Disclosure: I received the New Sprouts® Healthy Basket Bundle for review from Learning Resources. All opinions are my own.
Cooking in the kitchen is still going strong at our house. The play kitchen, that is. Mason is full on talking (and babbling) and it's a joy to see him repeat almost everything I am saying. He loves to cook and feed all of Kenzie's toys and occasionally gives us a tasting as well. The New Sprouts® play food from Learning Resources has been a great hit so I was excited to show him the New Sprouts® Healthy Basket Bundle and introduce him to the new foods.
There are 3 baskets included in this healthy play food bundle ($58.99):
Healthy Breakfast - 10 piece set includes eggs, oatmeal, bagel, yogurt, and fruit.
Healthy Lunch - 14 piece set includes ingredients for a turkey sandwich, yogurt, pretzels, fruit and vegetables.
Healthy Dinner - 13 piece set includes grilled chicken, salmon, a sweet potato, asparagus, and a side salad.
Kenzie was most excited about the eggs as she has been asking for more eggs. These are flexible like the real thing! Introducing play food to your children is great for when you introduce them to the real food. I like that the foods that are included focus on health. This is a major concern in the world as children sometimes do not get the nutrition that is needed. I like to give my kids a variety of foods so that they are not too picky. There will always be meal favorites but my children are usually open to trying anything and if they don't like it, they spit it out.
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