The play kitchen is one of the most used toys in my house. Yet nobody seems to want to help me wash the real life dishes.
I am only slightly bitter that their kitchen is more stylish than mine. I would love a real life version of the trendy wooden play kitchens from Melissa & Doug. And my wallet loves the prices from Best Buy.
The classic kitchen is available in both modern charcoal and cupcake pink.
- Click here to check out the wooden play kitchen in charcoal for $149.99.
- Click here to check out the wooden play kitchen in cupcake pink for $149.99.
Put the little ones to work with an oven, stove, microwave, sink, refrigerator, and freezer. Your kid can even turn the stove dials, spin the microwave plate, play with the ice dispenser on the fridge door and create a grocery checklist.
However, if you prefer a more open concept look, check out the wooden corner kitchen on sale for $134.99.
I love that it comes with a removable sink, cooktop, oven, refrigerator, storage shelves, "cutting board" and a real working timer.
No kitchen is complete without accessories. Check out this stainless steel pot set. These pots and pans are a whole lot nicer than the set I currently own and I certainly paid more than $29.99 for mine. This accessory playset comes with everything needed to whip up a meal even better than their favorite Kraft Dinner. At $29.99, it is cheaper than a family trip to McDonald's.
Now what are the chances that all these newly acquired culinary skills might convince my kids to pack their own lunches?