Kidstir is a fantastic kids’ monthly cooking subscription box. You get a themed cooking kit sent to your door every month. Every box includes 3 recipes and some accessories for each – 2 kid-sized tools and a special extra. On an annual plan, your first box comes with a great recipe binder to store all the recipes in so you can revisit your favorites. My youngest is my kitchen helper and he is loving getting all these kid-size tools to use (check out the last picture)!
Plus, when you subscribe to an annual subscription you’ll also get a FREE cookbook binder! Plus all subscriptions get a bonus 2 years to select print magazines!
You will always get 2 kid-sized tools and one special extra in every box! They include a contents list on the inside lid of the box.
The theme for November is Gobbling Good Fixings which is perfect for the November box. We are actually hosting Thanksgiving at our house this year and I can’t wait to try these out.
The back of the information card lists a shopping list so that you can grab all the ingredients you need for each recipe.
Everything in my November KidStir box.
First recipe in the box is for Zesty Cranberry Sauce. This recipe came with a kid size spoon it up tool! Each recipe comes with a list of ingredients and skills needed and some instructions on how to make it. This recipe looks easy enough so we might try it out. I’m not a huge cranberry fan but it isn’t Thanksgiving without them and this would be a fun twist on them.
The second recipe is for popcorn bread. I have never heard of such a thing. It is basically a cornbread made with ground up popcorn. This one has me really intrigued and I know that Caleb will love helping me make it. This one came with an extra of place card holders. I already had to grab these from him since he was ready to write them up.
The final recipe is for awesome apple stuffing! Stuffing is one my favorite parts of Thanksgiving and this one looks yummy. Unfortunately for me, my grandmother always bring the stuffing so I won’t be able to make this for Thanksgiving but I am keeping it to add or another nights meals. This recipe came with such a cute little apron so the kids will be already to help in their dressy dinner finest.
He could not wait to try on the apron and check it out. It was late but he still wanted to cook something. I told him tomorrow he could be my helper. I guess I need to make sure I have a dinner plan that is helper friendly.
Another great KidStir box with some perfect for Thanksgiving recipes. We are already prepping our shopping lists and deciding on all our options and we will be adding a couple of these to the list. They will be great fun to make and my son loves to help out when he can. I will admit that he isn’t the only one who is loving the kid size tools and I’ve been using them as well. They are the perfect size for making smaller meals for our family however with so many people coming for Thanksgiving I’ll have to use my big tools while he helps with the smaller ones. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Have you cooked with KidStir? What are you making for Thanksgiving this year?