18 Kitchen Riddles With Answers For Kids And Students

Grow your knowledge with the help of the below easy and hard kitchen riddles with answers.

Kitchen Riddles With Answers For Kids And Students

1. I help you cut vegetables and fruits. I am sharp and can be very dangerous. Your mom tells you to not touch me. Who am I? Answer: Knife

2. I have one hand, and 4-5 fingers. You use me to eat noodles. Guess who am I? Answer: Fork

3. I have a short, wide body. It is cold and shiny. My insides are hot as flame. I have two mouths. My tail is long and forked. What am I? Answer: A Toaster.

4. I am mostly found in the kitchen. You eat in me. I am usually round in shape but sometimes I come in other shapes too. Who am I? Answer: Plate

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5. I am a vessel used in the kitchen. I am deep and hollow. Remove the first alphabet in me and find a bird. Who am I? Answer: Bowl

6. What starts with “T”, ends with “T”, and is full of “T”? Answer: Teapot

7. What sneaks through doors and windows without knocking? What heats an unlit stove? What gives the cat a snug place to rest? Answer: The sun!

8. What kind of garden does a baker have? Answer: A flour garden!

9. What happened to the man who plugged his electric blanket into a toaster? Answer: He kept popping out of bed.

10. What goes through the door without pinching itself, sits on the stove without burning itself, sits on the table, and is not ashamed? Answer: The Sun.

11. The sun bakes them, the hand breaks them, the foot treads on them, and the mouth tastes them. What are they? Answer: Grapes.

12. If you put the roast in a roaster, what do you put in a toaster? Answer: Bread.

13. If it takes 5 microwaves 5 minutes to cook 5 chickens, how long does it take 100 microwaves to cook 100 chickens? Answer: 5 minutes. We can assume that one chicken is placed in each microwave and that each chicken takes 5 minutes to cook.

14. You have three stoves: a gas stove, a wood stove, and a coal stove, but only one match. Which should you light first? Answer: The match!

15. Why did the outlaw hold up the bakery? Answer: He kneaded the dough.

16. Why can’t a cook swallow his apron? Answer: Because it goes against his stomach.

17. Which is the only way a leopard can change his spots? Answer: By going from one spot to another.

18. When is 90 greater than 100? Answer: On a microwave timer. When you type 100, the timer interprets it as 1 minute. When you type 90, it will read 90 seconds, which is 1 minute 30 seconds.

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