
Kidstir boxes are packaged in a similar fashion to other boxes like Kiwi Crate. In the initial box, you get a cookbook binder that the child can personalize with his/her name. Each box also comes with three tool or food items and several recipes linked by a theme.
The theme of our first box was "Bake Me Happy." It came with the binder:
The instructions were pretty simple. I tried to let Noodle do as much of it on his own as possible. (You can see the whisk in the photo below) I acted as his sous chef by gathering ingredients and tools for him.
There was a moment of panic when Daddy opened the oven without thinking and the popovers started to deflate. They seemed to rally, though!
Everyone thought they were delicious and Noodle was really proud of his creation! We are looking forward to trying the other two recipes soon.
I think this box offers a nice introduction to cooking for children. The recipes aren't too difficult and I like that they include useful tools in each box. We are already looking forward to the next one!
I hope they do something fun for the holidays!!!
(I did not receive compensation in any form for this review and all opinions are my own.)