The Curious Chef® Hand Mixer is the safe and sturdy tool built for kids to use in the kitchen. The tool's lightweight design is perfect for teaching kids how to mix, stir, beat and whip up batter for yummy treats! The convenient handle is designed with soft-grip material that helps kids easily hold onto the tool while turning the crank to twist the two beaters. And clean-up is a breeze! Just twist off the beaters and place them in the dishwasher, then gently clean the top handle with soap and water. Curious Chef® makes kids cooking fun and easy with child-sized tools!
- Dimensions: 10.8 in. x 4.4 in. x 3.8 in.
- Easy-to-turn hand crank
- Detachable beaters for easy cleaning
- Ergonomic handle for small hands
- Soft-touch grip handle
Show your child how to mix thoroughly without the mess! Rest the beater on the bottom of the bowl for minimal splatter and maximum stability.
Ask any parent and they will tell you that the safety of their children is paramount to any other job they perform. At Curious Chef® we work tirelessly to ensure that every product we offer meets the most stringent safety standards and, more importantly, lives up to the expectations of parents! Our goal is to foster an environment where families can explore the art of cooking free from worry. With that in mind, all Curious Chef® products conform to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission requirements ASTM F963 and CPSIA lead and phthalate limits.
Curious Chef® tools are designed with little hands in mind, including easy-to-grip handles, sturdy bases, convenient color coding, and wide pouring spouts. These features not only make the tools easier to use, but it also adds to the enjoyment of the entire cooking experience. In the end, the goal of Curious Chef® is to give families a product that allows every member of the family to safely experience the joy of cooking.
I have to say my son's absolute favorite item from Curious Chef is the rolling pin. He loves helping me roll out pizza dough and that in turn encourages him to eat his meals.
- Ashley Barnhart