Messy Kitchens with these 3 Kids Cooking Classes

Bali For Kids | Written By, Joannes Rhino |

Cooking classes in Bali have become increasingly popular due to its wider appeal, thanks to the rich ingredients, changeable spiciness levels for every palate, and fun preparation techniques. Over the years, Cooking has evolved into an art. This is one form of art which uses your creativity, imagination and love to produce some exotic results. This art does not hold any age bar, and in recent times it has been noticed that kids are taking special interest in cooking. It is indeed fascinating as to how these youngsters know all the tricks of the trade. They are forever curious and on the run to learn cooking in as many cuisines as possible. Since kids love to eat, cooking is an additional bonus for them. To eat what they have cooked, and to serve people with their varied creations, lends them a joy like nothing ever.


In recent times, a lot of cooking classes have started in Bali, reaching out to people and imparting the nuances of different cooking styles. Classes for kids in Bali offer a fascinating introduction to the exotic ingredients as they provide a valuable insight into the various techniques, traditional and modern, of food preparation. They show how fun and easy cooking can be. Kids can learn to make delicious recipes, from main courses to desserts and snacks, with plenty of tasting along the way. These mini chefs can learn their way around the kitchen, practice basic safety and techniques, and whip up tasty dishes in these cooking classes. Those youngsters who cannot get enough of stirring, whisking, decorating – and not to mention getting ingredients all over the walls, will definitely love slapping on a mini chef’s hat and trying a hand at one of these classes. After all, anything can happen when kids wear an apron. Surprisingly, they might end up cooking a favourite recipe!


In Canggu, The Canggu Club hosts an exclusive “Kids Kitchen”. If your child is craving for some new and exciting activities, this is the place to get them along. They offer creative cooking classes for children aged 4-12 years in a safe environment. The cooking classes are aimed at encouraging discovery and creativity while learning lifelong culinary skills. Whether it’s decorating cupcakes to designing their very own pizza, or indulging in some exotic cuisine, your kids will love every minute of this fun, interactive class. At the end of the class, every child will receive a Chef’s Certificate & Recipe. The class is conducted every Saturday from 10 to 11 in the morning. Fee per child is IDR 120,000 and an extra 1 hour is available for just IDR 90,000.


While in Canggu kids can learn how to decorate pizza as Four Points Kuta has a special concept for kids in their cooking zone called “Papa! I Made a Pizza”. This is the place to learn one of the kid’s favourites binge items, Pizza. The kitchen offers your little ones a step-by-step lesson to make the tastiest and the most authentic wood fired pizza. From tossing a hunk of dough, plotting the toppings, putting it to the wood fired oven to the revealing unique recipe of ingredients, fun for the juniors is guaranteed here. The activity also includes one soft drink or lemon tea per person, bar snacks to share, and a scoop of gelato. Similar with The Canggu Club, the kids will receive a certificate of accomplishment with a brief statement of finishing the class altogether with their own pizza. The charge for this class is IDR 100,000 for kids below 12 years old.


Still in the same area, Sands Restaurant at Anvaya Beach Resort announces a Sunday Brunch with the Chef. Promising a splendid weekend getaway with family, this tempting one-day experience will create cherish-able memories for the kids. The day will start with the buffet-style brunch, decked up against a traditional modern Balinese ambience, featuring beachfront setting of the iconic Kuta Beach. Such a refreshing way to start a day with the sound of calm, morning waves. Moving on from the brunch, you can laze away in the resort’s main pool, while your kids enjoy their times at the Anvaya Kids Club. Sunset time marks the beginning of an interactive dining experience as your kids can explore their creativity by making pizza together with the chef. At the same time, the adults are welcomed to join hands with the chefs to prepare some delicious dishes for dinner. Same like the other venues above, the add-on in this activity is a Junior Chef Certificate at the end of the cooking session. The Sunday Brunch is IDR 359,000 per person, inclusive of free-flow non-alcoholic beverages.

These cooking classes are simple yet flavoursome, ideal for kids to pick up fast. This is a playful way to teach the small chefs the science of cooking and stir their passion for cooking. In case your kids are not into cooking, this activity also triggers their creativity to create a piece of art from their own hands.



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