Cooking lessons give kids survival skills for today's fast-paced world, and also tomorrow's faster-paced world ruled by sentient vegetables. Help your child stockpile culinary moves with this Groupon.
$15 for 60–90-Minute Kids' Cooking Class ($35 Value)
Kids learn their way around the kitchen in a range of age-appropriate classes suitable for youngsters ages 3–18. Recipes and lessons change each week and have included hands-on prep of quiche, fudgesicles, and minestrone soup. View a class schedule here. Groupon values may also be applied toward the cost of a cupcake upgrade at birthday parties or towards summer camps.
Young Chefs Academy
"If you make it, you will taste it" is the motto founders Julie Fabing Burleson and Suzy Vinson Nettles envisioned when they created Young Chefs Academy. In addition to giving youngsters hands-on exposure to culinary techniques, kitchen safety, eating etiquette, and table setting, the academy's philosophy ensures that kids like 10-year-old former veggie-hater Camille gain an appreciation for healthy homemade cuisine. With centers in more than 10 states, Young Chefs Academy enriches growing minds ages 3–18 with engaging cooking classes, camps, and birthday parties that impart valuable life skills, such as self-reliance and how to trick a younger sibling into doing the dishes.
94% of 508 customers recommend
“This is an awesome experience for little ones to learn to cook! My 4 year old twins learned to make pasta from scratch! It's also great that parents are not allowed...”
“This is an awesome experience for little ones to learn to cook! My 4 year old twins learned to make pasta from scratch! It's also great that parents are not allowed in the kitchen, you can only watch through a large window so the kids really get to do everything for themselves! We love this place!”
“This cooking class was wonderful! My daughter had a blast and I really enjoyed the observation area for parents!”
“They are wonderful with the children and has been a great experience whenever I have taken 2 young girls for a treat to Young Chef's Academy.”