Introduce your little ones to the wonderful art of cooking and baking this winter holiday and see them transform into young chefs right before your eyes. Children aged three to 13 are invited to join the Chef Entertainers in the kitchen to create delicious dishes in collaboration with Willowbridge Shopping Centre restaurants and coffee shops. Let the kids learn how to bake and shake or roll with their Kitchen Squad. From decadent donuts and smashing burgers to rad food with a healthy kick!
From 25 June to 8 July 2022, there will be five sessions a day, each lasting about 45 minutes. The first sessions start at 10am and the last one ends at 3pm. Each session costs R95 per person.
The sessions include everything the little chefs will need. They will be provided all utensils and ingredients as well as an exciting chef’s hat and apron to use during the session. At the end of their session, participants will take home a Kids In The Kitchen Certificate
Tickets can be booked online. Besides the fun and informative cooking session, each ticket also includes a complimentary parking for mom or dad, a Build-A-Bear R50 gift voucher, and a Choc Brownie taster and Hot Choc taster by CAB Foods.
What to expect:
Between 25 June and 8 July, session will be lead by big names such as Sweetbeet, The Dairy Den, RocoMamas, Hussar Grill, Kings Craft Eatery, Koffi Terapi, Willows Caffe and Ou Meul Bakery & Café. Under their tutelage, kids will create their own rad stack of three flapjacks topped with a peanut butter drizzle, decorate a freshly baked The Dairy Den donuts, create a rocking 150g bacon cheese guac smash beef burger with RocoMamas golden fries, learn how to prepare decadent dishes such as Malva Pudding and more, create a crispy waffle with a selection of toppings, create an ice cream cone, a gourmet milkshake and coconut ice, create their own signature mini cake baked with only the freshest ingredients, and finally create their own sugar cookies using Ou Meul Bakery & Café melt-in-the-mouth cookie dough.
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