Last week we were invited to a very special ‘Kids in the Kitchen’ party with Nigel Clarke in London. I’ve mentioned a few times how much my children enjoy collecting and playing with Num Noms so they were very excited to be invited to this special Num Noms Series 5 launch event.
Can you believe Series 5 have recently launched? There are so many fun Num Noms characters and playsets to collect. We were lucky to get a good look at the new series which is full of great new characters including Caramel Croissant, Razzy Loaf, Krispy Kaitlin and Wildberry Whirl. As well as playing with the new toys we were very excited to have the chance to get creative in the kitchen. My kids love cooking and were excited to see that the plan included making their own pizza, fruit kebabs, smoothies and decorating donuts!
They had so much fun creating food and of course eating it all. Not only did they make their pizza dough from scratch but they also got to ride the smoothie bike to blend their own smoothies! They really enjoyed themselves but I think their favourite part was decorating the donuts! They were given two donuts each as well as icing bags and bowls of sweets so they could decorate them however they liked. It was a bit of a sugar overload but there were so happy to be given boxes so they could take them home to show their Dad.
It was a really fun event to attend during half term and we were given loads of Num Noms to take home and play with too.
Win a Num Noms bundle of goodies
I have a lovely giveaway to share with you today. You can win a bundle of Num Noms toys including a Num Noms backpack, Num Noms magazine, Num Noms Top Trumps, Num Noms Snackables Dippers and a Num Noms Mystery Pack.
To enter my giveaway you must answer the question via the Rafflecopter widget below, there are some bonus entries too. The giveaway is open to those with a UK postal address only and ends on 24th June. The winners name will appear on this post. Good luck!
Don’t forget to check out my other giveaways on my competition page.
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