Cooking class for children
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could spend time cooking with the kids, but also learn new skills? Wouldn’t it be even better if you could make a few splats and splots on the floor and not have to wash every wooden spoon you own afterwards?
Cookery Doodle Doo organise children’s cookery classes and parties across the UK. We are now fast-growing national franchise with children’s cooking classes available in Brighton & Hove, Portslade, North Hampshire, Silverstone and Cheltenham!
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With lessons on everything from edible Flowerpot Cheesecakes to healthy home-cooked meals, there is always a fun new activity for them to get stuck into.
How we help you:
- Great quality ingredients. We source and buy all the fresh ingredients for the our cooking parties and classes so you can trust us to always use free range eggs and good quality food
- Each week is a new imaginative recipe to learn. With a range of classes including making fresh pasta, baking bread, Mexican, Italian as well as our craft-inspired classes making jewelry-covered Handy Biscuits and Easter chicks!
- Child- friendly classes with fun themes. Our classes are as creative as our children’s cooking parties and the kid’s will love learning to make new recipes with our friendly cooks.
- We tidy and wash up. Phew!
Our cooking parties and classes are currently available in Brighton, Hove and North Hampshire. More destinations coming soon!
Would you like to run your own children’s cooking business at home? We’re looking for talented people to join our freindly team. Visit the franchise page to read our information pack and watch the video!
Get inspired to cook with the kids! Check out our handy children’s food and party guides and free recipe videos.
Watch our latest recipe post online. We’ve adapted a simple scone recipe to flavour them with real flowers! Try the Lavender and Blueberry Scones with runny honey or Rose Scones with raspberry jam and cream.
- Don’t be in the kitchen too much once guests arrive. You will resent it. Hot pizzas, ice cream are all good in theory but do require last minute supervision and serving. Jellies, quiche, mini pasties are all great kids’ party food and can be prepared in advance.
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