Tuesday

Bake Sale Fun w/ Kidstir


I love spending time in the kitchen with my kids baking and I hope that someday my kiddos can look back and hold the same memories of their time with family as I do. I truly believe this is the reason my children, have such a love for baking and cooking themselves, especially my oldest son, Dane.  Usually each child is responsible for one night a week cooking dinner (if they choose).  Not to mention, we almost always bake weekly if we've got spare time.


Recently, Dane has fallen in love with the popular kid's chef/cooking shows and is determined to become a great cook himself.  We are constantly turning our kitchen into a classroom as I teach him all the do's and dont's as well as any special tricks.  So when we first discovered Kidstir, I knew it was going to be something my children would absolutely love.

"With monthly hands-on kits, kids get to build their own cookbooks, try new foods, and learn all about where food comes from. They also will gain important life skills in the kitchen—and cook up some fun family memories!" Each kit comes with 2 child sized cooking tools, shopping lists, 3 fun games and puzzles, and so much more.

Not only was Dane psyched about the arrival of his new box, Declan was pretty pumped about this month's theme and being a part of the baking too!  This time around, we received the Bake My Day Kit which was perfect as we move into the Spring.  We had just helped out with our schools Bake Sale and so my boys were already planning to do their own.  Because this kit includes things like bake sale price tags, the boys felt like they were beyond prepared to start their own baking business!

Jam-packed with pictures and step-by-step instructions, your kids will honestly have a blast putting together their own meals and treats.  Plus new prepaid 12 month subscriptions, will get a special cookbook binder to keep together all KidStir recipes as well as any special family ones your little one wants to keep.

The boys loved using the mini rolling pin and super spatula which came with their box.  They felt as if they were little professionals like on the TV shows they've been watching.  It was definitely a fun craft for all of us to create together and we've since then tried to make it even more of a tradition with KidStir.

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