Friday, June 5, 2020


Are you looking for something fun to do with your kids? I have a subscription box that will bring fun to your kitchen. Eat2Explore is a box that you can explore different foods from different countries. This box has a variety of different options for their customers. You can shop the different boxes that are available. You can purchase 1 box at a time or there is different monthly subscriptions available. 

We were lucky to receive their Greece Box in the mail.  What is cool the outside of the box has a map and shows different kind of foods across the world. When we opened the box there was a lot inside. 

We took the papers out of the box first. The first paper that we took out was a list of ingredients that  you will need to make the food. It showed in each column a recipe and the ingredients that needed for that recipe and it also had a check mark of what the box included. Then they had 3 recipes that were included in the box. It showed with pictures on how to put the recipe together. It also gave fun facts and information about the recipe and the ingredients. 

What kids will love about this box is that it has a passport in the box. The passport has pages where it says Country, Month and Year. This is where you will put your recipe information in when you made the dish. Down below it says dishes completed. Then you can rate the dish that you completed. Also for the kids they have a pin that represents the countries flag. They also include in your box teaspoon measuring cups. 

The last things that we took out of the box was their seasoning packets that went with the recipes that they offer. Each packet is labeled and tells you what is inside. The come in brown packets that easy to open and use. When you open the box you can definitely smell the seasonings. This is a fun box that you explore with your children in the kitchen and have fun. I would recommend exploring their website and see the different boxes that they offer. 

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