On our quest to bring you the latest and greatest in products and services for your family, we asked Splendry contributor Amanda to try out the Raddish Cooking Club for Kids subscription box. Read on to see Amanda’s experience and get the info on this fun kid’s cooking box.
My kids and I were lucky enough to try the Raddish Kids Cooking Club box the other day and it did not disappoint!
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Each month you get a box that has different recipes plus different lessons that go along with the recipes. Our box was all about music. We had three different recipes that were about blues, jazz and country music.
The box also comes with a different kitchen utensil every time plus discussion questions. We chose to do the blues music recipe.
First, we listened to and learned about blues music. Then we made blueberry crumb bars. The recipe was easy to follow and my kids loved helping cook it.
The end result was delicious. We would definitely recommend the Raddish Kids Cooking Club Box!
What to Know about Raddish Cooking Club for Kids
What it is
A monthly cooking kit for kids, ages 4-14+. Each Raddish kit features a surprise theme that generally falls into one of four categories: Seasonal Spotlights, Global Cuisine, Creative Cookery (science or imagination-based) and Holiday Celebrations.
What you pay
Monthly membership is $24 a month. A 6 month membership paid up front is $132 ($22/month), and a 12 month membership paid up front is $240 ($20/month). Both the 6 and 12 month memberships come with a free bonus apron.
What you get
Each monthly themed kit includes the following:
- 3 illustrated recipe guides
- 3 culinary skill cards
- a creative kitchen project
- kid-friendly tools and collectibles such as Table Talk cards, a culinary tool, and an iron-on Raddish patch
In addition, you’ll receive a grocery store shopping list inside your kit and via email as well as bonus recipes, activities, dietary substitutions, and more.
Looking for more great subscription boxes for kids? Check out our review of Kiwi Crate!