It’s never too young to start learning in the kitchen for the little ones and doing so with a group of friends makes it even better! Check out this list of the best cooking and baking classes for kids in Singapore, where your child might just get to unleash their inner culinary genius. Don your aprons, adjust your chef hats, and get ready for a gastronomical adventure together!
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Genius R Us hosts fun and interactive workshops for children, including several baking classes catering to kids of different ages. They also offer the option of hosting a baking birthday party, where your kiddo and their guests can learn to bake the birthday cake for a truly memorable party! During the school holidays, Genius R Us sometimes also conducts camps to teach the young ones what it takes to become owners of their own real-life cafe in future.
Genius R Us, 31 Ah Hood Rd, #01-04, Singapore 329979, www.geniusrus.com.sg
Baker’s Brew offers a wide array of curated baking classes catered to children aged 4 to 12. There are so many different types of classes to choose from that you’ll probably need to sign the kids up for more than one! All the end products are also innovative and adorable. Some examples include Minion Donuts, Pizza-roni Cookies, Funfetti Sundae Cupcakes and Bunny Bunny Donuts. Aprons, ingredients, recipe and packaging will be provided during the class.
Baker's Brew, 290 Orchard Rd, #05-46 Paragon Shopping Centre, Singapore 238859, www.bakersbrew.com/junior-classes
Make wood-fired pizzas together as a family at the Secret Pizza Club, where you’ll be taught all the essential steps of making pizza by hand! It’s a fun process the young ones will surely also be fascinated by, and the best part is you guys get to enjoy the end product on the beautiful rooftop garden together. If you own a fur kid, they’re also allowed to come along and hang out while the family takes part in this workshop.
Secret Pizza Club, 705A E Coast Rd, Singapore 459062, www.seeksophie.com/wood-fired-oven-pizza
Although the classes at Bakefresh are meant for only grown-ups, so many of the workshops are character-themed so your kiddos will definitely love when you bring home the end product! They’ve got classes that teach you how to make colorful delights like Tsum Tsum Agar Agar Cake and Sumikko Gurashi Pudding Tartlets. There’s even a Novelty Pita Crackers class that you can sign up for and learn how to create cute afternoon snacks for the young ones.
Bakefresh, 1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, #02-42, Singapore 082001, www.bakefresh.com.sg
This workshop is another class for grown-ups only, but again, the cute treats that you’ll be bringing home will definitely delight your kids! The Japanese Wagashi Workshop is a seven hour course that is suitable even for beginners with little to no knowledge about wagashi-making, and here, you’ll be learning how to create them from scratch before shaping and adding finishing touches. After you’re done, remember to snap a picture of your beautiful, colorful creations!
SDH Institute, 51 Anson Rd, #13-51 Anson Centre, Singapore 079904, www.sdh.edu.sg/japanese-wagashi
Learn how to make ice cream with Scoopz SG in the comfort of your own home! It’s most suitable for family gatherings or parties because there’s a minimum of 10 pax per class. You can technically have less than 10 people attending the class, but the minimum price stays the same. This kid-friendly workshop will allow participants to take part in the ice creaming making process with Scoopz’s unique machine, and they’ll also teach attendees how to make simple ice cream at home without the use of a machine. You of course also get to bring home ice cream of your choice!
Scoopz SG, www.seeksophie.com/scoopz-ice-cream-workshop
Galore Bake Studio hosts Singapore’s first ever DIY Bento Cake Decorating Workshop. It’s beginner-friendly and kid-friendly, making it a perfect activity for the family! If you don’t know what a bento cake is, it’s actually a mini cake that fits into a small bento box, usually decorated in fun colors and toppings. The children are definitely going to have fun getting creative as they come up with their own customized decorations, and you can snap a group photo of all family members’ cakes at the end of the class! The cakes are also vegan-friendly.
Galore Bake Studio, 371 Beach Road (City Gate Mall) B1 #70, Singapore 199597, www.galorebakestudio.com
If you’re a family of bubble tea enthusiasts, this workshop’s perfect for you! At Teahee SG, you’ll learn how to make bubble tea from scratch, including preparing of pearls. They’ll also teach you how to mix ingredients and syrups to create a taste to your liking, as well as impart their knowledge on the different types of tea. At the end of the workshop, each participant gets to bring home two cups of flavored bubble tea, and the the family can even continue to practise at home on weekends.
Teahee SG, 45 Jln Pemimpin, #08-03, Singapore 577197, www.seeksophie.com/make-bubble-tea
A truly unique experience, classes at Cookery Magic takes you all the way to Pulau Ubin to learn to cook flavorful Asian dishes! Each class features a different type of Asian cuisine, such as Indonesian, Indian and Malay, among others. You can also opt for Singaporean dishes like Adam Laksa and Hainanese Chicken Rice. Visit their website (link below) for the full class schedule — the menu per class is also available for viewing. They also have classes for mini master chefs that are conducted with a hands-on, play-to-learn approach.
Cookery Magic, www,cookerymagic.com
Set in the home of Ruqxana in the quiet neighborhood of Opera Estate, Cookery Magic offers children's cooking classes with a hands-on, play-to-learn approach to meal and snack preparation. Kids learn measurements (Math), cause-and-effect (Science), nutritional information while developing social behavior as they ‘work’ with other kids to create culinary delights. There are classes for 4 to 6 years, 6 to 9 years and 10 to12 years and they'll be taught age-appropriate cooking skills respectively. Menu items change periodically so email Ruqxana to inquire more.
Cookery Magic, 117 Fidelio Street, Singapore 458492, +65 9665 6831, cookerymagic.com
Instead of bringing your kids to classes, let the lessons go to you! Hungry Mummies features private kids cooking lessons in the comfort of your own home kitchen. Along with the instructors, start from the basics with your kid, and shape them into the culinary expert that they could very well be over time. Let Hungry Mummies know of any important factors too, such as dietary preferences and budget, and they’ll work them in for a fuss-free feast.
Hungry Mummies, www.hungrymummies.com
If your kid has an affinity for Japanese food and flair, then perhaps a class at the ABC Cooking Studio is in order. This inviting, minimalistic space conducts classes for different crowds, including for homely meals that kids can easily replicate at home. Depending on the month, they’ll learn how to make Japanese-influenced dishes like Mr Bear Meatball with fragrant rice, the Hearty Tomato pasta, and even a delicious Oyakodon. Oishii!
ABC Cooking Studio, #03-12/12A Takashimaya Shopping Centre, 391 Orchard Road, Singapore 238872, +65 6694 6259, abc-cooking.com.sg/courses/kids
Aside from the usual baking fare, Creative Culinaire offers parent-child cooking classes that include chicken rice and even Nyonya kueh on the menu! Their Junior Chef Enrichment Series normally takes place during the school holidays and their package allows you to add more than 1 parent or 1 child to the mix so you can have a family cook-off or bake-off. These classes are great for some family bonding time over the hols. We love the bread-making classes for kids!
Creative Culinaire, 17 Eng Hoon Street, #01-04 Eng Hoon Mansions, Singapore 169767, +65 6324 1663, https://creativeculinaire.com
One of kids’ favourite food to prepare is cookies, and that’s exactly what they can bake at classes held at Chef Tales! Little ones will get to mould, shape and sprinkle their colorful creations to their heart’s desire. 3 types of lessons are available: Demonstration Class for beginners, Hands-On Class for older kids and Team-Bonding Class for group sizes. Besides creativity, Science, Math and Reading skills will also be weaved in for a multi-educational experience.
Chef Tales, 390 Victoria Street, Golden Landmark Shopping Centre, Singapore 188061, +65 8226 4700, www.sgcookinglessons.com/kids-baking-class
Mini master chefs in the making are in for a treat at Palate Sensations. Whether it’s chocolate cupcakes or pizzas, your little one can expect an interactive and hands-on experience with the entire cooking or baking process – starting from a beginner level. Kiddos below 7 years old will need adult supervision, as well as adhere to Covid measures such as safe distancing and sanitizing.
Palate Sensations, Chromos #01-03, 10 Biopolis Road, Singapore 138670, +65 6478 9746, www.palatesensations.com
Little Cookhouse hosts cooking and baking classes for kids 3 years and older from SG$49, where creations whipped up can be anything from fruit tarts to ice cream cupcakes! Private baking sessions can be arranged for a more intimate setting, for groups of 4 students. Fancy a baking workshop for a birthday party? That’s possible too, featuring themed cakes and goodie bags for guests!
Little Cookhouse, 87 Dawson Road, Singapore 141087, +65 8128 0129, littlecookhouse.com.sg
Helmed by the dynamic duo of Emily Yeo and Valerie Lee, The Little Things presents a unique concept to kids cooking classes. Parents and children team up to tackle tasks given by the facilitators, including shopping for the ingredients themselves, coming up with their own recipe interpretations together, as well as preparing the dishes. With different cuisines for various weeks, there’s always an interesting class to sign up for. Check out their new option of a Virtual Bake-Off and take home Baking Kits!
The Little Things, 244N Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574369, +65 6456 3140, littlethings.sg
ToTT's Junior Chef classes are perfect for some family bonding time! Not only do you get to create your own pasta, but also couple it with a mouth-watering dessert. We especially love their steak, rosti, and cheesecake class - yum! Steak's not your thing? Then check out their baked rice or handmade burger class or some handmade Tortellini with lava cake delights. They've many classes to choose from and the menu changes frequently so there's bound to be one that you'd love to try a hand at.
ToTT, Suntec City and Century Square, +65 6215 9186, tottstore.com/classes/?fwp_class_courses=tott-junior-chef-classes
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