Subscription Box: Kidstir - Cooking Kits for Kids

June 3, 2016


Disclosure: I received Kidstir for review purposes only. Some links are affiliate links. All opinions are my own.

Do you have a budding chef at home? Help them learn to cook with Kidstir, a monthly subscription service offering home-delivered cooking kits that provide hands-on food adventures for our children. Once a month, receive 3 recipes, that have been tried and tested with real families to ensure that everything is fun, learning-filled, easy to use, and delicious. Kids build their very own cookbook along the way, as a fantastic keepsake, while learning to cook. Read below to learn more about what comes in your monthly cooking kit.

Kidstir's Mission: to educate, engage, and empower kids about good food and cooking while spending meaningful time with their families.

What your first box will contain:

* A special cookbook binder to collect all your monthly recipes, foodie pages, games, and activities;
(binder includes 12 chapter dividers: breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, appetizers, salads, sides, soups, bakery, drinks, desserts, celebrations);
* 3 step-by-step recipes;
* 3 educational foodie pages;
* 2 kid-sized cooking tools and themed activity materials;
* A digital and printed shopping list of ingredients needed for recipes;
* 3 fun games and puzzles;
* An e-newsletter packed with recipes and printables; and
* Two year subscription to FamilyFun, Parents, or EveryDay with Rachael Ray Magazine

Cost Options:

Prices start at $12.95 per month, with 1, 3, 6, and 12 month terms available. Kits are also available for individual purchase of $19.95. Shipping to USA is $3.95 per kit. Canadian shipping is available for an extra charge.

Monthly is $15.95 plus $3.95 for shipping;
3 month subscriptions are $15.95 each plus $3.95 shipping;
6 month subscriptions are $14.50 each plus $3.95 shipping; and
12 month subscription are $12.95 each plus $3.95 shipping.

This Month's Recipes Included:


We had so much fun preparing these recipes. Easy to follow. Fun to make!

This month's cooking tools included measuring cups and reusable cupcake baking cups:


My daughter loves having her own tools and cookbook!


All recipes on the Kidstir website are printable and sized to fit perfectly into the Kidstir cookbook.
Visit the DIY section for recipes and look for the printer icon.


We love this subscription box. We love the recipe binder that we can add to and keep for all our recipes. I love the prompt it gives me to get my kids in the kitchen and help out, while teaching cooking skills and sharing tips! We think it is a great concept and my daughter would love the subscription every month :) Kids love getting stuff in the mail! Buy one for your budding chef and enjoy the rewards.

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