The Foost Colourful Chef will run free kids cooking workshops at Armada Dandenong Plaza during the upcoming January school holidays.
The cooking sessions will teach children and parents that colourful, healthy eating can be easy and fun. Children will play a senses guessing game with seasonal ingredients and learn to make a new colourful recipe each day.
The cooking workshops will run from 11am to 3pm daily from Monday 18th Jan to Friday 22nd Jan. Social distancing measures will be in place.
Foost Founder and family eating expert Kate Wengier says food is a good place to start when it comes to setting kids up for life.
“Having positive exposures with colourful fruits and veggies increases the likelihood a child will consume that food. Positive food exposures could mean getting kids to help you count apples in the supermarket, planting a veggie patch, or taking them to a cooking class!”
“Cooking is one of the most valuable life skills we can teach our children.”
“Involving children in cooking increases their willingness to try new foods, so get them in the kitchen with you!”
Full details can be found at https://www.armadadandenongplaza.com.au/events-offers/
Foost is a social enterprise business that exists to inspire everyone, everywhere to enjoy fruit and vegetables and live happier, healthier lives. They are a team of dietitians and nutritionists who believe changing our food intake is one of the most powerful transformations that we can make to improve our overall health, energy levels and performance at work, home and play.