Embracing a Healthy Family: Zulily & Handstand Kids Chinese Cookbook, Apron & Placemat Giveaway 5/18 & Special Code for Savings CLOSED WINNER

Zulily & Handstand Kids Chinese Cookbook, Apron & Placemat Giveaway 5/18 & Special Code for Savings CLOSED WINNER



An e-mail has been sent and she has 48 hours to respond before a new winner will be chosen by random.org.

Thanks to all those who entered and if you haven't already, please check out Zulily as they have fantastic deals all the time!


Cooking with your child is so much fun and provides not only entertainment but it's an educational experience.  It may even cultivate a future career.  Both my smaller ones love to cook and have a hosts of aprons and a few cookbooks.  We have family fun night once and sometimes twice a month where we plan the dinner menu, make the menu cards and cook the meal together.  I definitely advocate having a family fun night for any family which involves having the kids cook a healthy and fun meal.

mexican cookbook kit

It's sometimes hard to find an easy online recipe for kids which is why I like the cookbooks from Handstand Kids.  I received a complimentary Mexican Cookbook set and love it.  The cookbook was written by Yvette Garfield and illustrations by Kim Derose.  It's a very cute designed cookbook with spiral pages and colorful drawings.  I loved the educational aspect of this cookbook as when you first open it, you see a map of Mexico and your child can write his/her name in it.

It's divided in sections and the Table of Contents illustrates it perfectly.  The author provides a translation for ingredients and utensils from English and Spanish.  Each recipe's difficulty level is marked by the number of advocados.  A level 1 means it's a basic recipe and it goes to a level 4 that requires adult assistance with the entire recipe.  Each page is durable and smooth to resist stains and allows for a quick wipe off.

Izzy  Felix Gabby 
 Marvin  Ari

The Handstand Kids include Izzy, Felix, Gabby, Marvin and Ari.  You can read all about them at Handstand Kids.  The Handstand Kids Cookbook Company creates international cookbook kits to introduce children to the culture, language and cuisine of new countries.  Every cookbook is packaged with an accessory.  For the Mexican Cookbook, we received a red, kids sized oven mitt.

One of the first and easiest recipes is Farmer's Market Chips, Pico de Gallo Salsa and Guacamole.  The recipe continues to provide translations for the ingredients.  There are so many fun recipes you can have fun with your kids with these collections of books.

Handstand Kids also has cooking accessories, placemats, kitchen mats and a wonderful gift basket. The placemats are another wonderful educational opportunity for them without even realizing it due to the maps.
These kits were featured on zulily – a daily deals site for moms, babies and kids.  They offer great discounts (up to 70% off) on clothing, but also have gear and toys like these kits

chinese cookbook kit

The Giveaway:

One lucky reader will receive their very own Handstand Kids Chinese Cookbook kit with chopsticks, placement and red apron!


To Enter:

Follow my blog and tell me which cookbook set you like the most.

china mat
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Giveaway ends 5/18 - winner will be chosen by random.org.

US only please.



By using the code YOUNG10, you can save $10 off a purchase of $30 or more from 5/4 - 5/18!  That's a great savings considering the prices at Zulily are already amazing!

One use per customer.

*Disclaimer:  I received a complimentary product for a review and giveaway.  I received no financial compensation.

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Kathy said...

i liked you on facebook 1

Kathy said...

i liked zulily on facebook 2

Domestic Diva said...

The Chinese cookbook is my favorite, though the Mexican and Italian cookbooks look great too.

redkathy said...

The Mexican kits is adorable.

Cynthia said...

I like the Mexican cookbook but the Chinese sounds like it would be fun too. I follow your blog, "liked" Zulily and you, and follow you on Twitter....not sure how many points that's worth!

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