Cooking classes for Dubai kids

Try these cookery and baking classes for children in Dubai


Do your sprogs like to lend a helping hand in the kitchen? Sign them up for one of these fun cooking or baking classes and you may find that dinner will be taken care of!

Favourite Things
Let your little ones whisk-up some of their favourite things at a fun class with the Cooking Club. This cool kitchen environment is the perfect place for kids to learn chef secrets and tips. They can create some favourite creations which include a pineapple upside down and a fruity fruit cake. The classes are split in to various parts from making, baking, arts and crafts, tasting to receiving their very own certificate. The Cooking Club takes place on the first and third Monday of each month.
Single class Dhs105 for members, Dhs140 for non-members. 4pm-6pm. Favourite Things, Dubai Marina Mall, (04 434 1984).

Pascal Tepper French Bakery
The café’s family Friday brunch offers its creative baking class, Le Petit Pascal for kids! This fun-filled Friday will give youngsters the chance to bake some yummy cakes from some traditional recipes. Kids can be entertained by the experts in the kitchen who will teach them about Chef Pascal’s tips for baking bread, Viennoiseries and pastries.
Dhs69 for kids, Dhs99 for adults, Fridays, 11am-4pm. Pascal Tepper French Bakery, Dubai Media City, Dubai, (04 454 2408).

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts
Youngsters can take part in fun cooking class as part of World Health Day celebrations. The special kids’ class will take place on April 7, and will help to raise awareness of healthy eating. Youngsters will be able to create lots of exciting dishes including clown pizzas, flavoured organic yoghurt, whole-wheat tortilla snakes, pancakes and sandwiches which take the shape of cats, caterpillars and birds. Those are just a few of the fun and creative recipes! Suitable for youngsters aged five to 14.
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Funky Monkeys
Kids can put their chef hats on at a full cooking course with Funky Monkeys! Over ten classes, youngsters can enjoy making a variety of healthy dishes, learn about food from different cultures and add new dishes each week to their very own menu. Kids can have lots of fun learning how to cook and bake with experts in the kitchen.
Dhs1,200 for ten classes. Funky Monkeys, Wasl Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai. Visit (04 388 4114).

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