Giveaway: Children’s Mini Kitchen from Magic Cabin

Welcome to Simple Living Media’s Home for the Holidays! We’ve got 25 giveaways across the entire network this week to give you plenty of chances to win a great gift, just in time for the holidays.

Today’s giveaway is for the the little ones in the house: a Mini Kitchen from Magic Cabin!

We all know how much they like to be in the kitchen with us, so why not give them a place where they can cook up their own culinary creations anytime.

Retailing at $99, this sturdy little all-wood kitchen charms both boys and girls with its sweet and simple design, imaginative layout and 23 irresistible accessories.

Read on to learn more about this kitchen-themed toy and how you can win it for your children!

My toddler, Mateo, has been working the ‘line’ ever since this charming little mini kitchen arrived from Magic Cabin, one of my favorite websites for kids toys. He loves to serve me breakfast in our sunny playroom,Β  and does so with flourish, slicing the bread for toast and spreading it with jam before serving me.

I can foresee many years of play ahead for this boy and his toy kitchen. It’s one of those keepsake toys that never grows old and can be handed down to the next generation.

The Mini Kitchen from Magic Cabin is made of Baltic Birch and includes a sink, stove top, cupboard, oven with see-through door, and a backsplash with three wooden pegs.

The kit also contains 23 wooden pieces of play cookware and foods including:

  • two pieces of bakeware, one lid
  • sliceable carrot
  • sliceable loaf of bread
  • slice of cheese and an egg
  • two plates, two knives, two forks
  • big spoon and spatula
  • salt and pepper shaker set

I can spend an entire tea break surfing Magic Cabin and making wish lists. It’s an easy to navigate online store that offers toys that are top-quality, original and seriously keepsake material. It is obvious that Magic Cabin is one of the few websites for children’s toys that still believe in good-old-fashioned make believe and in children’s innate need to interact with simple, natural toys and crafts. Amen.

I’ve currently got my eye on this Wooden Toaster & Coffeemaker set; wouldn’t it be the perfect accompaniment to the breakfast spread pictured above?

Connect with Magic Cabin

You can keep in touch with Magic Cabin a couple of ways. Their newly launched Facebook page shows that they want to hear from you and receive feedback on products. You can also follow Magic Cabin on Twitter.

One Simple Bites reader will win a wooden Mini Kitchen from Magic Cabin!

How to win

Everyone has two chances to win. Here’s how:

1. Comment on this post, answering this question: Do you cook or bake with your children or grandchildren?

2. For an extra entry, “like” Magic Cabin on Facebook. Then leave an additional comment letting me know you’ve done so.

This giveaway will end tonight, Friday, December 3rd, at 11:59 p.m. I hope you win! We’ll announce the winners of all the holiday giveaways at the end of the week.

Enter today’s other Home for the Holidays giveaways:

About Aimee

Cooking has always been AimΓ©e's preferred recreational activity, creative outlet, and source of relaxation. After nearly ten years in the professional cooking industry, she went from restaurant to RSS by trading her tongs and clogs for cookie cutters and a laptop, serving as editor here at Simple Bites.

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Comments

  1. I’ve liked Magic Cabin on Facebook.

  2. Christin Hayday says:

    I love to cook with my kids!!!! They both are so helpful!!

  3. My toddler loves helping us cook — he’s favorite kitchen tool is the whisk!

  4. I’ve liked Magic Cabin on facebook.

  5. I do cook and bake with my kids! My 3-year-old is an expert potato scrubber and mixer-holder!

  6. My kids help with cooking by pouring in ingredients or pushing the buttons on the blender or food processor under supervision. Hopefully they’ll continue to be interested as their skills grow. :)

  7. My nieces would LOVE this! I’d love to give it to them for Christmas!

  8. I have ‘liked’ magic cabin on facebook
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  9. My children love to cook and bake with me on a regular basis! My 8 yr old cooks breakfast for his siblings almost every morning, and they all enjoy helping out this year with the holiday baking. When my daughters are not helping me, they are pretending to cook for each other..carrying around imaginary food and chatting about how much work went into creating it. :)
    Sarah’s last post: at this moment

  10. Donielle Ruth says:

    I “like” Magic Cabin on Facebook.

  11. Yes, I cook and bake with my kiddos . . . especially bake! They love to help me make cookies and all kinds of other stuff. We’ll be doing Christmas cookies soon . . . our annual tradition.

    LOVE the play kitchen–that is so adorable!!

  12. I liked Magic Cabin on FB!!
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  13. Cooking with my kids is the best! Great time to talk and every kid needs to grow up knowing how to prepare fresh food.

  14. Mother of Pearl says:

    All my kids like to help me cook and bake.

  15. I do! My three year old loves to help me measure ingredients!

  16. My son isnt quite old enough to help yet, but he loves to sit in the floor with a pot or bowl and a spoon “making num nums” while I cook.

  17. Amanda Morisseau says:

    We love to cook with our kids, always a mess but good fun.

  18. My 21 month old daughter likes to try to “help” which usually means she sticks her fingers in the food and does a whole lot of tasting…but it’s good fun nonetheless :)

  19. I like you on facebook

  20. susan scheuble-isip says:

    Yes, My husband and I both bake and cook with both our children ages 2 and 5! Today we made pumpkin cookies.

  21. susan scheuble-isip says:

    I “liked” Magic Cabin!

  22. Yes, my son loves to “help” in the kitchen, and this is on our Santa list for him…would love to win it!

  23. I don’t cook or bake with my kids much, but, bless her heart, my mother-in-law does and the kids love it.

  24. I do tons of baking with my daughter! In fact, I have an entire segment on my blog dedicated to it.

  25. I like you on facebook!

  26. I have liked Magic Cabin on Facebook.
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  27. Yes, I bake with my toddler all the time! He would love this kitchen.

  28. I do cook with my 4 sons, but mostly bake. They love helping in the kitchen (so much so that they sometimes fight about who gets to), and while it’s messier and slower, it’s a lot more fun!
    Jamie’s last post: Thankful

  29. Yes! I absolutely cook with my little one. She loves helping me make pancakes for breakfast!

  30. Yep, with my kids whenever they are in the mood.

  31. I liked Magic Cabin on FB
    Jamie’s last post: Thankful

  32. Liked Magic Cabin’s facebook page.

  33. My boys love helping measure, pour and stir when we bake together. They constantly vie for best chair location at the counter.

  34. I love to bake with my children. I’ve found having the stuff set out ahead of time helps, but also think measuring and following recipes is a great educational tool for kids too.
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  35. I “like” you both
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  36. I cook with my 3-year-old as often as I can get her to slow down long enough to help measure & dump ingredients, stir and mix, or wriggle her hands around to help rinse the lettuce off before giving the Salad Spinner a good firm yank.

  37. My 3-year-old daughter loves to help me cook and has been doing so for a long time. Her 20-month-old sister is just starting to ask to help as well. It is so special to share with them something I love so much.

  38. We love to bake and cook. My daughter loves peeking in the oven window to see what “num-nums” she’s going to get to eat next!

  39. Liked on FB.

  40. My son is 4 months old, so we’re not cooking with him yet, but my husband and I are really looking forward to the day we can!

  41. I just liked it!

  42. I love to cook with my boys!

  43. My children love to cook. I have fond memories of our two year old son flipping pancakes and later peeling carrots. His sister preferred cake baking. The best memory is when she added 3 cups of oil instead of 1/3 cup to the chocolate cake batter. Whoops! My dad, Pa Pa, ate it anyway.

  44. Heather Moll says:

    We love, love, love baking and cooking together. :)

  45. nopinkhere says:

    Yes! I have to start making dinner earlier because my son always wants to help. My daughter (not really old enough to help) is fascinated by turning on the oven light when we bake to see what’s cooking.

  46. My son, Sam, helps me cook and bake all the time! He loves being in the kitchen!