Kidstir Review September 2016

Kidstir Review September 2016

I’m a baker, I have been since I was little. My favourite memories from childhood were baking Christmas cookies with my Mom. And now that I am older, baking is my stress reliever. If I could bake all day, every day, I would. Obviously I jumped at the chance to review a baking subscription for kids. Are you kidding me! I would have LOVED a box like this when I was young. Like really, really, loved…..


If you aren’t familiar with Kidstir it is a kid’s subscription box that delivers fun cooking kits to your door each month. Get a kit of delicious recipes, kid-size tools, and fun games & activities!


The Box: Kidstir

Cost: $15.95 per month

What You Get: 2 kid-sized cooking tools and themed activity materials, A digital and printed shopping list, 3 fun games and puzzles, 3 step-by-step recipes covering all food groups, 3 educational foodie pages, An e-newsletter packed with recipes and printable.

**All new subscribers receive 2 free years of FamilyFun, Parents or Rachael Ray Magazine 🙂
Prepaid 12 month subscriptions also include a BONUS cookbook binder shipped alongside your first kit- a $24 value**

Ships to: US

Shipping Cost: $3.95

Subscription Details

My favourite part of the Kidstir subscription is the bonus cookbook you get with the 12-month subscription plan. But, if you don’t want to commit to a full year, you can opt for the monthly plan, 3-month plan, or 6-month plan.

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Bonus Cookbook Binder

This little cookbook binder is wonderful! It fits the recipe cards perfectly, and it is divided into different sections – breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, etc…..

3 Step-by-Step Recipes

This month we received three recipes – apple crisp, banana bread, and poppin popovers. Each recipe has step-by-step instructions, photos, ingredient list and tool list. They are very easy to follow.

3 Educational Foodie Pages

We also received a foodie page to go with each recipe – a world of bananas, whipped cream, and popover experiment.

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Each box comes with cooking tools and I think this is such a great idea. What kid wouldn’t want their own baking tools. This month we received two baking staples – whisk and puppy pot holder.

Kidstir Review September 2016 – Final Thoughts

I am just in love with this subscription box. I think this is such a great idea. Kids LOVE to bake. Or at least I did when I was a kid, and so do all my nieces. And what a fun way for them to learn different baking techniques. I think this is one of the best kids subscriptions I have reviewed. Normally I don’t get too excited about kids subscriptions, but I am super excited about this one. Oh, and as if I’m not going to use the popover recipe for myself. I have ALWAYS wanted to learn how to make popovers. Love it!





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