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If you are looking for the best baking gifts for kids, you are in the right place!
For as long as I can remember, my daughter has been in the kitchen with me – observing, asking questions, and taking the whisk right out of my hand.
But within the past year, her love of baking has really come alive. She is always asking, “Mom, can I make something?,” and by ‘make’, I know she means ‘bake‘.
There is no doubt, baking is her preferred activity every day of the week (unless Cupcake Wars is on t.v.).
I have some of the same memories with my mom. I loved being in the kitchen – watching, smelling, tasting.
The house would be filled with the sweet and savory aroma of blackberry cobbler, and I couldn’t wait for that oven timer to go off!
I would be almost as anxious as I was waiting on Christmas morning. But, no matter how impatient I would get, Mom would never run me out of the kitchen.
Whether or not you have memories of being in the kitchen at a young age, it’s definitely not too late to have them with your own children.
I’ve decided that I want to make the most out of our time in the kitchen, and I want Elaina to explore her love of baking as far as she wants to take it. I figure there’s no better way to get her started than with some awesome cooking gifts for kids.
So as we near Christmas, and I scour the internet for baking gifts for tweens and gifts for kid chefs, I have found some of the best baking gifts.
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The Best Baking Gifts for Kids
Below you will find some of the best baking gifts for girls, including: baking sets for tweens, personalized gifts for bakers, cookbooks, and even cooking classes for kids!
*Gifts for Bakers on Amazon*
Before we get started with the list, I wanted to point out most of these baking gifts for kids can be found on Amazon.
If you shop Amazon regularly or plan to use it for holiday shopping, you should sign up for the 30-day free trial. It will save you a ton on shipping and take the hassle out of having to track packages for a week with their free 2-day shipping.
This silicone bakeware set is the perfect starter kit. The easy clean-up alone is enough to make me choose this set over many others. The flexibility of the silicone makes it easy to manipulate and get all those leftover crumbs, and just look at those cute hand mitts!
This 73-pc decorating kit will keep her discovering new designs for months. It’s got everything a beginning baker needs to make her dish a masterpiece. No matter what dish, (cakes, cupcakes, donuts or cookies) this set has got you covered.
I love this set, because it comes with an assortment of shapes and sizes. It also comes with spatulas, measuring spoons and cups. And my favorite part – it’s all dishwasher safe!
This cookbook has so many rave reviews. American Girl teamed up with William-Sonoma on this cookbook for young bakers, and its easy-to-follow recipes have even the adults loving it.
Another great cookbook for young bakers, Kid Chef Bakes teaches novice bakers the basics of pastries. Not only does it have great recipes, it offers tips and suggestions for the beginning baker, such as recommended cooking utensils and recipe staples.
Every aspiring chef needs her own apron, and a personalized cooking apron is sure to make her feel like a pro. It will also help save her clothes from becoming soiled with egg whites, so it’s a win-win kinda gift. Purchase this white set and have it monogrammed!
Every baker needs a stand mixer, and this one is just the right fit for your beginning baker. It’s shiny, made of stainless steel, reasonably priced and has rave reviews! Your little girl will feel like a real baker when using a cute stand mixer like this one.
This is probably my favorite idea of the baking gifts for kid chefs.
To find classes or baking camps in your area, check with your local schools or colleges. We live near a university that offers summer camp. If you can’t find anything local (or just don’t have the time), you should try a virtual cooking class.
I have heard nothing but great things about Katie Kimbrell’s Kids Cook Real Food virtual classes.
She has created a comprehensive course that teaches kids of all ages, and it comes with 3 levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. It’s all kid-friendly – the food and the courses, and you can work through the video lessons at your own pace.
This DIY baking essentials basket from SouthernLiving.com is the cutest! This is a gift any baker would love to receive. Include staples, such as flour, sugar, salt, flavorings, and some fun add-ins like sprinkles, chocolate chips and food coloring. This one is sure to keep you on budget.
I hope you enjoyed the list of cooking gifts for kids and found something that will put the biggest smile on your little girl’s face!
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