Holiday Gift Idea for Your Little Kitchen Helpers!

I’ve always bragged about how Leah has been my kitchen helper since almost day one. Each of my kids enjoy helping out in the kitchen, but Leah is the one who is always there, no matter what. At 2 she could crack eggs perfectly, could whisk and scrape a bowl quite well, and was continuously under my feet or by my side the second she’d hear my KitchenAid mixer turn on. That passion for being in the kitchen hasn’t changed… she still loves to help me do whatever I’m doing.

As a typical 4th child, Leah has been a bit forgotten about when it comes to toys. In fact, she doesn’t have much that wasn’t a hand me down from her siblings. That’s why when the folks at Fisher Price contacted me to see if my little kitchen helper would like to try out their new Servin’ Surprises™ Kitchen & Table, I jumped at the chance. What a great opportunity for Leah to have something all her own AND for it to be a cool toy that has to do with her favorite thing… cooking in the kitchen.

When the Fisher Price Servin’ Surprises™ Kitchen & Table arrived, we decided to invite Leah’s best friend, Natalie, over to join her in playing with it. They had so much fun baking cookies, whipping up coffee for me, and listening and singing along to the music and sounds the interactive kitchen makes. “Who wants pizza?” and “Mmmmmm cookies!” were just the motivation they needed to keep making more.

Servin’ Surprises™ Kitchen & TableIt’s not often that I share toys and things with you on Dine & Dish, but since a certain holiday is right around the corner and I’m sure many of you are scratching your heads as to what to get your own kitchen helpers, I just have to recommend this fun toy from Fisher Price.

Some of our personal favorite features of the Servin’ Surprises™ Kitchen & Table are:

  • It’s interactive with voices and sounds that encourage your child and their creativity
  • The stovetop flips to convert into an activity table so you can use it for an art space as well.
  • The center of the table serves as a storage compartment for all of the accessories.
  • The table is adjustable so the height can grow as your little one grows.

A special thanks to Fisher Price for giving Leah some kitchen type entertainment even when we’re not in the real kitchen. I’ve been so impressed that throughout the weeks, she continues to have the same fondness and enthusiasm for her new kitchen that she did in the very beginning. Any mom of a 3 year old knows that’s a rare thing!

For more information about the Servin’ Surprises™ Kitchen & Table visit the Fisher Price website. It can also be purchased at any major retailer and online from

Fisher-Price sent Leah a Servin’ Surprises Kitchen & Table to play with so we could facilitate our review. All opinions expressed are my own.



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  1. Nancy says

    I saw this in WalMart a couple of weeks ago. So cute! Made me sad that I don’t have anybody little anymore to buy this kind of stuff for.

  2. says

    aw….I know my kids would love this set. They always enjoy cooking with me in the kitchen. This would be a nice gift for them…with some serious cooking without making a mess in my kitchen! hehehe…

  3. says

    I am so happy that she loved this but also that you shared such a great review. Honestly I kind of want this for myself. :) But in all seriousness I’ve been looking at a few kitchen options for Chip, and I know I can trust your opinion! :)

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  5. Jenny says

    Oh Kristen – so precious!! The girls just had a ball with that table – and you can feel it in the pictures. :) You captured the girls so well – you are such a wonderful photographer! Natalie was looking over my shoulder when I pulled up the post and she says “That’s my favorite!” and squealed when she saw the ones of her and Leah together! Then she basically narrated everything that must have happened in the pictures, “Then it dinged!” “I make cookies!” “There’s the bread!” Such a fun toy! Thanks for having her over to try it out. Can’t believe Nattie went from knowing nobody her age to having a best friend that she adores in 2 short months! Lucky to have you girls in our lives :)

  6. says

    How adorable! My girls have a mini kitchen already but its not nearly as interactive as this one. My girls love helping me too, But I have yet to have them crack eggs, knowing them they would start throwing eggs. So I usually just let them pour items into the mixer and some other tasks that wont result in me having more things to clean up! I do love this kitchen though. Would be a cute addition to what they already have. Ohhh Santa… (aka Grandma and Grandpa) ha ha

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