We know, we know. Another subscription service, eyeroll. But hear us out.
Foodstirs (a combination of “foodie” and “hipster”) describes themselves as a culinary experience for families who have an appetite for encouraging experimentation, applauding fun and developing skills in the kitchen. Although meant for little ones ages 5 to 12 who are learning basic cooking skills with mom and dad, these boxes are also great for a family of one who might be developing her first skills in the kitchen beyond “microwave high” at age 28. Think of Foodstirs like Plated and Darby Smart had a baby.
The Foodstirs team of chefs create the kits which come with everything you need to prep, cook, and assemble your treats. Kits can be purchased individually or as three- or six-month subscriptions and are a convenient option for play dates, birthday parties, or sleepovers.
Often offering themed seasonal boxes, Foodstirs currently has a Heart Tart Kit for Valentine’s Day which includes everything you need to make a dozen valentines for friends, family, and the “maybe more than just friend” in your life. Foodstirs takes care of the recipe, ingredients, cookie cutters, goodie bags, popsicle sticks, string, and even Valentine’s gift tags for your heart tarts. All you need to figure out is who will be receiving them.
Photography provided by Foodstir.