I love subscription boxes. It’s so fun when a box of goodies shows up at your door. My two favorites are Door to Door Organics which I get weekly and Stitch Fix which I get from time to time. My husband loves Cairn for his outdoor adventures. And now my kids have one called Cooking’s Cool. We tried it out recently and the kids had so much fun with it.
Cooking’s Cool offers seasonal cooking kits for kids. We tried out the winter kit which included an apron, bandana, book, kid-friendly recipes, craft, wooden spoon, whisk and bracelet. My kids loved the box because it was geared specifically towards them.
We started out by reading the adorable story about a class that makes alphabet soup.
The box included two great recipes, one for alphabet soup and the other for mini lasagnas. I was unable to locate alphabet letters at my local supermarket so we made the mini lasagnas. My daughter put on the apron and bandana and we got to work. We had never cooked with wonton wrappers before so it was new and exciting for them.
The lasagnas came out of the oven right before we went to kids yoga. When we came home they were perfect for dinner and my daughter declared them “out of this world”. The rest of us agreed, they were amazing!
Cooking’s Cool is great if you have little chefs who are interested in being involved in the kitchen. We tried out the winter kit and loved it.. I can’t wait to see what’s in the spring kit!
The kind people over at Cooking’s Cool are offering a winter kit to a Vegging at the Shore reader which has a $30 value. Click below to enter and good luck!
Disclosure: I was provided with a Cooking’s Cool kit in exchange for a review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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