Teach your kids new recipes and their way around the kitchen with cooking subscription kits!
With the craze of Master Chef Kids and Kids Baking Championship, kids, tweens and teens are eager to get in the kitchen and create something delicious! Why not guide them through with Cooking Kits that will teach new recipes and the way around the kitchen! Bringing kids in the kitchen this summer will not only be educational but will feed the family!
Samantha Barnes, former middle school teacher and owner of Raddish Kids wanted to “educate families in their own home through food”. Raddish, a subscription based cooking club for kids brings kids in the kitchen and families to the table.
As the summer approaches, it is a perfect time to introduce cooking subscription boxes into your home. The “summer slide” is a thing that all parents try to avoid. While most parents are concerned about learning loss from reading, math and geography and focused on filling the calendar with camps to keeps kids busy, Raddish provides edible education bringing confidence, active hands and a happy heart!
A chef curated box is developed every month with three recipes cards, culinary skills lesson, a history lesson going along with the theme of the box and a tabletop game to gather the family can be delivered to your doorstep every month with Raddish Kids. With no expiration date and lessons that can be used more than once, kids cooking subscriptions are worth the monthly investment. There are other cooking subscription boxes including Foodstirs, focused on baked goods and all things sweet, delivers a GMO Free line of baking mixes and kits to stock your pantry and create with your kids.
Navigating through a kitchen and even grocery store is something that most people learn far into adult age, but the importance and educational aspect of cooking is one that is underestimated. While measuring, math is being exposed, the combination of specific ingredients is as good as a science experiment and the culture of food brings you on a journey around the world. Food is such an important part of our life and all the cultures around us, it brings people together unlike anything else!
We tried the granola bars, “Farmhouse Flatbread” and the Strawberry Shortcakes from the Garden Box! All recipes were simple to navigate through and taste amazing!
Read the full story, including a recipe and a video at The Dallas Morning News
Happy summer & happy cooking!