Five Toy Kitchens for Every Budget

We bought Ivo a second hand Little Tikes toy kitchen for his Christmas present, and he loves it! The previous owner was a bit surprised we were giving it to a boy, but considering his love for hoovers and brooms, we figured we should stick with the household theme. It’s a bit of a tacky plastic one, but he loves pretending to heat things up in the microwave, and I’ve bought him tonnes of plastic food. Ikea sells great accessories too – from plastic crockery, to miniature versions of their adult pots and pans and utensils. *Be warned – the metal pots aren’t really suitable for under-3’s, because they bash them against the furniture and leave marks!* If you fancy buying the same one, I’ve found it on Amazon, but here are a few more tasteful toy kitchens for your toddler.


{I want this!} Mini Kitchen, £50 from John Lewis

{I want this!} 1. Little Tikes Gourmet Sounds Kitchen, £70 | 2. Ikea Play Kitchen, £65

{I want this!} Infantastic Children’s Play Kitchen, £79

{I want this!} Kidkraft Prairie Kitchen Activity Playset, £140 from Amazon

{I want this!} Kidcraft Uptown Expresso Kitchen, £162

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