Raddish Kids Cooking Subscription Box Review + Coupons – November 2020

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Raddish is a monthly kids’ activity box centering around food and cooking! Designed for kids 4 to 14+, each themed box will include 3 illustrated recipe guides, 3 culinary skill cards, a creative kitchen project, kid-friendly tools and collectibles such as Table Talk cards, a culinary tool, and an iron-on Raddish patch. Themes range from Seasonal Spotlights to Global Cuisine and Creative Cookery to Holiday Celebrations. Although the ingredients are not included, they email you a shopping list for each month’s recipes before your kit is shipped.


  • Get $15 off when you sign up for a 6 month subscription! Just use this link and use the coupon code ATHOME at checkout.
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  • PLUS Get a FREE apron with your first box when you sign up for a 6+ month subscription!

They offer a monthly membership for $24/month, a 6-month membership for an upfront payment of $132 ($22/month), and a 12-month membership for an upfront payment of $240 ($20/month). For those who are getting the 6 and 12-month memberships, expect a free apron in your box.

Featured on the inner part of the box’s flap are Raddish Kids’ social media handles where you can share your cooking experience.

All the items were neatly packed inside the box.

This month’s theme is Gourmet Gobble! Inside the envelope are small cards containing some culinary skill lessons, guides with fun and exciting activities.

The envelope lists ways on how you can connect with Raddish Kids on social media, as well as a sneak peek for next month’s theme. They also have bonus content on their website, called Bonus Bites, which includes a Spotify playlist that the kids can listen to while cooking, dietary modifications for the recipes in the box, and even lesson plans to accompany the kit.

The back also includes a fun word search game!

This card contains all the information you need to know about this month’s box. It lists all the culinary skills your kids will be acquiring, the recipe names, collectibles, and other games and activities.

The back of the card provides a complete grocery list for all the featured recipes this month. The recipes are Thanksgiving Vegetable Trio, Baked Mac and Cheese, and Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars.

There’s also a survey card for our family’s Thanksgiving preferences.

My son answered the survey!

Here’s a card where the kids can graph the results of our survey.

My son did the graph to represent the results of the survey he conducted! Pumpkin pie was the winner!

We also received exclusive Table Talk conversation starter cards.

Each card contains some questions for a great table talk conversation. They come in a sheet and you can easily tear them down.

My daughter had fun answering the questions!

Everything in my November 2020 box!

Another bonus item is a patch and it represents this month’s theme.

This month’s featured tool is a whisk. This is used to blend ingredients smooth and to incorporate air into a mixture. It has a red handle and the grip is good.

Here are this month’s recipe guides!

Thanksgiving Vegetable Trio. The first recipe consists of 3 vegetable dishes.

Active Kitchen Time: 10-30 minutes per dish

Bake Time: 0-30 minutes per dish

Yield: 4-6 servings per dish

In this activity, the kids will learn about proper slicing and cutting techniques when preparing Brussels sprouts, as well as how to safely handle a knife.

Inside the booklet are the recipe’s ingredients and the needed tools. There’s also a portion that discusses palate development and traditional Thanksgiving meals.

For the Spinach Gratin, the ingredients are chopped spinach, half & half, Parmesan cheese, garlic powder, kosher salt, and mozzarella cheese. For the Orange-Glazed Carrots, the recipe needs carrots, orange juice, butter, kosher salt, bacon, and maple syrup. Lastly, for the Maple Bacon Brussels Sprouts, the ingredients are Brussels sprouts, olive oil, kosher salt, cooked bacon, and maple syrup.

Here’s a step-by-step procedure accompanied by illustrations, making it easy to understand even for kids.

My younger son prepared the Brussels sprouts for the Maple Bacon Brussles Sprouts dish.

Then, my older son added olive oil and salt to the bowl of Brussels sprouts. The next step is to put them on a foil-lined baking sheet, and bake for 30 minutes.

After baking, he also put maple syrup on the top of Brussels sprouts for a touch of sweetness!

Lastly, he added bacon bits to complete this meal! It looks and smells very appetizing!

The kids loved it! They have no problem with eating vegetables, and this definitely is a new favorite!

Next, my kids made the Orange-glazed Carrots. As instructed, my son put a generous amount of orange juice on the carrots. Butter and salt were also added before boiling the mixture.

When it was done, he added a little garnish on the bowl to make it look more inviting.

Carrots are one of my kids’ favorite veggies and this recipe made it more enjoyable for them!

The last vegetable dish is the Spinach Gratin. My son prepared the milk needed to make this meal.

My youngest daughter also joined and they added lots of mozzarella before baking it. They’re so excited because they love cheese!

After baking for 30 minutes, here’s how the Spinach Gratin turned out! Yum! It was insanely delicious!

Baked Mac & Cheese. The second recipe is an upgraded Baked Mac & Cheese!

Active Kitchen Time: 40 – 50 minutes

Bake Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 6-8 servings

This time, the kids will learn how to make a roux, a mixture of flour and fat.

Inside the booklet are the recipe’s ingredients and the needed tools. There’s also a portion where the history of macaroni is discussed.

Ingredients for this recipe include dried cavatappi pasta, sharp white cheddar cheese, Monterey jack cheese, Gruyere (or Swiss) cheese, butter, flour, whole milk, kosher salt, ground black pepper, ground mustard powder, panko bread crumbs, grated parmesan cheese, and olive oil.

As always, the guide is helpful, as each step is accompanied by an illustration!

My kids helped each other prepare the ingredients needed for this recipe.

With my assistance, my son added small amounts of milk while whisking it. A little got on the stove 🙂

Now, it’s time to prepare the grated cheese, mustard powder, salt, and pepper!

More cheese for a more delicious result!

My son placed the cheese mixture on top of the prepared macaroni before baking it.

After baking for 30 minutes, the top turned golden brown!

This is indeed a delicious meal! My kids loved preparing the roux and they were all happy with how yummy this dish turned out.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars. The last recipe is a yummy dessert made with pumpkin!

Active Kitchen Time: 35 minutes

Bake Time: 35 minutes

Chill Time: 4 hours

Yield: 12 servings

For this recipe, the featured culinary skill is using an electric mixer. They provided a guidelines about the speed settings plus safety tips.

All the ingredients and tools are listed inside, as well as design inspirations for the cheesecake bars and a word ladder that kids can solve.

The ingredients for this dessert recipe include butter, gingersnap cookies, cream cheese, sugar, eggs, flour, kosher salt, canned pumpkin, and pumpkin pie spice.

According to the instructions, the kids have to place this sweet dish on the refrigerator after baking before they can fully enjoy it!

The gingersnaps were placed in the food processor. My son had fun while waiting for it to become a powder!

He then prepared the other ingredients in a large bowl.

It’s now time to decorate the dessert!

He had a designed planned and I’m pretty sure it’s a good one!

He got this idea from the booklet. It’s starting to look good!

After baking it for 40 minutes, my kids refrigerated it until it became firm.

Of course, my kids also sliced them into bars!

They taste great and even the texture of the bars is perfect!

My kids learned a lot of things while making the delicious recipes this month. Every dish involved different kitchen skills, including making a roux and using an electric mixer. The instructions were clear and easy to follow, so my kids didn’t have a hard time doing them. Although the ingredients aren’t included in the box, there’s a shopping list that makes it easy for us to shop for what we need. Everything turned out really delicious, from the veggies to the mac and cheese to the dessert bar. My kids’ favorite is the mac and cheese and I have to agree because it was easy to prepare and it turned out really yummy! This subscription is an excellent way of encouraging kids to learn about what goes on in the kitchen. The skills they learn through this subscription will be useful for them even in the future, and it’s introduced them to new flavors in a kid-friendly way!

What do you think of this month’s box?

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