New Sprouts - Cook it! - My very own chef set - 6 per set


Reg. Price $28.99

Our Price $24.40 Per Set

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Encourages early imaginative play for tactile and visual learning
Soft, rubberized parts and easy-grip handles allow children to play safely
Dishwasher-safe and food-safe pieces stack for compact storage
Includes pan, colander, pot, lid, slotted spoon and serving spoon
Designed for children ages 2 and up
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Learning Resources
Manufacturer Part Number
Packaged Quantity
6 / Set
Limited Warranty
365 Day
Age Group
Dishwasher Safe
Package Contents
  • Pan
  • Colander
  • Pot
  • Lid (Fits Both Pan and Pot)
  • Slotted spoon
  • Serving spoon


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New Sprouts - Cook it! - My very own chef set - 6 per set

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Great Kid Kitchen bowls!

By Lois

from Evansville, IN

Verified Buyer


  • Durable
  • Great quality


  • Spoons A Bit Small

Best Uses

    Comments about New Sprouts - Cook it! - My very own chef set - 6 per set:

    This is a great set of kitchen bowls for the kids to play with in their kitchen set. They are extremely durable. Love the rubberized bottoms. Only disappointment would be the size of the spoons. They seem a little small in comparison to some other products we've bought. Still, it's a great set....especially for boys who are rough on everything!!

    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes

    Amazing Product - Love that it stacks!

    By Cassandra L.

    from Beaumont, CA

    Comments about New Sprouts - Cook it! - My very own chef set - 6 per set:

    This an awesome set of pots and pans for any little one that is always wanting to help cook, bake, etc in the kitchen. They are the perfect size for little hands but look just like the ones Mommy and Daddy use. I also love all the wonderful colors that are used.

    In addition to being super cute and durable I love that everything stacks together for easy clean up and storage. In addition to making it easy to store it also helps you keep track of the items, so you will know what is missing and look for the item before too much time has passed.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    Awesome and Durable

    By Kristen from Ohio

    from Ohio


    • Durable
    • Imagination
    • No Batteries


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        Comments about New Sprouts - Cook it! - My very own chef set - 6 per set:

        Once again, I am completely impressed with Learning Resources and the New Sprouts brand. Great quality products, battery-free, fun, nice colors, good price range and durable. You cannot go wrong with these items!

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