All the tools in the Curious Chef® 30 Piece Caddy Collection are designed specifically for little hands and to be
child safe. Soft-touch handles ensure your child will have a firm grip and safety features, such as specially
designed cutting surfaces, provide peace-of-mind while you spend time in the kitchen with your child.
The Collection includes all the tools your chef needs to cut, measure, mix, prep, and serve their favorite recipes!
It also includes a convenient Countertop Caddy that makes storing their tools easy without taking up too much space
in your kitchen.
Dress Like a Pro Chef
The Curious Chef® 4 Piece Child Chef Textile Set lets your aspiring kitchen helper dress just like a real chef and
get excited about being in the kitchen. This adorable set comes with a kid's apron, child-sized right and left oven
mitts, and a kid's chef's hat. Choose your little chef’s favorite color between Yellow & Orange, Pink & Green, or
Blue & Green!
The Lesson Plan
The Cooking with Curious Chef cookbook is more than just a book of delicious recipes: it’s an interactive teaching
tool for kids! Each of the 36 recipes includes a shopping list and pictures of ingredients and utensils the recipe
requires. Step-by-step picture directions show and tell your child how to complete each step of the recipe while
helping them cultivate their cooking skills! Learning-by-doing tips and instructions throughout each chapter help
your budding chef master select skills, techniques and concepts.
Be Creative and Put Your Tools to Use!
Rolling Out Dough - With a lightly floured piece of waxed paper, equally divide dough into four
quarters, roll into balls and place 1 ball on waxed paper. Roll out dough ball until 1/8 inch thick. Lightly
sprinkle top of dough with flour. Repeat steps.
Whisk it - Pour heavy cream into bowl, begin to whip quickly in a circular motion. Keep whipping
quickly until peaks form and the whipping cream thickens. Then decorate your goodies!
Show your child how to frost a cupcake or cake with a frosting spreader.
Slice it Up - To slice a pizza, place the pizza cutter at the middle edge of the pizza crust, push
down and roll forward cutting the pizza in two halves. Repeat by cutting the half into quarters and the quarters in
Fresh Snacks - Show your child how to cut an apple two different ways. Chop. Slice.
Peel Veggies - Hold the carrot in one hand and slide the peeler down the side away from you. Repeat
and rotate until completely peeled.
1, 2, 3 Conversions
1/16 teaspoon = a pinch
1/8 teaspoon = a pinch
1/8 cup = 2 tablespoons
1/2 cup = 8 tablespoons
1/3 cup = 5 tablespoons + 1 tsp
3/4 cup = 12 tablespoons
1 cup = 16 tablespoons
Mix it up - Show your child how to scrape and transfer ingredients using a spatula.
Gumdrops - Use gumdrops, fruit straws and fruit-flavored candies for decorating your cake to give
it added fun and excitement!
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.
The utensils in the kit are designed specifically for kid hands and, even better, they’re all real cooking utensils – not that cheap plastic stuff found in other kid’s cooking kits. The set includes a mixing bowl set, measuring cups and spoons, not to mention a pretty fly chef hat. You’re pretty much guaranteed to make some memories with the kids in the process and, after all, those eggs aren’t going to whisk themselves.
- Relevant Dad