Little packs of foodie fun: Available now!

 

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In need of some rainy day activities for the summer holidays? Or a stimulating, creative gift?  Look no further than the Meals and Makes activity kits!

Here are three activity packs, all with a fun foodie theme and fully loaded with ‘Meals and Makes’ to get kids cooking; positively encouraging food happiness.  Each of the packs include recipes and creative makes which are simple and engaging- all for the price of a birthday card!

These packs are ideal as party bag fillers, thank you gifts or emergency entertainment for a rainy day.  They all fit nicely into an A5 envelope and are easy to post through the letterbox.

Each pack is just £3.50.  They are CE marked and made with care in the UK.

  1. Indoor herb garden kit.

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Grow an edible garden on your windowsill.  While your seeds start to grow, colour in and make a mini garden shed to go next to your crop.  Once your edible leaves have sprouted, munch on them using the quick and simple cooking ideas.

Kit contains:

-Untreated cress and radish seeds (with sow by date)

-Compostable, biodegradable growing pad

-Clear, colourful instructions (Size A5 on 300gsm cardstock)

-Easy cooking card (size A6 on 300gsm cardstock)

-Cardboard garden shed to assemble (300gsm cardstock. Assembled shed: H4.5Cm x W3Cm x L6Cm)

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Warnings!: Not suitable for children under the age of 3 years.  Choking hazard. To be used under the direct supervision of an adult.

Buy from Folksy here.

  1. Ice cream cross-stitch kit.

Meals and Makes Ice cream cross-stitch craft kit with contents

An ideal introduction to cross-stitch (everything you need to sew is included!).  This simple pattern and the easy to follow instructions will help you to quickly master sewing.  While you sew, sip on a delicious ice cream smoothie.  Once your project is completed, proudly frame your work with the colourful cardboard frame.

Pack contains:

-100% cotton cross-stitch fabric

-Embroidery needle

-100% cotton thread

-Full, colourful instructions (Size A5)

-Ice cream smoothie recipe

-Cardboard frame (Size A6, printed on 300gsm cardstock)

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Age 7+.

Warnings!: Not suitable for children under the age of 3 years.  Choking hazard. To be used under the direct supervision of an adult.

Buy from Folksy here.

  1. Colour-in recipe cards.

Meals and Makes; colour-in recipe cards

Get kids in the kitchen and encourage a life-long love of food and cooking.  This engaging pack includes a sweet and savoury recipe.  This kids cooking kit would make an ideal gift for a child who loves to get busy in the kitchen, or as a birthday present to encourage a fussy eater to try something new.  Colour in the recipes with the high quality, UK made crayons, decorate your apron with the colourful stickers, then get cooking with the easy, visual recipes (kids don’t have to be expert readers to follow the instructions).

Once you have served up your culinary delights, proudly display your Super Chef certificate!

Pack contains:

-Warm flatbread recipe (Size A6, printed on 300gsm cardstock)

-Creamy banana cheesecake recipe (Size A6, printed on 300gsm cardstock)

-UK made, washable crayons (red, blue, green and yellow)

-Colourful stickers (6 stickers)

-‘Super chef’ certificate (Size: 14.5Cm x 10Cm, printed on 300gsm cardstock)

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Warnings!: Not suitable for children under the age of 3 years. Choking hazard. To be used under the direct supervision of an adult.

Buy from Folksy here.

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