As Seen In

New York Times

The Journal News

Top 50 Mom Bloggers

join the rolemommy network

Fisher-Price Servin' Surprises Kitchen Set!

Written by Role Mommy Contributor, Danielle Feigenbaum

Servin' Surprises Image.jpg Last week I attended an event for Fisher-Price where I got a sneak peek at their amazing new toy, the Servin' Surprise Kitchen. I don't think I am exaggerating when I say, all children love to play "kitchen". Kid's imaginations can run wild with pretend food and kitchen play. My kids (ages 8 and 5) still love to play with the kitchen they have had for over six years. Kids can pretend they are going to the super market, play restaurant, or have a family dinner. Playing "family" is big in my house, how about your's? Of course we expect wonderful toys to come from Fisher-Price and this is no exception.

Kitchen play is so important for kids. Some of the skill-building opportunities with food/kitchen play are... color identification, sensory stimulation, counting and measuring, problem solving, fine motor skills, cooperation and sharing.

Your kids will love the "magic" serving tray which says different phrases like "Who wants pizza?" or "Mmmm, cookies!" There are also songs to teach kids about manners and clean up, love that. Since I am a little bit of a neat freak, my favorite part is the secret compartment that stores everything in the table, easy cleanup is the best. The size is perfect as well, not too big so I wouldn't feel bad giving it as a gift to someone who lives in an apartment and doesn't have a ton of room for big toys.

The kitchen set includes table with convertible stovetop, removable oven and "magic" serving tray, 4 slices of pizza with toppings & pizza cutter, 4 cookies with cookie sheet, 2 place settings: forks, spoons, cups & plates.

Click here to learn more about the Servin' Surprise Kitchen Set and to purchase one for your kids or as a fantastic gift!


Posted in: Blog, Role Mommy Fave Find, Role Mommy Recommends on 08/09/2012


  • The little one that used this loved it. Did the entertainment last longer than 15 mins..no, but really I can't expect much more from a toy. The baby loved to kick and hear the music as well as swing his arms and hit the overheard toys. It was very easy to assemble and I felt comfortable enough to walk away from a few minutes without worrying about it toppling over.

    The only negative that I can see so far is the mirror. It really isn't in the best place and when the baby tried to bring it closer the arch did bend some to where I had to distract the baby to get everything set back up. After that first try the mirror didn't seem to pose a problem and the baby was happy enough with the toys he could reach.

    All in all a great product that I know will last awhile.


blog comments powered by Disqus

Get Role Mommy in your inbox!

Sign up for a weekly dose of Role Mommy featuring reviews, recipes, giveaways, deals, must see entertainment and more!

Close and continue to Role Mommy