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Kitchen Tools and Gadgets for the Kids

Kids in the Kitchen is about more than just letting kids mix up a batch of cookie dough. #KidsintheKitchen is a series that encourages kids to explore their creativity and expand their taste buds. Creating a space where children are comfortable is the first step to getting them excited to help prep and prepare a meal or come up with a new recipe ideas. This collection of the kitchen tools and gadgets is a great way to empower kids to do more, make more, create more, think more.
Kitchen Tools and Gadgets for Kids #kidsinthekitchen

Non-Stick Silicon Baking Mat Set The non stick surface makes for easy removal of baked goods and leaves cooking sheets clean.

OXO Good Grips Measuring Cups The large sturdy handles gives little hands more control and less spilling.

Indoor Greenhouse Kit Get kids excited about fresh food and herbs buy growing them yourself.

Chopchop Magazine Subscription This publication provides inspiration and ideas that brings kids and their families together in the kitchen.

Curious Chef Plastic Knife Chop fruits and veggies with ease while keeping little fingers safe from traditional metal blades.

Geometric Cookie Cutters All bakers need basics shapes to create delicious sweets and treats.

OXO Wooden Spoon Set No kitchen is complete without sturdy wooden spoons for mixing and cooking.

Snap Fit Measuring Spoons This ingenuous double sided design is perfect for multiple sized jars and bottles.

EasyLunchboxes Bento Lunch Box Containers Kids will be excited to create healthy “lunchables” at home with fresh ingredients.

Cow Kitchen Timer Keep things fun with this MOO-ing kitchen timer.

PB & J Spoon No more multipe knives being used for 1 sandwich with this dual edge spreader.

Mixing Bowls with Handle Little hands will appreciate the handle on these brightly colored mixing bowls.

While some of these tools and gadgets are whimsical they are all useful in just about any kitchen. Teach safety first to ensure fewer accidents and mishaps. Do you have any suggestions for kitchen must haves for kids?

Come join me and my co-hosts, Sarah of Play to Learn with Sarah, Paula at Frosted Fingers and Sara at Sensibly Sara, each week linking up a post, new or old, that feature the theme Kids in the Kitchen. It doesn’t matter what you are doing as long as you are doing it together, enjoying it and learning something along the way.

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