Get the little ones excited about cooking
with these kid-approved kitchen accessories.
Because who can resist tiny
ninja-shaped cookies with chomps taken out?
Fred & Friends Ninja Cookie Cutter Set $11. Available at Amazon.ca.
Chances are the kids are more likely to
drink their eight ounces when they’ve got loads of bug-shaped ice cubes in it.
Fred Chillipedes Ice Tray. $8.
Available at IQ Living.
For the busy family that's always in a rush to
get out the door, this shaker is great for making milkshakes, smoothies and
slushies tout de suite.
Slush and Shake Maker. $25. Available at Williams-Sonoma.
Even if the kitchen doesn’t fare so
well, at least the children will be clean...ish.
Nutcracker Apron. $25. Available at Williams-Sonoma.
Designed especially for kids in the
double digits (age 9+), having their own knife is a great lesson in
My First Knife. $50. Available at Williams-Sonoma.
A great keepsake that encourages kids
to start building and collecting their favourite recipes.
Family Recipe Box. $52. Available at Pottery Barn Kids.
Art of Eating
An adorable-yet-educational way to
merge food and art, this History of Art placemat introduces the Masters in a
of Art Placemat. US $9. Available at MoMA Store.
Be a breakfast hero thanks to this
whimsical egg and toast shaper.
Bread Cutter. $6. Available at IQ Living.
Peeling fruits and veggies gets the
novice chef involved in dinner prep and, cross our fingers, more likely to eat
Boston Warehouse Animal House Monkey Peeler. $14. Available at Amazon.ca.
Crank up the holiday playlist and get
ready to spend a Saturday afternoon building, and of course decorating, a
House kit. $35. Available at Sweet Flour.