You'll find here all the help you need to plan your kids cooking
party including kids cooking ideas, menus, invitations and complete
step by step directions.
If you are wondering how to celebrate your kids next birthday or if
you are looking for a party idea, consider the fun of having a kids
cooking party. These ideas work great for sleepovers, girl scout
meetings, boy scout meeting, after school clubs, etc.
Kids love creating and eating their own creations. Whether they are
boys or girls they will love the idea of being chefs for the day.
Give them a hat and apron and allow kids to have a real hands on
Planned Kids Cooking Curriculum
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Don't try to do too much- include one main dish and one
dessert or no more than 3 dishes.
Depending on the number of children get an assistant or two
to help with the party.
Have an adult cook the recipe in the oven or stove top and
let the kids do the actual preparing. They may be old enough
to use the oven or stove top but with all the party excitement
you want to be extra cautious.
Make an easy chef hat for each child. This helps make the
While the party food is baking you can decorate aprons or
play some kids cooking games. You will find some fun party
games down below - cooking party games.
Prepare a recipe card with the recipe they are making. Make
one for each child to look at while cooking or write the
recipe out on a large chalkboard or paper hanging on the wall.
You will need one for each child to take home but this is for
looking at during the party.
Kids Cooking Party
Make your invitation on heavy paper shaped like a rolling pin,
cooking pot or chefs hat and write down the party information.