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Five Cooking Classes for Kids in Melbourne

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Published December 7th 2012
Give your Master Chef a headstart
If you're harbouring suspicions that there's a Master Chef in the making in your kitchen, it might be a good idea to enroll the tot in a kid's cooking class. It might be fun to see how that goes besides keeping him or her happily occupied during the holidays. Who knows, you might end up picking a few pointers yourself. Here's a list of cooking classes for kids in and around Melbourne that takes a fun approach to the serious art of cooking.

Anna's Kitchen
Anna holds cooking classes for all levels from absolute beginners who can't tell a ladle from a rolling pin to natural born chefs who want to learn more. She has workshops for kids where they are taught how to make pizzas, desserts, quesadillas, sausage rolls, fish & chips, pies, as well as pasta. She also has cupcake and gingerbread decorating classes for the artistically inclined. You will find more information regarding timetable and fee here, or you can give Anna a call for more details.
Location: 12 Scenic Ct, Croydon North, Vic 3136
Phone: 03 9723 2081
Email: anna@annaskitchen.com.au

annaskitchen.com.au/

Spudz
At Spudz your kids are encouraged to take cooking seriously and are not just taught cooking but also how to cook and eat healthy. Classes start from the veggie patch and kids get to make informed choices about what they eat and how best to cook it. It's a fun, hands-on experience that might do your kids a world of goodness. Kids up to 16 years of age are taught in groups of 12 and you might want to enquire and make bookings if interested.
Location: 588 Barkly Street, Footscray, Vic 3011
Phone: 0425 765 758
Email: info@spudz.com.au

www.spudz.com.au

Gourmet Kids
Gourmet Kids have cooking classes for kids as young as 2 years old along with a care-giver. They have various programs such as Kinder session, After School session, Weekend session, and School Holiday programs. Catch them give Coxy a run for his money here



For more information you can contact Gourmet Kids here
Location: 1499 Malvern Road, Malvern, Vic 3144
Phone: 03 9824 5979
Email: info@gourmetkids.com.au

Luscious Affairs
A slightly upmarket option but then this could be just what you've been looking for. Enrol your kids in this cooking class if they're over 6 years old and you need a night out. Not making much sense, am I? This is how it works. Drop your kids off at the Junior Gourmet cooking session run by Liz Long where she teaches them how to cook, eat what they cooked, and listen to a bed time story before they are handed back to you with a recipe booklet of what they have learned. You can either buy the ingredients as per the shopping list given to you or pay for it along with the fee. Get more details here at Luscious Affairs.
Location: 494 Tooroonga Road, Hawthorn East, Vic 3123
Phone: 03 9813 3303
Location: Shop 9 Village Way Arcade, 501 Toorak Road, Vic 3142
Phone: 03 9827 7199

www,lusciousaffairs.com.au

Ladro Junior Pizza Making Classes
Here's a cheeky idea to save money on pizza dinners; get your kids to learn how to do it. At Ladro Junior Pizza Making Classes, youngsters are taught how to knead, roll, and spin dough into pizza base and then arrange the toppings of their choice on to it to create their dream pizza. They get to use their hands and do it from scratch with flour and water. You can choose from two locations
Location:
162 Greville Street, Prahran, Vic 3181; Phone: 03 9510 2233
224 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, Vic 3065; Phone: 03 9415 7575

www.ladro.com.au

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Why? Keeps kids creatively and productively engaged
When: School holidays and all year round
Where: Various cooking classes for kids in Melbourne
Cost: Varies
Your Comment
This looks so cool. I wish there were stuff like this when I was a kid.
by Ms. Samantha (score: 2|362) 2482 days ago
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