There is a one time $25 registration fee for all new students which includes Let The Kids Cook! cookbook and bonus coordinating apron for ages 5-12 .
Please ask for registration forms to be e-mailed.
The primary source of our cooking is with fresh whole and organic foods. Students cook from scratch and learn about good nutrition and healthy options throughout the cooking process. They taste, then take home everything they prepare.
Please note the teacher is very creative and the below menus are subject to change.
Holiday Kids Baking Session
4:15pm – 5:45pm $140/4 week session
4 – 6 students/class
This 4 week session offers a variety of baked goods (cookies, cake, candy) made from scratch and decorated for the upcoming holiday season.
**Please note: the baked goods will not go home with the children after each class, rather they will be stored with me until the last class where they will be shared with invited family members for our famous Holiday Party.
by request during the month of December
Adult Autumn Menu Suggestions
One 2 hour 15 minute group lesson: choose from one of the 2 course menus below. Cost: $85/per person. Add the dessert for $10 more (lesson will be 2 hour 40 minutes)
Classes by request. Day and time to be coordinated with teacher and adults.
Chicken Parmesan with Fresh Pasta in Garlic Oil
Stuffed Pork Chops with Rosemary Potatoes
Lemon Zest Carrots
Pumpkin Soup, Roasted Sliced Vegetable Stacks
Apple Walnut Salad
Shrimp with Sauteed Bok Choy and Broccoli
Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Dessert (extra): Chaussons Aux Pommes (French Apple Turnovers)
**Gluten Free Classes by request
Kids Who Care Cook for Those in Need!
benefitting the Denver Rescue Mission
Saturday, January 19 4 – 5:30pm (must have12 students)
Meatloaf and Mashed Potatoes
Offered to any student who has taken a 4 or 5 week cooking session.
The cost for this special class is the donation of 2 or more items from a food list compiled from the above menu.
Example: 5 lbs chopped meat, 8oz. parmesan cheese, 10 lbs. potatoes
Food items must be dropped off one day prior to class.
Students will make enough meatloaf and mashed potatoes to feed 100 people.
The above meals will be delivered to the Denver Rescue Mission the following morning to be served as part of their evening meal.
**This is a pilot program. If successful will be offered once or twice/month using different recipes.