Oven Baked Mac and Cheese and homemade garlic bread

Kids in the kitchen class

Hey gang,
For this Tuesday’s 20th class at 5pm, We are making a delicious dish that was requested by one of our fabulous members.
“Oven Baked Mac and Cheese ” and homemade garlic bread.
Our Classes take place via Zoom from our kitchen to yours, which means you can take part from anywhere in the country, even further afield.

We are sneaking a few veggies into this dish by adding broccoli and cauliflower.
Sure, go on give them a try, and don’t worry if you don’t like them you can always pick them out (shhh I won’t tell anyone).

We are going to have great fun during class, learning lots of new skills like
: Making a homemade cheese sauce
: preparing cauliflower and broccoli in our own safe unique style
: A little tips like cooking the pasta, cauliflower, and broccoli in the same pot (game changer)
: Making a garlic butter

This overall dish is a cheesy dream, topped with a secret savory crunch
All classes are included in our monthly membership
This gives you Access to all previous classes too.

Join us here

Family Cooking Club: 3-Month Summer Offer
Usually, it’s just €10 a month to access our Zoom cook-alongs, bank of recipe videos, meal-planning tools and more.

But if you’ve been on the fence about joining, why not try our special 3-month subscription deal? For just €24.99 (saving €5) your child could spend the holidays :

Learning lifelong cooking skills from a fellow young chef (Lils, age 9)
Serving up delicious dinners for all the family
Baking tasty treats to share with friends
Giving the grown-ups some nights off cooking
Building self-confidence and a sense of accomplishment
Meeting new children from across Ireland and beyond

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Parents tell us how much confidence the club gives their children and how it encourages them to taste and try new foods and recipes. Here’s just one quote from a happy mam:

“Thank you, Jolene, and Lils, for providing such an encouraging and kid-friendly environment. I personally think it’s one of the best things I could have done for the kids, not only are they trying new foods they previously would have turned their noses up at, but to see them actively interested in, preparing, cooking and learning the new skills too is amazing

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