Kids of all ages just love to cook. It makes them feel grown up, helpful and proud. Once a child understands the process of making something they are used to seeing in a box or a can, they appreciate the effort that goes into creating it. And once they take on the role of chef and prepare a dish or a meal for others they learn responsibility.
For many kids cooking the Food Network have replaced Saturday morning cartoons. Cooking has become cool. These classes are a fun mixture of learning techniques, the value of cooking from scratch along with a dash of nutrition. All menus include a sparkling fruit drink and fruit kebabs.
Hearty soups are a great way to introduce kids to a variety of vegetables and cutting techniques.
Vegetable Soup with Mini Meatballs
Spinach Salad with Creamy Italian Dressing
Home made Chocolate Pudding with Home made Whipped Cream
Mix, stretch and cut the dough. This is a very popular choice for all age groups.
Homemade Fettucine Pasta with Cherry Tomato Sauce
Four Green Salad with Homemade Croutons and Ranch Dressing
Strawberry Short Cake with Home Made Whipped Cream
The Lunch Box
Create an eye-appealing-delicious and nutritious Japanese-style lunchbox.
Pinwheel Sandwich Rolls
Potato salad in a Tomato Cup
Baked Crispy Chicken Nuggets
Banana – Chocolate Chip Muffins
Learn about the different spices that go into making this tasty dish. Kids will make and take home their own spice blends.
Homemade Chicken Fajitas
Bananas Foster (Sautéed bananas with vanilla ice cream)
Let’s Make Sushi Rolls
Yes kids can roll sushi!
Vegetable Maki Zushi
Homemade Strawberry and Orange Gelatin Dessert in Orange Cups or Matcha Ice Cream