When I started my blog I had three young children who were really keen on learning to cook, they were my Little Cooks. I even did a weekly link up called Kids in the Kitchen where we would post what recipes we’d cooked up together that week. I’d have signed up to a subscription box like Little Cooks in an instant back then. Most of my kids cook independently now, but I do still have one little cook in the house.
What is Little Cooks?
Little Cooks is a monthly box of ingredients and a recipe to bake something healthy with your little ones. If you’ve been reading me for a while, you’ll already know how much I love subscription boxes. I love the convenience and inspiration that they can provide.
So What is inside a Little Cooks Subscription box?
- All the dry organic ingredients to cook healthy, tasty bakes
- Easy to follow recipes with step-by-step instructions
- Additional child-friendly recipes for family meals
- Collectable stickers
- Table talk cards to spark fun and laughter at the dinner table
- Fun activities, games and extras
Everyone’s first kit will include an annual record book so that little cooks can record their fun, learning and stickers.
Every 3 months your little cook will progress to a new level, earning a badge and certificate at each stage. A very special gift awaits little cooks who complete their whole record book!
How Much Does Little Cooks Cost?
The costing depends on how many boxes you order, so you have a choice.
You can choose to pay monthly for £12.99 and cancel at any time, or you can pay £35.99 for 3 months subscription which saves you 8%. Or if you wish you can prepay £59.99 for a 6 month subscription saving 23%, or 12 Months for £99.99 a massive 36% saving, making each box only £8.33.
There is also a Little Cooks Shop where you can purchase single boxes, one off recipe kits and cooking utensils.
Click on one of the links in this post and you may even get a special offer on your first order 😉
Recipes for Learning to Cook
If you want an idea of some of the recipes that Little Cooks offer, then do check out their recipe page. It really is fantastic.
The rainbow pizza looks amazing and I would never have thought of making one with a quinoa base. I’m going to try this for myself seeing as I can’t eat regular pizza, it’s a fabulous gluten free way to enjoy it.
I also really want to make the banana bread, it’s made from gram flour (chickpea flour) so also gluten free. In fact my mouth is watering just thinking about it. And it’s so simple I can let the kids make it themselves.
Have you tried Little Cooks? Would it be something you and your children would be interested in?
Disclosure: I am an affiliate for Little Cooks and the links in this post are affiliate links. This means that if you click them and go on to purchase something, they will not cost you anything more but may earn me a little money, so thank you in advance.