Bookakery Subscription Box Review

Bookakery is a monthly kids subscription that sends out kid approved picture book, recipe, baking tools, and a fun activity all revolving around the theme for that month. Bookakery’s aim is to let kids discover the world through books and comfort baking.

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Bookakery Subscription Box Review

Let’s see what we got inside this fun box!

This month’s theme revolved around the Hispanic culture – always fun to learn about new cultures!Bookakery Subscription Box Review

You also receive an information card that lists all the items in your box. And this is always very helpful because sometimes it’s hard to keep track of items in the box.

Bookakery Subscription Box Review

Mini TP Piñata kit and pastry brush

The inclusion of a baking tool for the kids is a nice touch to personalize the box and would only add to their excitement to create something.

Bookakery Subscription Box Review

Round Is A Tortilla – A Book of Shapes by Roseanne Thong

I love how everything in the box is so nicely color coordinated with the theme of the book. There is definitely a lot of thought put into creating a fun unboxing experience for kids!

Bookakery Subscription Box Review

What I loved about this picture book was that it gave a tour of the Latino culture while teaching about shapes at the same time in a fun way. Totally apt for a 3 year old as she was easily able to identify the hidden shapes everywhere.

Bookakery Subscription Box Review

The rhyming also made for an entertaining read. Also since there were a bunch of Spanish words used throughout the book – towards the end, a glossary was included explaining all the words in English. So it is a perfect book for those who are new to Spanish as well, such as my 3 year old.

Bookakery Subscription Box Review

Mini TP Roll Pinatas

After reading our book, we decided to make our piñata. You do require some additional items from the home such as scissors, toilet paper roll, tape etc. But the instructions clearly lists what you need, making it easier to follow through.

Bookakery Subscription Box Review

A fun, hands-on activity for a 3 year old and her little sister (the other tiny hand you see) 😉 – it was easy enough for my 3 year old to put together. I just had to cut out the fringe into strips and my daughter was able to stick it on the tube.

Bookakery Subscription Box Review

Not a very happening piñata but this is what happens when a 3 year old insists on doing everything on their own. 🙂 Overall, it was a fun hands-on activity that kept my daughter busy for a good while. 😉

Flour Tortillas & Cinnamon Crisps

Next, we hopped on to the baking part and my daughter just couldn’t contain her excitement. She absolutely loves to help us out in the kitchen in her own little way. We do bake cupcakes and cookies all the time, but this was our first time making a home-made tortilla!

Bookakery Kids Subscription Box Review

The recipe card cleverly connects the theme of the book and the recipes given along with providing detailed descriptions of what is being made. We got two recipes to make: tortilla and cinnamon crips  with the second recipe being an extension of the first one. Easy peezy for the kiddos and tons of fun at the same time.

My 3 year old had a ball of a time rolling out those tortillas! She made sure to roll out all of them. 🙂

Bookakery Subscription Box Review

Sadly we weren’t able to take a picture of our final product, but suffice it to say, the tortillas were gobbled up pretty quickly! 😉


Overall, Bookakery turned out to be a unique and an entertaining kids box. It is a perfect subscription for little bookworms and budding bakers. And more than anything, I think it is a great way to spend some quality time with your kids, while keeping them away from the screen as they discover the world through this fun combination of baking and reading.