10 Kid-Friendly Kitchen Tools

This kid-sized cooking gear will inspire little chefs and keep them safe too!

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Banana Slicer

Your pint-size chef can safely assist in the making of their favourite snack, sandwich or cereal topper.

by For Small Hands
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Apron Set

Keep clothes clean and let little cooks dress like a real chef. Set includes colorful hat, apron and oven mitt.

by Curious Chef
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Better Homes and Gardens New Junior Cook Book

This kid-version of the iconic Better Homes and Gardens cookbook features 65 brand-new recipes that are simple to make and a blast to eat. Perfect for little chefs just starting out in the kitchen.

by Better Homes and Gardens
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3-Piece Nylon Knife Set

Perfect for small hands, this set of serrated cutting knives feature a kid-friendly blunt tip, ergonomic handles and soft touch button grips.

by Curious Chef
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Turtle Cutting Board

This clever and whimsical turtle design is one part cutting board and one part trivet. Features a non-stick base making it perfect for pint-size chefs.

by Boston Warehouse
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Child-Size Spreader Set

Kids will have fun helping prepare snacks and lunches with these kid-sized spreaders featuring stainless steel blades and wood handles.

by For Small Hands
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Safety Food Peeler

Put your young chef to work with a peeler made just for kids.

by Kiddies Food Kutter
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Angelfish Colander

Soft grip handles and stabilizing foot makes this colander perfect for little people helping in the kitchen.

by Boston Warehouse
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OXO Good Grips Chopper

Young chefs can help chop onions, garlic and herbs with this kid-friendly tool that features an enclosed cup and soft, non-slip base. It’s as easy as pressing down on the soft knob — the blades (inside the base) do all the work.

by OXO
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Easy Sushi Roller

With just two easy steps, kids will have fun loading up there favourite ingredients for perfect at home sushi, tortilla rolls and rice paper wraps.

by Easy Sushi

Author: LocalParent

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