Best toy kitchen sets according to redditors

We found 19 Reddit comments discussing the best toy kitchen sets. We ranked the 17 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Toy Kitchen Sets:

u/Elukka · 43 pointsr/Suomi

Leluissa nämä hintaerot ovat lähinnä törkeitä:

199 euroa+toimituskulut Suomesta tai 93 euroa Saksasta. En ymmärrä, miksi jengi kantaa edelleen rahaa Suomessa sijaitseviin kuppausliikkeisiin, ja miten tällaiset toimijat pysyvät pystyssä.

u/punasoni · 15 pointsr/Suomi

Tämän sijaan:

Itse ostaisin tämän:

Vähemmän muovia, Kouvolalainen verkkokauppa. Lopulta vielä säästän ja rahoista osalla Kouvolalaisen verkkokaupan kaveri ehkä saa ostettua jotain:

Kouvola-Firmalla massiivinen 3% liikevoitto.

Harva verkkokauppa voi koskaan mätsätä Amazonin alennuksia, elleivät ne kasva 100 miljardin firmoiksi ja pysty ostamaan 100 000 leikkikeittiötä joulusesongiksi.

Valinnoilla voi vaikuttaa. Voi valita keskittävänsä omaisuuden Amazonin osakkeen omistajille, jotka rikastuvat rikastumistaan. Voi myös valita hajauttavansa ostoksia, jolloin hyötyjiä on suurempi määrä.

u/NadaOmelet · 6 pointsr/daddit

The Contemporary Kitchen Helper. Fancy name for "toddler kitchen stool." It's handy and foldable.

u/OwnerOfChaos · 4 pointsr/Mommit

Melissa and Doug have awesome playsets

u/Imriaylde · 4 pointsr/Parenting

We got our 2 yr old this play kitchen for her birthday. It takes up maybe 3 feet of wall space and with the tablet integration/app I can see her enjoying it for many years. Right now she likes seeing what she’s playing with show up on the screen, but there’s a bunch of games with the app as well.

u/LadyMeimorie · 3 pointsr/SantasLittleHelpers

Thanks so much! Just wanted to make sure. Also, your story is so beautiful, I teared up a bit! What a lovely family you have! <3


Kay (7) loves singing. She's believes she's a princess, & can sing to solve any problem. lol She sings Frozen songs at least a couple of times a week, since 2015! At this point, everyone in the house knows every word to every song. xD She really wants a karaoke machine.


Eugene (6) is recently getting into video games, particularly Minecraft. He's also loved cars since he was little(r). He has a bunch of little Hot Wheels that we got from the dollar store, & he'd be so excited to get a track for his cars.


Little Lizzie (4) is obsessed with Minnie Mouse. When we asked her what she wanted for Christmas, she said "Minnie." Then we asked if there was anything else she wanted. She said "Pink Minnie." lol She also loves to play with my old play food from when I was a kid. She would be thrilled with this Minnie Mouse play kitchen.

u/ColourfulConundrum · 3 pointsr/whatisthisthing

Does state something about a stovepot making realistic noises, and there are a number of batteries required so it seems entirely possible that it's a part of the set. Just need to figure out where :P
It could also be part of a stove teapot or kettle from elsewhere that was added to the set - but I can't find one that looks like it would go with it.

u/burnerburneronenine · 3 pointsr/toddlers

We are big coffee drinkers so we purchased this for our kiddo - Melissa & Doug Brew & Serve Wooden Coffee Maker Set

It’s been a HUGE hit.

u/timsandtoms · 3 pointsr/funny

Well that settles it then. Now all I need is to find a wine to pair with Red Velvet and Strawberry Cake...

u/yearofthecat · 3 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Both of them turn pretty neon on me, sadly.

You might like something like Too Cool for School Milk Tint (or any Korean milky lip tint). I have peach and pink and they are quite subtle on the lips in 1-2 coats.

u/DerpityDog · 2 pointsr/Parenting

I've found that Step2 is pretty good about having gender neutral colors and themes for pretend play toys, like kitchen sets, tool sets, etc.

Melissa and Doug is another good source for sturdy pretend play items. And even using real-life items for pretend play, like an old set of pots and pans or used adult or big-kid clothing can be used.

u/hopefaithandlove · 2 pointsr/IFParents

I second getting a wood one. We were lucky enough that my dad rebuilt the he made for my sister and I as a child. C plays with it so much! Then my mom bought the realistic pots/pans and other utensils to go with it. So many hours of play!

For her birthday we asked for and got a lot of Melissa and Doug accessories. more

In addition we got a plastic shopping cart off of a buy sell group. You can get a little apron, oven mitts, etc if your little guy is really into it. C used an old cornstarch container and pretended to make coffee for us yesterday (just like she helps my mom do). It was so cute to watch her imagination go and role play.

u/Believeinthis · 2 pointsr/Parenting

Get him one! Not all of them are pink and purple, haha.
My boys have this table, and they love it! It can be used for arts and crafts, and it comes with plates and food too. They enjoy playing with the food, and it has definitely been one of our most worthwhile purchases!

u/Squoshy50 · 2 pointsr/ShitMomGroupsSay

I got it on Amazon. It was a bit expensive but I liked the versatility and that it looked like my kitchen. I think it's something that will last awhile so we can use it for future children too.

Melissa & Doug Wooden Chef's Pretend Play Toy Kitchen With "Ice" Cube Dispenser

I also bought these accessories

Learning Resources Pretend & Play Cooking Set,

KidKraft Tasty Treats Play Food Set (115 Pieces)

I like the play food because it had a lot of variety of different fruits and vegetables (and other common foods too). It's helped me build his vocabulary.

u/septicidal · 2 pointsr/IFParents

We have the KidCraft “vintage” style kitchen. It’s held up to a lot of abuse and G still loves it (he got it at Christmas when he was 13 months). It’s a little taller than some of the other kitchens, which is great for my super tall kid. We do have it anchored to the wall so it can’t tip. My husband got annoyed with the fact that all of the doors except the microwave have latches, so the microwave door wouldn’t stay closed in our super not-level house - he wound up drilling a small hole and using some super strong magnets with epoxy so it has a magnetic latch now. I will note that the kitchen was a huge pain to assemble, but I did it on my own so it would have gone much faster with two people.

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I know a few people who have the Ikea play kitchen and love it. It has a slightly smaller footprint than the one we have, in case that’s something you’re looking for. I didn’t want to deal with an Ikea trip and my FIL wanted to buy the kitchen, so it was easiest for us to get one through Amazon. I definitely recommend anchoring whatever you get to the wall so it can’t tip with rough play. We used the same furniture anchoring straps we used for anchoring dressers, etc.

We have a bunch of the Ikea fabric play food - I love that if it gets gross, you can machine wash and air dry it all, but we haven’t had to do that yet.

The only pots and pans/utensils we have are the little skillet and lidded pot set from Green Toys, which comes with a ladle and spatula. They’re the perfect size for the KidCraft kitchen and super durable. We got them when G was at peak throwing phase so they’ve survived a lot of abuse and still look like-new.

u/Sadie_for_real · 2 pointsr/IFParents

We have this one. It is very high quality and also really compact, which was a deciding factor for us because of space limitations. R has been using it since about 1.5 years old and is still really into it. It still looks brand new (though she is admittedly easy on toys). I also just really like everything Hape makes so we also have the doll crib and doll high chair.

u/UnicornToots · 1 pointr/toddlers

For outside play, our daughter loves her picnic table because she can bring her art stuff outside and paint there. She also has a tee ball set like this one. Bubbles are definitely a favorite, and we have a brick patio so she enjoys drawing with chalk. And, really, she just likes to play pretend. She will set up a beach ball and random toys and pretend she's at the beach with friends... or she'll make a pretend boat out of a box and "sail like Moana" on our lawn, haha.

For inside, my daughter draws, builds train tracks, plays with magnet tiles and Lego, molds play doh, paints, colors, draws on her dry-erase board, uses her play kitchen, plays "picnic" with her lovies, and dances to music.

u/SaraFist · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

We want this the most out of all the things on Amazon. Babydude loves playing kitchen!

2 or #5 are awesome, thanks!

u/SteveHarveysSuit · 1 pointr/Parenting

Bought this for my niece who just turned 1, her mom said it was her favorite present.

Bought this for her for Christmas. I anticipate her loving it.