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What's for dinner Minnie?
Minnie Mouse Kitchen
Member Name: Whizz11
Minnie Mouse Kitchen
Advantages: Lots of things to do, good accessories
This year for Christmas we bought my little girl a Minnie Mouse kitchen. She loved playing with kitchens when we go to other peoples houses and she loves Minnie Mouse so the combination of the two was perfect and it's definitely a winner. We are lucky to receive pretend biscuits that she has made for us every morning now!
The kitchen is made of plastic and although not as good looking as some toy kitchens you can get there are a lot of different aspects to it and lots of accessories that come with it that make it very fun to play with. It can needing assembly but my husband did that so I cannot comment although on Christmas morning it did take him a while to put together and I heard a few swear words coming from the lounge but then he consulted the instructions and it was done.
The kitchen consists of a sink with a stove top to the right and a work top to the left with a draining sink for plates and then underneath this there is a upright oven and a regular oven. The top of the kitchen has shelf and some cardboard backing with pictures of shelves and Mickey Mouse at the window on them. At the top is a clock and a Minnie Mouse bow to top it off. What I like about the clock is that the hands are Minnie Mouse hands which are really cute. They do come off fairly easily though and my little girl likes to pull them off so I am forever clipping them back on.
The ovens open and are fairly big inside so you can put in pots of food and make pretend like you are cooking some really nice meals. My favourite part of the whole kitchen is the mixer. This is actually hidden in the left hand side work top under the plate drainer but when you lift up the hook up comes the mixer. It's a really cool use of space and would be a good idea in an adult kitchen too.
The kitchen came with lots of purple coloured utensils such as knives, forks and spoons as well as pot and pans too. My little girl likes to use the rolling pin a lot when she is making us her biscuits. My favourite accessories are the little salt and pepper shakers. They are round and in the shape of Minnie Mouse heads which make them very cute in my opinion.
Its the little touches on this that I really like and that I think make it really special. For example the hand on the mixer is a Minnie Mouse hand as are the hands on the clock at the top of the cooker and the dials on the ovens too. I just think it would definitely be something Minnie Mouse would have in her own kitchen!The dials on the ovens make a clicking noise just like a real cooker and I like that attention to detail.
The nice thing is this kitchen isn't too large so my little girl can either stand up next to it to cook or, more often than not as we have put this kitchen in her Minnie Mouse play tent, she sits next to it or kneels and still can reach everything.
At a price of £34.99 I think this fun kitchen is well worth the investment. It's quite pink and purple so it would suit girls more but there is no reason why boys can't play with it too. My son loves playing with it, when his sister will let him that is. Well recommended.
The dimentions are given as: Size: Length 44.5cm x Width 51.5cm x Depth 61.5cm.
Summary: Minnie Mouse kitchen
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