The Great British Bake Off Inspires Children To Cook

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23rd September 2014

Inspired by The Great British Bake Off, Hampshire children are helping busy mums and dads by taking over Sunday pudding duties.

Children’s cooking school, Cookery Doodle Doo in Laverstoke has created a new weekend class for primary school children. At the Sunday Pudding Club, youngsters are given the ingredients and skills to prepare a pudding for the family Sunday dinner.

The Sunday Morning Pudding Club runs monthly and aims to encourage family get-togethers over Sunday lunch while also teaching the children a vital life-skill. Recipes include traditional Lemon Meringue Pies and sticky Banoffee Puddings.

Katie said “The Sunday Pudding Club has been a huge success – thanks in part to the popularity of TV shows like The British Bake Off. We were sold out on our first session and are now fully booked until December! I love seeing the kids proud of their cooking and looking forward to presenting their contribution to the meal. The parents also enjoy having a couple hours of extra free time too!”

Cookery Doodle Doo runs cooking classes nationwide and combines fun recipes with good quality ingredients to help children develop a life-long love of cooking.

Amelie Poffley, aged 7, one of the first children to sign up to make a Banoffee Pie at the first class said “Cookery Doodle Doo is very fun. The best bit was putting the chocolate flakes on top and crushing the biscuits with a rolling pin!”

The next class in October has already sold out and November (a Chocolate and Pear Tart) has now got a waiting list. Bookings can be made online at www.cookerydoodledoo.com or contact Katie Black on 07473958402 for more information.

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Information for editors:

Katie Black runs Cookery Doodle Doo North Hants, and can be reached at katie.black@cookerydoodledoo.com or 07473 958402.

Katie Elfer is the company director and can be reached at info@cookerydoodledoo.com or 07588 692 955

Cookery Doodle Doo was founded in 2012 and operates across the UK, offering cooking and food craft classes to children. More information about the children’s cooking franchise is available on the website www.cookerydoodledoo.com/franchise

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