14 Gifts For Kids Who Love To Cook
Bakers Gonna Bake
A budding baker will find everything they need for mixing, rolling, cutting, and frosting their sweet treats. These tools are high-quality, too, so you can expect them to last until they're ready for their first grown-up baking set.
Kids can learn to peel and slice food with this rounded kitchen knife, peeler, and (best of all) finger guard from Opinel.
Pancakes for Padawans
Jedi knights in training can add pancake-making skills to their repertoire with this set of character-shaped molds.
Worth the Whisk
Kids can pretend to whip up the mess-free mixtures of their choice thanks to this Chrome Hand Mixer, complete with working beaters and buttons.
Stir the Pot
Melissa & Doug's stainless steel set of pretend pots and pans will introduce little ones to the art of cooking and cleaning up after, thanks to a matching storage rack.
Help your own princess keep clean with this ice-blue, Princess Elsa-approved apron.
Out of This World
No, you won't have to *force* your kid to don this sleek Darth Vader apron in the kitchen.
Short (Order) Cook
Children ages three and up can get their first taste of cooking with this retro-inspired wooden kitchen from Teamson Kids.
Knead Between the Lines
This interactive, illustrated book teaches toddlers how to make pizza, from forming the dough to cutting a slice of their picture-perfect pie.
Lunch and Learn
This colorful atlas and cookbook introduces kids to dishes from all 50 states, the nation's capital, and three territories. With 54 recipes and full-color photographs, it's a feast for the eyes and belly.
Kids can bake their own madeleines (small French sponge cakes) with this baking plaque and sugar sifter from American Girl. Better yet, this set includes six gift boxes, tags, twine, and stickers for wrapping — a gift that keeps on giving.
Silicone molds transform liquids into super-cool polar-themed ice pops, chocolates, and ice cubes.
Witches and wizards will be glad to trade their wands for these Hogwarts spatulas, at least while they're cooking.
Taste the Rainbow
With a little help from an adult, kids can bake the the six-layered, candy-filled Rainbow Explosion Cake from Amirah Kassem's Soho-based Flour Shop bakery.