Cooking Up Fun: Tools for Your Young Chef

By Giggle Magazine
Tools for Your Young Chef

Having help in the kitchen is always nice and can also spark a lifelong love of cooking for your kids! If you have a budding chef, finding the right age appropriate, useful and fun kitchen gadgets are key to their culinary success! We have rounded up some of the most fun kiddo inspired tools for your young chef!

Curious Chef, Starter Set


With genuine, high quality cooking utensils, your little chef extraordinaire will be off to a great start to help you in the kitchen making that holiday feast or preparing delicious cookies for a decorating contest. Both starter sets include an apron, whisk, mixing spatula, spoon, cookie cutter and measuring cups

Sterline, Non-Slip Mixing Bowls


Help them mix-up their kitchen creations with these non-slip bowls. Perfect to give them a little extra help and independence, these bowls will stick to the counter so they can stir up their favorite recipes without having a parent or adult help them.

Kid Chef by Melina Hammer

$15.99, Books-A-Million

Hammer has crafted a book of inspiring kids recipes for everything from snacks to main dishes to desserts and even teaches skills like how to stock the pantry, create a grocery list, handle knives safely and use the stove.

R2D2 Star Wars Popcorn Maker


Have fun with this fresh popcorn maker where they can make a variety of popcorn using different types and colors of kernels, oils and butters to put their own unique spins on popcorn while having fun with an out of this world popcorn machine.

Real Cooking, Ultimate Baking Starter Set


For kiddos who love to make sweet treats, this is the perfect set for them to create delicious and beautiful cupcakes. This set includes real cooking utensils, silicone cupcake mold, pastry bags, pastry tips, an egg cracker, mixing bowl, cupcake mix, frosting and sprinkles.


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