Nylon Pizza Server

$3.99

Your little helper will love serving up the pizza - homemade or delivery - with their very own Curious Chef® Nylon Pizza Server. This child-size cooking tool is easy for kids to handle and use.

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Product Details

Your little chef will love dishing up deep dish and flatbread pizzas with the easy-to-use Curious Chef® Nylon Pizza Server.

Designed specifically to fit securely and comfortably in a child's hand, the easy-to-grip handle with soft touch buttons help kids hold on tight as they proudly serve you the very first slice after helping with all the hard work in the kitchen!

  • Dimensions: 11.5" L x 2.8" W x 1.5" h
  • Heat safe up to 420°F
  • Dishwasher safe and BPA free
  • Appropriate for children ages 4+

Learning By Doing

Show your child how to serve pizza slices once cooled in either triangle or square shapes.
Cut pizza into slices and serve one at a time.

Safety

Ask any parent and they will tell you that 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 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. This not only makes the tools easier to use, 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.

  • Thank you Curious Chef® for your wonderful nylon knives for kids! My 3-year-old is learning how to cut with her daddy…They’re making “monkey bread” and cutting up refrigerator biscuits…

    - Christi B.