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Holiday Gift Guide: Magic Cabin, Mini Kitchen Review

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Toy Kitchens encourage creativity and hours on end of imaginative play, making them  an ideal gift for both girls and boys.

I just recently was given the opportunity to review a Mini Kitchen from Magic Cabin. If you know nothing of this company, I encourage to check out the review on the Magic Cabin-Apple House Play Set I wrote a few months ago.

As a child, I never had a toy kitchen of my own, I believe mostly space played a huge factor in that. Space really can be an issue in most homes. I myself live in a tiny two bedroom apartment and it’s already pretty crowded with only my husband, daughter and I.

I know there are a lot of kitchen toys on the market and I’m sure most of us want to get the right one. Space was my issue in finding the right type of kitchen and that’s one big reason that I immediately fell in love with the Mini Kitchen from Magic Cabin.

Mini Kitchen from Magic Cabin measures in at  31 x 21.5 x 12.5 inches.  It’s the perfect size for my tiny apartment and for my daughter.  This toy is all natural made from Baltic birch. The kitchen shipped in a small box flat box. It took my husband no more than 5-10 minutes to put the kitchen together in it’s entirety. I love that there are no batteries to change out or stickers that will fade or peel. It’s definitely the type of kitchen that’s made to be passed down.

No food? No problem! The Mini Kitchen from Magic Cabin comes with 23 wooden pieces of plates, utensils, pots, pans, and a few play foods, such as a carrot, egg, and bread to name just a few. My daughter really likes her kitchen toy. We’ve some other ec0-friendly pots and pans from Green Toys and they work wonderfully as well with this sturdy little kitchen!

I’ve included a short video of my 18 month old daughter playing with her kitchen. The recommended age I believe is 3 years old and up for the kitchen though my daughter enjoys playing with it and making mommy and daddy little meals as well as feeding her baby dolls! I also believe it’s great to encourage your child’s culinary skills early on, imaginative or not!

You can purchase the for only Mini Kitchen from Magic Cabin for just 99.00. What a wonderful gift this would make for any child! You can receive a standard shipping fee of 4.99 if you spend over 50.00 by using the promotional code  MC499 at checkout!

Disclaimer: I was sent a mini kitchen to review from Magic Cabin . This review is 100% my opinion and has not been edited or reviewed by anyone. I was not compensated in any other way for this product review.


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Comments (3)

  • Nuri

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    This is SO cute!! My daughter would SO love this kitchen! I have a problem with space too, as we live in a small apartment, so this kitchen would be wonderful for her!
    Thanks for the wonderful review 🙂

  • karen M

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    Every little girl should have a little kitchen set, this is just too cute. Nice and compact

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