I always wanted a toy kitchen when I was little, I never got one! So I knew I wanted to get one for my child. Gone are the days when toy kitchens for toddlers are designed solely for little girls.  There are now many gender-neutral designs. However, it’s a minefield. There are so many to choose from. So I decided to do a round-up of some of the best-loved toy kitchens for toddlers with the help from a few of my blogging buddies!


Mum's Recommended 5 of the best toy kitchens


What Toy Kitchens for Toddlers do Mums Recommend?


1.George Home Delux Kitchen, £39.97

This is actually the kitchen we own. I knew I wanted a wooden kitchen. There’s nothing wrong with plastic, but we like quite natural looking things in our home, so we wanted something that was going to blend in a little bit. The price is a steal at just £40! It’s quite easy to assemble, although you will need two people for some parts. For the price, it’s also quite robust and still looks new a few years down the line (thats something consider how brutal Fin can be). It has a little oven and a little microwave and a cute little curtain above the window. It’s very gender neutral so ideal for both boys and girls. What I especially love is the matching accessories you can buy!


2.Plum, Snowdrop Interactive Kitchen, £99.99

Beth from A Blonde and a Baby has the Plum, Snowdrop interactive Kitchen and she says ” We got Lily the Plum Snowdrop Interactive Kitchen for her 3rd birthday and we love it! I think the colour scheme is so pretty. You can also pop an iPad in and make it interactive and cook different foods such as a chicken or muffins!“. You can check out the interactive App here on Android or Apple.



Toy Kitchens for Toddlers 5 Mum recommendations


3.Kidkraft, Prairie Play Kitchen, £139.99

Leanne from A Slice of my Life Wales, has the Kidkraft, Prairie Kitchen and she says “ We’ve got a cute wooden one, the main reason for buying this particular one was that it was being kept in our living room and I wanted something that looked nice. I love the shabby chic vibe and the attention to detail.”


4.IKEA, Play Kitchen DUKTIG, £60.00

Siobhan from The Baby Boat Diaries has the IKEA DUKTIG Kitchen and she says “It’s reasonably priced around the £50 mark. Wooden and sturdy. A great height for toddlers. There are loads of videos of people painting and styling the kitchens.” Natalie from Mumworthy adds ” I’ve ordered this one for Xmas for my little boy who will be nearly 2. He’s played with it at friends houses and loves pretending to feed everyone food. I really like the clean simplicity and the fact it’s wooden not plastic.”


5.Peppa Pig, My First Kitchen, £48.99

Carol at FamilyMakes bought the Peppa Pig Kitchen for her niece and says I think it’s awful, I much prefer the wooden ones or the home-made ones even, but she was Peppa Pig crazy and thought this was the best thing ever! She played with it constantly, and loved the sounds it made and all the pans and food!”


There are so many toy kitchens for toddlers on the market, are there any that beat these five? I’d love to hear, let me know in the comments below!



4 Comments on Toy Kitchens for Toddlers | 5 Top Picks from Mums

    • I think they bought out a bigger version after I bought ours, I notice they have a new one too which I like it’s grey coloured, I wonder if they will faze out the red ones?!

  1. We got a wooden kitchen from Aldi last Christmas – I have two boys but they play with it a lot. It’s quite small but it was only about £30 and it’s perfect for what we need. I think they’re doing them again this year too, along with a shop and a doll’s house I think. #blogtober

    • I love anything ALDI, I remember seeing these in store. When we bought ours we didn’t have an ALDI locally, but hopefully when Emmie is a bit older we can get her a market stall or something!

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