08 September, 2009

Ginger Kids Review and Giveaway



Ginger Kids is a great company that offers a lot of different ways for your kids to become involved in the kitchen! From simple recipes they can make, to kid-sized aprons, to fun tools kids will love, they are a fantastic way to get some assistance while cooking.

I got to review a Kitchen Basics cookbook from Ginger Kids Fun!. When I got it, I flipped through to see what kinds of recipes they had and how complicated things would really be, and I was pleased with what is in it! Not only are there recipes that are pretty simple, but there are Ginger Kids Pals to help along the way. Jeffrey Referee keeps us safe, Anna Bandanna teaches us about kitchen tools, Nina Ballerina helps us to be polite and Elliott the puppy taste tests. :) With recipes like Fantastic French Toast, Roll-em Up Sandwich Wraps, Nori Rolls, and Vegetarian Lasagna [all with super simple instructions for kids], how can you go wrong?

Buy it!
You can check out Ginger Kids and all they have to offer by clicking here.

Win it!
Ginger Kids has generously offered one of my fabulous readers a three-month membership to their Passport to the World! Here’s a little more info:

Would you love to embark on a world adventure with your kids, without ever having to pack a suitcase? The Passport to the World Club from Ginger Kids Fun! is the perfect way to give your child an exciting, hands-on world adventure in the comfort of your home! By choosing one of two affordable monthly membership options, kids will have a blast cooking up new international cuisine, interacting with children from other cultures, learning new languages and more.

The monthly membership provides a fascinating view of the world by engaging the five senses. Children will experience a wide variety of activities in a magical, interactive online journey of each monthly destination. They will listen to a fun-filled musical tour of each cultural destination with a CD from Putumayo Kids. A hands-on cooking experience teaches kids to practice their creativity and imagination, and the result will fill their senses with delightful aromas and delicious flavors.

The Passport to the World Club membership will be available for purchase at www.gingerkidsfun.com starting September 2009. Memberships can be purchased on a month to month basis or as a twelve month VIP package. Sample destinations include Jamaica, Greece, Italy and Israel! Those that join the twelve month program will receive a FREE welcome package complete with Ginger Kids apron, Kitchen Basics: Rules, Tools & Etiquette cookbook binder, Cookbook binder with country tabs to store 12-months of recipes and a Ginger Kids Passport.

To celebrate the Passport to the World launch on 9/9/09, Ginger Kids Fun! is hosting ‘9 Days of Giveaways’ and is giving one lucky reader a three-month online membership. Kids will love the easy-to-navigate online portal providing an entertaining and educational platform to learn about different cultures. To watch a preview of the site, visit http://www.gingerkidsfun.com/teaser.html

To enter, visit their site and come back and tell me something you would like to cook with your kid[s]. **THIS IS REQUIRED!!**

Extra entries (leave a separate comment for each):
--Follow this blog
--Follow me on Twitter, and tweet about this giveaway, with a link to the giveaway
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--Blog about the giveaway and leave me the link
--Leave a comment on one of my non-giveaway posts [tell me which you left your comment on… please?]
--Enter another one of my giveaways [enter as many as you want, but only one extra entry]

Please be sure I have a way to contact you if you win! Leave your e-mail address in your comment, or if your profile is set to public and your e-mail address is in your profile, that works too.

This giveaway ends Monday, September 21st at midnight, MST. I will use random.org to choose a winner, and will post the winner on my site. The giveaway is open to international readers.

11 comments:

  1. Chicken fingers with mustard dip..yum!

    I LOVE their party decor especially the cupcakes and cake platter, so cute!

    jakellcth @msn.com

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  2. I entered more giveways!

    jakellcth@ msn.com

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  3. have your button for sure!

    jakellcth@ msn.com

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  4. commented on your book review!

    jakellcth @msn.com

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  5. Love your fun blog!.., Thanks for following the French Dressing Room blog also!.., I'll look forward to checking back soon to see what you're doing that's fun and creative!.., Cheers from Silken Purse

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  6. I've always wanted to make a pizza with my kiddos, that is, when I have kiddos in the plural sense. When I was little, I always wanted to make a pizza. I thought that would be the coolest thing. I think I envisioned myself throwing it in the air.

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  7. I would like to make the sweet potato pancakes.

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