The Best Toy Kitchens

Written by on November 19, 2014 in Kitchens, Kitchens & Play Food, Plush Toys, Toy Kitchens with 2 Comments

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From little tiny kitchens to kid-sized kitchens, there are plenty of toy kitchens available to choose from to give to the little budding chef in your family.  Kids love to emulate you, and when he or she sees you working in the kitchen it’s only natural your child will want to copy you.  I can honestly say, I have never met a child that didn’t love playing in a toy kitchen.  They are so much more creative than most adults and they can spend hours pretending to cook, clean, serve and eat the play food.

I’ve picked out some of my very favorite toy kitchens, complete with all the accessories and toy food, for you to browse through and make your choice.  Whether you’re buying a whole toy kitchen or building up a set of food-related toys, I think you’ll find what you need right here.  Scroll all the way through to really enjoy the collection.  If you don’t immediately see what you want, then click on any of the links to browse for even more.

Now, let’s don our chefs hat and smock and,

Get Ready to Cook up some fun!

 Melissa & Doug Chef Outfit Dress Up Costume and Stir Fry Play Food Set (Set of 2 Items)Check Price

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OO La La – a little French touch here, in the perfect kid-size kitchen.  This toy kitchen gets consistently good reviews from buyers and has everything your budding cook or chef could desire.  It comes complete with realistic cooking sounds from the electronic fryer and boiling water pot.  The microwave features its own electronic key pad just like the real thing.

What’s in the box:  the built-in kitchen features a coffee machine, microwave, refrigerator and oven, a kitchen sink and cupboards.  It comes with a 30-piece accessory set that includes a coffee pot, dishes, pots and pans, bowls, cutlery and even a phone.

This is definitely a great first kitchen set.  With so much included, you may not feel it is necessary to purchase any additional accessories initially.

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Excellent Toy Kitchens

For hours of imagination play time.

There is a play kitchen for just about any area or space and children are sure to love either one of these awesome kitchens.  I have no doubt, they will enjoy preparing a feast for the family at their stoves and ovens.   Or perhaps they would prefer pretending like they run their own restaurant.   Each of the featured play kitchens has a little refrigerator area for those foods that need to be keep “cold”.   This  would be a great opportunity for a parent to teach a child without realizing they are being “taught” anything.  Regardless, these play kitchens are sure to be a haven of happiness for your child.

 Melissa & Doug Cook’s Corner Wooden KitchenCheck Price Melissa & Doug Classic Deluxe KitchenCheck Price KidKraft Uptown Espresso KitchenCheck Price Little Tikes Super Chef KitchenCheck Price

 

Toy Cookware, Bakeware & Dishes

 Melissa & Doug Deluxe Wooden Kitchen Accessory SetCheck PriceOnce you have selected the play kitchen to give, you may also want to consider adding the toy cookware.   Pots, pans, cooking utensils, plates and kitchen accessories all add to the fun.

You can’t go wrong with Melissa and Doug toys, and this cooking set is a prime example.  These are sturdy wooden toys that are a joy to hold and play with.  I love that this particular set even includes the oven mitt.  An excellent idea to teach them early the importance of using oven mitts and hot pads to avoid burns and damage.  It is so much easier to learn as a child then to have to learn from experience as an adult.

These pots & pans are the “right” size for children.  They are also light weigh enough for children, unlike the sets from our own kitchens which they would want to borrow.

What you get in the box:  One wooden frying pan, a wooden pot with it’s own lid, a wooden saucepan and lid, a wooden spoon and spatula plus a handy oven mitt.

 

The Best Toy Cooking Sets

Here are a few more recommended kitchen cooking and serving sets for you to consider.  Your child will certainly want dishes, pots & pans, cooking & serving utensils and lots of neat kitchen gadgets.  They will want to be ready to “entertain” their own dinner guests.  There is even a little teapot and rolling pin with the Learning Resources Pretend and Play Kitchen Set.  Plus, children will love the bright colors of these sets, just like we enjoy having our favorite colored dishes and pans.

 Learning Resources Pretend and Play Kitchen SetCheck Price Small World Living Toys Young Chef Cookware SetCheck Price

Play Food

 Melissa & Doug Food GroupsCheck Price

Kitchens are not quite complete without the food!

Here is one awesome food set that you will certainly want to include with their little play kitchens.  It seems to have a little of everything.

The food included in this set is actually made of wood and painted to look like real food.

Kids can learn so much from play and this toy food set from Melissa & Doug teaches them all about the main 4 food groups.  They won’t even be aware they are learning as they play.  Who knows, it might make getting vegetables into them a whole lot easier.

What you get in the box:  this set comes in an attractive wooden storage crates, a separate one for each food group, plus 21 food items!

These are great for kids sorting and storing.

 

For additional play food recommendations, see Melissa and Doug’s Excellent Toy Food Sets right here on Toy Time Treasures!
While the space or area available may well “decide” which play kitchen you will purchase, each of the featured kitchens has a bit of their own storage space.  Between the oven, microwave, refrigerator and shelf or cabinet area in the actual play kitchen, storage of the play food will be easy.  I am sure any child would have hours and hours of fun with their own play kitchen, pots, pans, cooking utensils and play food.  If you are really fortunate, perhaps they will invite you to dine with them.

 

Most of the featured sets are safe for children from 3 year old and up, but be sure to check each item description for the manufacturers recommended age. 

 

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  1. Susan says:

    Oh, how cute! I have a 3 year old granddaughter who loves to play cooking in her little kitchen. I have been treated to special snack time with her. These play kitchen sets are just great for kids.

  2. Susan says:

    Don’t tell, but I used to volunteer in the church nursery so I could play with the kitchen sets! I’m all for anything that nurtures imagination in kiddos and these selections certainly qualify.

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