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Saturday, September 19, 2009

I know I’ve said this before but my children LOVE to cook, that was the main reason that I started doing Cooking With My Misadventurous Kids. I really thought that it could give my kids a chance to feel like they were a part of my blog and we could make memories that we could look back on fondly! One of the first things that I realized when I started doing the episodes though was that my kitchen was less than equipped for little hands and so my search began for products that could benefit them in the kitchen, and that’s when I came across Fiesta Products and Head Chefs. If you’ve never heard of Head Chefs let me tell you, you are in for a treat, and just a warning…if you’re little ones like to cook and they see this review they will definitely want a set of their own!

Fiesta Products has an impressive line of kitchen tools to accommodate all cooking levels, but the real gem is their line of kid friendly cooking utensils called Head Chefs. Here’s a little more information on Head Chefs from the Fiesta Products website:

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We received a spoon, pastry brush, whisk, measuring cup, and spatula to review and I must say I was very impressed as soon as I opened the box. Not only are the utensils the most unique and adorable kitchen utensils I've probably ever seen they are also very well made. Of course my children had to open each utensil and use them as soon as the package arrived and they were more than pleased with how easy they were to grip, one of the biggest problems I face when I cook with my kids is them not being able to handle my kitchen utensils…Head Chef’s has solved that problem in our house! Each of the utensils have silicon bodies and bendable arms and legs. My children enjoyed posing the utensils as much as they enjoyed cooking with them. My girls loved Head Chefs because they are made for smaller hands and very easy to use, I enjoyed Head Chef’s because they give my kids more freedom when helping me in the kitchen, and the fact that there are suction cups on the bottom of the utensils is a big selling point for me, though it did take some dedication on my part to get them to stick to my marble island. As you can see by the pictures below my girls love their Head Chefs.

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Buy it! You can purchase Head Chef’s online or at any number of retailers!

Be sure to watch future episodes of Cooking With My Misadventurous Kids to see Head Chefs in action! And don’t forget to check out our Holiday Gift Guide 2009 to see this and other amazing gift ideas!

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1 comment :

  1. This is so cute and fun! Loving the pictures, they look like they are having so much fun ;)

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