The other day we presented you with some great gift ideas for the parents on your list, now it's time for their kids! If you've got a good eater or a budding chef to buy for, one of these gift ideas will definitely satiate their appetite! For the wee ones, there's a set of I heart food bibs — in take out, tacos, and sushi — and for the older ones there's Jennifer Low's Kids Kitchen: 100 Yummy No-Knives, Heat-Safe Recipes That Children Can Really Make. There's also aprons for girls and boys, and play restaurants and kitchens to inspire them. Scroll through for all of our gift ideas and leave your ideas in the comments below!
Last week I introduced my cousin Caroline who is 11 going on 25. She is the oldest of four children, and loves helping her mom around the kitchen, so I thought it would be fun to get her a little cooking kit. I asked you to help me find a cooking kit that was age appropriate, informative and challenging. You bookmarked your finds in the TeamSugar Yum Market with the keyword tag Kid's Cooking Kit.
Lots of kits involve miniature kitchen gadgets instead of actual recipes and cooking techniques. I really liked the recipe box found by mellie_608, but my favorite was the Pizza Making Kit. It comes with an apron, recipe, and fun little pan so Caroline can host her own pizza party whenever she wants! Plus, it will teach her basic culinary methods such as how to grate cheese and slice mushrooms. Thanks for finding this gruaig_rua!
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