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Monday, October 28, 2019

KIDDOZ Makes Cooking Fun For Kids

A new interactive cookbook that turns food into a game

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  Does your family need some help in the kitchen? Does the thought of cooking sound like a chore? Maybe it is time to start making cooking a quality family experience that can also teach your kids how to cook. Instead of putting the kids in front of the TV, encourage them to help in the kitchen by making delicious meals. I know what you are thinking, my kids are too young to help with the cooking. Chefclub, the world’s leading producer of entertaining recipe videos, wants to change that way of thinking and they have launched their latest endeavor Kiddoz. Now kids as young as 4 can learn how to cook with an interactive cookbook that teaches kids how to cook and no reading skills are required.


  Kiddoz is a brand new cooking kit made specifically for kids to cook nutritious meals that are almost error-proof. With Kiddoz, children don’t even have to know how to read to follow the step by step recipe instructions. Inside every Kiddoz Kit you'll find a set of 6 colorful measuring cups with cute Chefclub characters on them that guides little chefs through easy affordable recipes that are in the interactive illustrated cookbook. Kids simply, with the help of mom or dad, learn how to measure ingredients and combine them to create delicious meals that the whole family will enjoy. The illustrated cookbook has plenty of interactive pictures to guide kids from start to finish. Just imagine the satisfaction that kids and parents will have when the sit down to a meal that the whole family prepared. Eating at home is also way healthier, it brings the family together and it saves you a ton of money



Demystify Vegetables: Kiddoz makes vegetables the STAR!


 Kiddoz is available via Kickstarter for the suggested price of $34.99 and is for ages 4 and up.

 The Kiddoz cookbook even has an app for your smartphone so kids can watch the recipe being prepared so they can cook the recipes without having to know how to read. The fun cookbook even has a shopping list so the teaching can start in the grocery store with a fun family experience. Kids who learn how to cook at an early age are less picky when it comes to mealtime. When your kid makes the food, they are more likely to eat it. The Kiddoz interactive cookbook will have your kids learning how to prepare healthy food like vegetables. Most of the recipes have fruits and veggies in them. The cookbook includes 20 easy to follow recipes and additional recipes that are available via the app.


Look at these adorable measuring cups

 The cute characters on the colorful measuring cups will make cooking fun for young kids. Did you know that kids are learning math skills through cooking? Young kids will learn that they can take simple ingredients and combine them together to make delicious food that the whole family will enjoy. These cooking skills will help kids later in life when they become grownups. Learning to cook when they are young means that they will not be surviving on ramen when they are young adults.



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 My youngest son learned how to cook at a young age and now at 11 years old, he is able to make dinner all by himself. This is a huge timesaver for me as I can go to the gym with my husband and come home to a delicious dinner. I am so proud of my son when he cooks dinner. My son is also able to make cookies all by himself. I love being able to ask my son to make cookies and knowing that he will make cookies the whole family can enjoy.



 The Kiddoz interactive kids in the kitchen cookbook will show kids how to have fun in the kitchen with clever measuring cups and playful recipes that will have kids making food that looks like ladybugs, butterflies, and other animals. This awesome kids cookbook is in a Kickstarter but will be available by December, making it a great holiday gift for a Christmas present. So, learn more about a fun interactive kids cookbook that will have your kids begging you to help make dinner.

Kids Can Take Charge: Get your kids to cook dinner, without even trying.


The Kiddoz kit comes with 6 cute character-themed measuring cups, and a cookbook filled with 20 illustrated recipes that use a never before seen language of images and characters, so kids can easily follow recipes with the extremely visual directions. The measuring cups and cookbooks work together to create an autonomous experience similar to playing with Legos or Play-Doh creating a more entertaining and fun cooking experience. In addition, Kiddoz comes with shopping lists to accompany every recipe, embedded videos, and a connected app for more healthy recipes and unlimited cooking excitement.

Kiddoz is available via Kickstarter for the suggested price of $34.99 and is for ages 4 and up.

 Learning By Doing: Give a kid a fish stick, they'll eat for a day. Teach a kid to cook, they'll eat well for a lifetime. Kiddoz is the gateway to a lifelong love of cooking and a healthy understand of where their food comes from but remember... no one is too old to learn a thing or two from Kiddoz.



24 comments:

  1. This looks like such a great game for kids! I might have to pick it up for Christmas.

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  2. What a great way to introduce kids to cooking! I will definitely try this out with my kids!

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  3. Yep, I definitely need to do some shopping. Thanks so much for sharing this with us!

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  4. Love it! Kiddoz <3

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  5. Maybe if I had this when I was a kid I might actually be able to cook/bake. I'm hopeless! But this is a wonderful gift for any future bakers, or for parents who want to get their kids involved.

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  6. Wow, this does seem like a lot of fun. I really like the idea of getting the kids into cooking and baking in a fun way.

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  7. Wow! Kiddoz does make cooking and baking look fun! I love those measuring spoons. My kids would love them!

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  8. Wow, this looks like a really fun set! My kids love to help cook and would enjoy something like this!

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  9. What a fun and creative way to get kids into cooking. My kids would love this, even though they like to cook already.

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  10. This is just adorable for my little one. She helps me sometimes at the kitchen making some brownies and some yummy stuff

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  11. This looks so wonderful. I would love to get this for my daughters. They are still learning to cook, and this would be helpful.

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  12. What a great way to make cooking fun. I wish this was around when my kids were younger.

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  13. The Kiddoz kit is awesome! My kids are always with me in the kitchen! I am sure they will love this kit!

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  14. Toni | Boulder LocavoreOctober 30, 2019 at 2:03 AM

    This is such a great idea to make cooking fun!

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  15. Oh wow! This is great kitchen utensil. My nieces will not leave our kitchen when they have it. and keep on baking and also cooking they're own dishes. This is perfect.

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  16. Cooking is already so much fun and a game in my house, but this takes it to a whole new level! What a fantastic product!

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  17. I think this is good. It helps kids learn when they aren't at the reading level yet. We can identify colors in my house though.

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  18. I want those measuring things for me! They are adorable. And btw, I love the new look and feel of your blog!

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  19. Such a great idea to get kids interested in cooking! I will remember this the next time I need a gift for a little one

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  20. Valentina Meza-KohnenkampfOctober 31, 2019 at 2:15 PM

    Wow! What a great idea! Best way to introduce kids into cooking!!!

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  21. It is extremely nice to see the greatest details presented in an easy and understanding manner. Aji Amarillo

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  22. My nieces would love this. They both love to bake. I'm definitely adding it to my holiday gift list for them.

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  23. kids love baking, it's actually nice to learn how to cook from a young age.

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  24. Wow such a good idea. Making cooking fun would be great

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