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This is a box the whole family (and foodies) can enjoy. Select from a variety of recipes and get a baking kit for delectables such as gingerbread man cookies, cinnamon buns and bagels. This is especially great for parties, weekend activities and more.
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Shop Baketivity – From one-time kits to subscription boxes, baketivity offers a wide variety of fun boxes for kids to bake – it’s easy to follow instructions + all pre-measured ingredients, they’re real baking sets with the complete food ingredients included for preschoolers to tweens.
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Bored at home kids (and parents) will love receiving this baking kit in the mail each month. What we really love about it is that every single ingredient comes in the kit already premeasured out and prepackaged along with super-clear illustrated directions, making it a breeze for older kids to do the whole thing on their own. Past projects have included whoopie pies, funfetti cupcakes, and many other delicious treats. And spoiler alert: The final product was delicious. The subscription box is $26 a month for the year, or you can just buy individual boxes whenever you want them.
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Some kids are more bakers than chefs. For a child who’s always excited about getting dessert ready, Baketivity is your perfect match. Available in recipe specific boxes (like this one) or monthly subscriptions, their kits come with easy-to-follow recipes, kids activity books, and parceled out ingredients.
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If your kiddos are always craving a sweet treat after school, you might want to try Baketivity, a monthly baking subscription box for kids. The brand sends you kid-friendly baking recipes with already measured ingredients (and a shopping list for wet ingredients) and instructions that kids can follow. Plus, the kids get their own aprons! It’s meant for kids who are 2 to 10 years old.
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very ingredient in the baking kit comes pre-measured and individually packaged. All the bakers need are eggs and oil. The kit even provides a chef’s hat and an apron.
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hile I love desserts, I will admit that I don’t bake from scratch very often. When I learned about Baketivity, I was instantly hooked. This at-home baking kit takes the work out of baking with its clear recipes and pre-measured ingredients. While the product is geared towards children, anyone can use it to create fun and delicious baked goods.
Some of the kits include Funfetti Muffins, Emoji Cookies, Gluten-Free Granola Bars, Panda Pull-Apart Cupcakes, Whoopie Pies and more.
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Bake-A-Camp: Sort of like mail-order meals, campers will get a big baking box featuring four themed Baketivity kits with pre-measured ingredients, step by step instructions, and an activity book. Each week’s kit will take campers through progressively advanced recipes and techniques as they explore one theme, or cuisine throughout the month. The four-week box kit is priced at $199.
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As you build up your kid’s baking collection, get them started with a fun baking project by picking up a baking kit. This kit from Baketivity comes with decorations, premeasured ingredients and easy instructions to make a kid-friendly recipe: Bug Cupcakes!
Why it made our list: Baketivity makes great kits for young learners, and this set is no different. It teaches them a little bit about science and a little bit about baking, and we’ll never complain about mixing education and cooking.
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Since no one needs a campground this summer, some are getting into the camp game for the first time. Yanky Horowitz runs Baketivity, a subscription service based in New York City that sends out baking boxes for different recipes. It has started Bake-a-Camp, a four-week summer baking journey. Around 500 campers have enrolled.
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Baketivity boxes are sure to put a smile on your little baker’s face! Each themed box comes with pre-meausured ingredients, kid-friendly instructions, colorful lessons and games to play while your treats bake and a shopping list if you need to add anything extra. All the included ingredients are vacuum-packed fresh and when you sign up for a subscription, your kiddo will get a Baketivity hat and apron! Available kids include tasty treats like whoopie pies, pull-apart cupcakes, muffins, cinnamon buns, cookies, cake pops and bagels.
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Baketivity, a subscription-based baking box service, launched Bake-A-Camp. Campers will get a big baking box featuring four themed Baketivity kits with pre-measured ingredients, step by step instructions, and an activity book (all you need are the eggs, oil, and water). Each week’s kit will take campers through progressively advanced recipes and techniques as they explore one theme, or cuisine throughout the month.
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Perfect for mini-bakers ages 3 to 10, Baketivity’s baking kits are filled with everything you need to make a variety of kid-centric recipes. Think cake pops, emoji cookies, whoopee pies, granola bars, funfetti cookies, bagels, and much, much more! Each box includes pre-measured dry ingredients and a detailed shopping list of any wet ingredients and baking tools you’ll need. Plus, easy-to-follow illustrated recipes, educational games, and—the cherry on top—a special kid-sized apron and chef’s hat to make it all official.
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Want a camp experience for your kiddos that you’ll benefit from too? Baketivity is hosting its virtual bake-a-camp experience. And the best part? You can eat their creations. Your little Julia Child will score a box with four themed Baketivity kits. Each week the recipes will get a bit more advanced, with new topics, themes, and cuisines throughout the entire camp.
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If you’re less interested in meals made for your kids and more interested in spending time cooking and baking with your kids, Baketivity’s kits – and kit subscriptions — are a worthy investment. From gluten-free granola bars to everything bagels, they come with all the ingredients you need to create something delicious together. And if you find something you love, you can always recreate it later, using the same recipe or even adding your own twists. One-time kits start from $33 and subscription boxes start from $26 for a year.
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Baketivity is offering a virtual “Camp in a Box” for $200 that includes four themed kits. Each week they’ll work on one of the kits (which get progressively harder as the weeks go on) with an end goal of “mess-free” baking by the end of the course. This one is best for kids between 6 and 11 years old.
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Hot outside, sweet inside is the theme of Baketivity’s camp. Bake-A-Camp campers will get a big baking box featuring four themed Baketivity kits that include fun recipes and techniques as they explore one topic, theme, or cuisine throughout the month.
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Another activity that we’ve grown to love while in quarantine is baking together. We choose simple recipes that aren’t too difficult to clean up like banana bread and homemade granola. I also came across this neat company called Baketivity and their latest venture Bake-A-Camp. If you sign up for Bake-A-Camp, your little campers will receive a big baking box featuring four themed Baketivity kits with pre-measured ingredients, step by step instructions and an activity book. You’ll just need to supply the eggs, oil and water. Each week’s kit will take campers through progressively advanced recipes and techniques as they explore one theme, or cuisine throughout the month. Campers make yummy sweet treats like chocolate caramel nuggets, creme puffs and chocolate logs.
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Baketivity is on a mission this summer to help build tasty skills with a baking camp-in-a-box for kids. Bake-A-Camp helps kids play, learn, create and develop new skills through baking, with the best baker-approved tips and techniques. Bake-A-Camp is a parent-led, skill-building camp that takes place over the course of four weeks. Each week campers will receive one skill-building box. Each box builds upon the last until, at week four, your child graduates as a master Baketivity baker.
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Yum! Baketivity Bake-A-Camp provides campers baking box featuring four themed Baketivity kits. Each week’s kit, including pre-packaged and measured dry ingredients, hands-on instructions, science tips, and guides, will take them through progressively advanced recipes and techniques as they explore one topic, theme or cuisine throughout the month.
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For parents who are on the lookout for new ways to make a lockdown summer enjoyable and engaging for kids, Baketivity has launched a baking camp for kids. Bake-A-Camp campers will get a big baking box featuring four themed kits with pre-measured ingredients, step by step instructions, and an activity book, all you need are the eggs, oil and water. Each week’s kit will take campers through progressively advanced recipes and techniques as they explore one theme, or cuisine throughout the month. With hands-on instructions, behind-the-science tips, and easy-to-read baking guides, Bake-A-Camp can give any child the skills and confidence to bake like a pro:
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Denise and Izzy are trying out their baking skills in the kitchen with Baketivity Family Subscription Box. Today’s baking activity is the ‘Bug Cupcake Baking Kit’ with all of the ingredients and toppings needed to make the perfect ladybug cupcake creation!
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Can you say, ‘yum!’? With apron and chef’s hat in place, young bakers will tackle a new baked good, such as whoopie pies, granola bars, and cake pops, each month. The easy-to-use baking kit includes a recipe book with step-by-step instructions, pre-measured dry ingredients, and a shopping list for needed wet ingredients.
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It’s hard to keep kids happy and entertained at home for such an extended stretch. That’s why parents will really appreciate this thoughtful set, which will keep little ones busy—and teach them some real-life skills, too. This Baketivity baking set is brimming with delicious ingredients, creativity-sparking baking activities, and limited-mess packaging with delicious results. Even better: The dry ingredients are pre-measured, vacuum-sealed, and ready to pour.
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If you have kids at home, Baketivity will send everything you need to make cake pops, cinnamon rolls, and more. Available individually or as a subscription, every kit comes with pre-measured ingredients, decorations, and even fun games to play while you bake together.
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Made by parents for parents and kids, Baketivity’s baking boxes arrive with pre-measured ingredients and easy instructions. Designed for children ages four through 10 but perfect for the whole family, the boxes are a creative way to bond and create something scrumptious. Time to build a family baking bucket list!
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Tweens can handle baking with less grown-up supervision. So this Valentine’s Day, stay close by, but enjoy watching your kid make scrumptious whoopie pies. (Marshmallow and cake. What could be bad?) This kit comes with premeasured ingredients, designed so tweens can make Valentine delectables all on their own.
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Delicious baked goodies combined with fun and learning! Baketivity sends scrumptious recipes in each box, along with pre-measured ingredients, and other fun activities. Their instructions are simple and kid-friendly, making the whole experience as fun as possible for kids. Subscribers can also choose their favorite recipes and order a box for regular deliveries of tasty, kid-friendly treats.