Some useful external resources for cooking with children.
A good place to start is our pinterest board where we have pinned over 100 recipes to try.
BBC Cook of the Year 2015 Jo Ingleby (one of my food heros) won because of her fantastic work bringing cooking to 2 to 4 year olds in an inner-city nursery. The BBC have put up a selection of her recipes and a useful article of tips.
Free From Farmhouse is a brilliant blog about bringing up a child with allergies. It has lots of information, free-from recipes and runs a weekly link-up that will help you find other free-from recipe resources.
3 Princesses and 1 Dude is a parenting blog which often has easy recipes to cook with children of all ages. They’ve also teamed up with LarabeeUK, Lukeosaurus & Me and other parenting blogs to produce the Kids Make & Bake Club on YouTube. This gives an easy craft or bake idea every week.
Classes & Clubs
I believe in getting young children involved in everyday cooking at home as much as possible. But attending a class can be a great way to inspire you or your child and have some fun.
Crafty Cooks are a nationwide network of cookery classes and starting at 2.5 years, are one of very few that run classes for under 3s.
Cholsey, Oxfordshire: Mrs Bun the Baker classes from 2 years
North Tyneside: Fun Little Foodies classes from 2 years
Go to products for some equipment recommendations for cooking with young children.