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Kidstir is a monthly subscription box that encourages kids to have a happy and healthy connection with food. Each month features a hands-on kit and includes items to build their own cookbooks, try new foods and learn where the food comes from. Monthly subscriptions are $15.95 + $3.95 shipping with cheaper rates when you pay in advance for a 6 or 12-month subscription.
Your first month you will receive a special cookbook binder + a 2-year subscription of Family Fun, Parents or Rachael Ray Magazine.
You will also receive your first month and every month thereafter,
- 3 step by step recipes covering all of the food groups,
- 3 educational foodie pages,
- 2 kids sized cooking utensils and themed activity materials,
- a digital and printed shopping list,
- 3 fun games and puzzles,
- an e-newsletter packed with recipes and printables
Here’s what we received for our first month
This month featured Amazing Appetizers and step by step recipes to make Tiny Toasts, Cauliflower Crunchies, and Mini Pizza Friends. We also received a kitchen artist brush and a stirring spoon.
So far we’ve only had a chance to make the Mini Pizza Friends. My 5-year-old loves helping me in the kitchen and hopefully my other two daughters will enjoy it when they get a little older as well. I really like the idea of Kidstir and that it encourages fun and healthy eating habits. Not to mention it’s a great way to bond with our kids.
(Our Cute Mini Pizza Faces We made)
You can also find out more about kidstir here or click on the banner below to order.