It’s never too soon to put your child to work in the kitchen! Putting them in cooking classes will teach them about food, meal preparation and will likely increase their appetites at the table. When a child is interested in something they are much more likely to enjoy it…including dinner.

If you’re in Toronto and want to instill a love of both food and cooking in your kids, try a cooking class at The Chef Upstairs. From their Monday evening teen cooking class to their Saturday afternoon kids’ cooking class, they offer a class for pretty much any skill level. They also have summer cooking camps and the facilities to run a birthday party for a bunch of pint sized foodies.

If you’re in Ottawa, why not try a cooking class at The Ottawa Chinese Cooking School? From the Secrets of Asian Cuisine to a hands-on sushi class for the wee beasts, they’ll have your kids cooking up a storm in no time. They also have various packages for kids’ birthday parties that will make any child into a foodie.

If you call Calgary home, try a cooking class at Kulinary Kids, Calgary’s first and only facility dedicated to casual culinary learning for food enthusiasts of all ages. They’ve got a great program called “Pizza, Popcorn and a Movie” night, where young chefs create their own homemade pizza to enjoy during a movie. They also offer in-home birthday parties and after school cooking programs, perfect for a bunch of pint sized foodies.

In Vancouver, kids can learn about cooking at The Dizzy Whisk. From breads to soups and starters to mains and desserts, They offer something for every skill level.  They also offer their facilities for birthday parties and summer camps, perfect for a bunch of pint sized foodies.

What better way to make sure the kids are eating well and not throwing their lunches in the garbage than to have them cooking alongside you in the kitchen…?

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