Children's Cooking Classes in Greenwich South London
01 Jan

Children’s Cooking Classes in London

Children and their parents learn in a range of classes from sushi classes to baking.

‘Teaching parent and child classes is a most rewarding activity.’ Chef Tutor, Greenwich Pantry

Children and their parents can learn in a range of classes from sushi classes to baking. Children’s baking classes are taught by expert chefs with experience in schools and child friendly settings so that your children are helped to become mini cooks.

From baking classes to sushi making, teaching children to cook and eat healthily is a life long endeavour of mine and there’s no better place to start learning about food than in a home kitchen.

So why do we keep our children out of the kitchen?

If cooking and eating is one of life’s greatest pleasures, teach them young. There’s so much to learn through cooking skills which goes way beyond the aesthetic value of food. Measuring, weighing, estimating, guesstimating, socialising, learning about tastes, textures; the list goes on.

It’s not easy when you come home and have a million and one things to do is it?

Granted, it’s not easy when you come home and have a million and one things to do is it? But there are ways around this. Help with planning and goal setting may be what you need. Whatever the case,  with expertise in nutrition on family food programmes, we have seen and helped hundreds of families become better at teaching food at home.

If you are keen to get kids cooking but can’t come along to a group class, but want help with teaching kids to cook at home email cookandeat@greenwichpantry.com and let’s teach the children to be great cooks.

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2 thoughts on “Children’s Cooking Classes in London

    • It’s a good idea to start with your 5 year old on cooking that involves chopping as it helps with hand eye coordination and they are really good you can start with baking simple things like scones.

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