Since Little Miss Muffin and her friends have a great time making tasty treats in the bake shop, Little Miss Muffin dolls offers some parents tips for fun in the kitchen.
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 31, 2011
Little Miss Muffin was one of the hottest holiday toys of 2011. Little Miss Muffin is a proud sponsor of Share Our Strength's Great American Bake Sale. Throughout 2012, 1% of Jay at Play's Little Miss Muffin Pop N Flip™ dolls sold will be donated to Great American Bake Sale (up to $75,000), a national effort to end childhood hunger in America by 2015.
Many children received a Little Miss Muffin doll for Christmas or Hanukah, and these kids are eager to have some fun in the kitchen-- perhaps to make some treats for a Great American Bakesale fundraiser.
Children love to help in the kitchen -- stirring, mixing and watching culinary creations come to life. Moms know that dangers lurk around each corner and a little precaution goes a long way in keeping everyone safe, so Little Miss Muffin offers the following tips for safe fun in the kitchen.
Pick Easy Recipes for Youngsters: MyLittleMissMuffin.com offers a variety of simple recipes for young children from fingerpainting on poundcake to mixing homemade playdough. More advanced mini chefs might enjoy layering a red, white, and blueberry parfait with strawberry and vanilla yogurt sprinkled with fruit on top.
Choose Age Appropriate Activities: Consider the age of the child when deciding which part of the process they can handle. Cooks know how easily a knife can get slip and quickly slice through palms and little fingers.
Provide Distractions During Difficult Steps: If a child is extra inquisitive and won’t steer clear when the real cooking and prep work begins, hand them a cooking friendly toy like a durable and washable Little Miss Muffin doll or a stack of plastic bowls and wooden spoons. Buy a fun shaped timer and mini-kitchen toys for extra fun.
Watch Your Ingredients: Make sure not to leave anything out that can go bad out on the counter for long periods. Bacteria can grow quickly in a warm house, despite your best intentions and kids love to lick the bowl, another dangerous habit with raw ingredients.
About Jay at Play:
Jay at Play International was established in 2004 and is a Hong Kong-based company with a showroom in New York City. The company's products are distributed internationally through companies that TV-promote all of their brands. Following the worldwide success of its best-selling MushABellies line, Totally KooKoo and Happy Nappers, Jay at Play is now launching TV campaigns in the U.S. for its Little Miss Muffin brand. Jay at Play International is a subsidiary of Jay Franco & Sons, the industry leader in the Home Furnishing Industry.
About Little Miss Muffin:
Little Miss Muffin arrives to you peeking out of her magical muffin cup. Pop her muffin top, flip the muffin cup inside out, and Little Miss Muffin becomes a soft adorable doll. With sweet expressive faces and bright smiles, there are ten Little Miss Muffin Dolls each with their own flavor to delight kids of all ages. They are available exclusively at Toys"R"Us stores and ToysRus.com. Throughout 2012, 1% of Jay at Play's Little Miss Muffin Pop N Flip™ dolls sold will be donated to Great American Bake Sale (up to $75,000), a national effort to end childhood hunger in America by 2015.