What's for Dinner? Ask the Kids!
“What’s for dinner?” is a common question uttered nightly by children with rumbling tummies. Savvy parents know that encouraging kids to help out in the kitchen is a great way to bond as a family and teach children about good food! Today there are several products available that take children from a “make-believe” kitchen to actually making delicious meals of their own. The Giggle Guide™ presents Sassafras, Growing Cooks and Dressing Up Dishes… a hot three-course meal of cooking sets and activities designed especially for children. Bon appetite!
Sassafras Gets Kids Really Cookin’.
Designed for children over 5, Sassafras offers over 30 different bakings sets, packaged for gift-giving, that all include recipes, ingredients and cooking tools for treats such as Zebra Cupcakes, Rocky Road Brownies, Kid’s Volcano Cakes, Kid’s Uck!Yuck! Dirt Pudding and many more!
Sassafras kits come complete with cooking tools, ingredients, recipes and instructions.
To see all the kid’s baking kits, vist www.sassafrasstore.com
Growing Cooks Makes Children Feel like Real Chefs
Growing Cooks also provides a wide selection of apparel, equipment, tools, and supplies that little chefs and bakers can use to whip up delicious creations. His and her aprons, chef’s attire and oven mitts for kids of all ages are available in a variety of colors and designs. Together with the miniature baking sets, measuring tools, and baking pans, Growing Cooks products bring out the patisserie in children.
Included in the Growing Cook’s premium line is a miniature soft-serve ice cream maker for $59.95 which can let kids make ice cream from scratch. Choose from a variety of packages to mix and match for perfect dessert treats.
For more cookware, utensils and apparel, including personalization, visit www.growingcooks.com
Dressing Up Dishes Puts on a Show in the Kitchen!
Dressing Up Dishes recipe and activity sets include delicious drinks, dishes and desserts according to different themes. Kids can enjoy wearing their summer wear in episodes such as “Tropical Treats” and “Fun in the Sun.” The sets show kids how to mix costumes and cooking for added fun. For example, kids are encouraged to don sombreros and ponchos while cooking the dishes from the episode “Nacho Ordinary Fun.”
The Starter Kit includes the cookbook, a chef’s hat and utensils for $29.95 retail. The Costume Kit for boy/girl includes a spider/princess costume, cookbook and utensils for $39.95. The Deluxe Chef Set is $39.95 and includes the cookbook, apron, chef hat, hot mitten, hot pad, napkin, rolling pin and a wooden spoon.
For more information about Dressing Up Dishes, visit http://www.dressingupdishes.com
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