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Fun Kid’s Party Idea!

I just found a super fun kid’s party idea! You’d be the coolest mom (or Nana) on the block with this. Who knows, you might even start a whole new party trend in your neighborhood!

For your son or daughter’s next birthday or holiday bash, host a Kid’s Cooking Party. Given the price of parties these days, the kids cooking party kits are relatively inexpensive and super cool.  Not only that, they educate and entertain all at once — and the kids make their own meal.  What more could you ask for from a kid’s party?

If you host a Cookie Baking Party for 6 kids your kit will include:

  • 6 x 100% cotton adjustable chef’s hats (various colours)
  • 6 x 100% cotton aprons (various colours)
  • 12 x durable cookie cutters in various shapes – great for playdough too!
  • 6 x mini wooden spoons
  • 6 x mini rolling pins
  • 3 x laminates:
  • 1 x party running list – so everyone has a fun time including the host
  • 1 x recipe card
  • 1 x shopping & utensils list
  • 1 x fun food quiz

Or, how about a Pizza Party for 12 instead? That kit includes:

  • 1 x party running list so the party runs smoothly and everyone has fun, including the host!
  • 2 x Illustrated step-by-step, wipe clean recipe books filled with pizza baking tips and delicious recipes
  • 1 x shopping list & utensils list
  • 12 x Aprons with red gingham trim
  • 6 x commercial quality Pizza Trays
  • 6 x Mini Wooden Spoons
  • 6 x Mini Rolling Pins
  • 1 x fun food quiz
  • 1 x laminated recipe card

Both the Cookie Baking Party and the Pizza Making Party come in six and twelve packs. You may also order single baking kits and individual items in case you have an odd number of kids.

This just looks too fun! Melli?


  1. This DOES indeed look fun! I might just have to do it just for a “get-together” with some of Luz’s friends! If I do, you KNOW there will be pictures! LOL!

      1. Melli — did you read all three postage options? The cheapest one takes 3 months for delivery. Yikes! The middle one takes just over a week and seemed reasonable. Airfreight was horrendous and in some instances cost almost as much as the kit.

  2. What a cute idea: it’s nice the kids get their meal *and* something to take home to use again. But after reading the postage costs, I’m thinking aprons are simple to run up on a sewing machine, bandanas can do for chefs hats, and cookie cutters are cheap! LOL

  3. Okay, I think I might be the only one, but I’m actually horrified at the idea of a gaggle of kids in my kitchen cooking. Yeah, yeah… useful skills and all that. But I’ve seen my kids cook. Both of them did a great job opening the eggs. Neither one managed to get it in the bowl. 🙂 And using the oven- Oy.
    .-= Lisa´s last blog ..I’m actually doing okay =-.

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