How Your Child Can Learn To Cook From As Young As 3 Years Old
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How Your Child Can Learn To Cook From As Young As 3 Years Old

How Your Child Can Learn To Cook From As Young As 3 Years Old. Hello everyone, I hope you are well. In today’s post, I will be sharing a press release from En Cuisine. Keeping children entertained while increasing their life skills is a preoccupation for many parents. And, let’s face it, there is plenty on offer; every sport under the sun, dancing and acting, cubs and scouts, brownies and guides, arts and crafts, the list seems never-ending.

But what about healthy cooking?

How Your Child Can Learn To Cook From As Young As 3 Years Old

When Florence Rabattet’s son was small, she looked for a healthy cooking club but could not find one anywhere. So, she combined her love for her son and passion for healthy seasonal food and trained as a chef, later setting up her cookery school for children aged three to eighteen: En Cuisine – cooking School.

With the summer holidays looming and next term’s after-school activities niggling in the background on parents’ mental to-do lists, maybe it’s time to give cookery classes a thought.

So, what’s on offer from En Cuisine – Cooking school?

Holiday Camps

Over the holidays, foodies can attend either of the two kitchens in Belgravia to improve their culinary skills. Kids can be booked in for a whole week or individual days.

For younger kids aged 3-5, courses run from 10-12 pm, and the mini chefs will practice their fine motor skills by cooking with seasonal ingredients. They will make everything from scratch by preparing a different savoury and sweet recipe daily.

For older students, from 6 to 13 years old, everything is cooked from scratch with seasonal ingredients and taught by professional and certified chefs. The young foodies will make a main dish and a dessert during the three hours session (10 am-1 pm).

Holiday camps cost £95 per day or £420 for the entire week.

Masterchef Parties

A children’s MasterChef party is a fun and interactive way to encourage kids (8-15 years old) to explore the world of cooking and develop their culinary skills. The party typically involves a cooking competition in which the children are divided into teams and given a set of ingredients and a theme to work with. They must devise a creative and tasty dish to present to a panel of judges, our chefs and the parents hosting. It’s a great way to teach kids about food preparation and teamwork while having fun and creating delicious dishes.

Alternatively, your little chefs can choose to celebrate their special occasion with an Afternoon Tea Party, Sushi Party, Pasta or Biscuits Party, and if none of those quite hit the spot, tell En Cuisine – Cooking school what works for your little foodie, and they will design the party accordingly.

Parties cost £60 per child.

Private Cooking Classes

For parents that fancy something more personal, private classes can take place in the comfort of their own homes. Kids en Cuisine provide everything needed for cooking with your children:

  • Aprons
  • Chef Hats
  • High-Quality Ingredients (Organic)
  • Kitchen Utensils
  • Containers
  • Take-Home Bags, Etc.

They will also leave your kitchen spotless.

Again, there is a range of options for the private classes: French baking (financier cakes, madeleines, choux pastry), healthy baking (courgette and chocolate muffins, vegan chocolate muffins, gluten-free cakes), pasta (spaghetti, macaroni cheese, ravioli, vegetable lasagna) and savoury specials (stuffed mackerel, ratatouille). However, it is essentially a more personalised cooking experience that allows for a more tailored and customised experience based on your child’s specific needs and interests.

After School Clubs

En Cuisine – the cooking school also runs different clubs in a nursery and primary and secondary schools, including lunch cooking clubs, after-school clubs and afternoon clubs for nurseries.

So, there are plenty of options for children to learn to enjoy healthy cooking. The only thing off the menu is highly-processed or very sugary food. It’s just healthy, seasonal offerings taught by fully trained chefs who are DBS checked.

I hope you enjoyed that.

Talk soon


About Florence Rebattet

Florence founded En Cuisine – a cooking school, in 2014. Passionate about food and cooking since her childhood, Florence decided to build her cooking school designed for children and teenagers. Seeing the new generations cooking from scratch with seasonal ingredients is fundamental for her.

In 2023, Florence proudly became a Disciple d’Escoffier in London and reached the semi-finals of Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars on BBC1 (season 2). Full of energy, Florence has a unique style of teaching which children find as irresistible as the food they make.


Instagram: @encuisinecookingschool

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