Christmas 2023 KHQ Cook-Along
$45.00 inc. GST
Join Bel and KHQ members for our 2023 Christmas Cook-along. Each year we make a few different recipes that are perfect to gift to teachers, friends and family, along with enjoying at home over the festive season. As an added bonus we are also going to gift you our last two Christmas cook-alongs as well, so you will have lots of options for your children to cook in the lead up to Christmas
🎅 Sunday 3rd December 1pm AEDT – Cook-Along 🎄
So join us live to make:
- Strawberry and Fennel Shrub (Cordial) – this is a cordial to make a mocktail for the kids, but could also be a cocktail for parents/adults;
- Glass Window Biscuits – this is just way too cute, can’t wait to make these. This is a perfect way to use some of the candy canes your children may bring home from school.
- Christmas Fudge – for a festive twist we can top with some cranberries and pistachios or to keep nut free pepitas or this too can be a great way to use excess candy canes the kids have been given.
You will also receive access to the replay for these recipes:
- Christmas CousCous in a jar
- Gingerbread Cookies
- Christmas Granola
- Honey Cinnamon Nuts
- Brownies in a jar
Here are some of the benefits of attending a Cook-Along for yourself and your family:
🤝 Connection with other families over cooking. We banter, we laugh, we talk about ingredients and more.
❤️ Improved relationship with you. When you’re in the kitchen, guiding your child, but trusting them with a meal for the family, is something magical.
🏳️🌈 Increased self confidence Every time they cook something, their self confidence increases. They become more prepared and more excited to put themselves out there and try new things.
🥗 Improved relationship to food. Cooking helps to develop an appreciation for the different ingredients, to textures, the flavours, and creates a willingness to try foods.
🔪 Development of kitchen techniques. Understanding the difference between slicing and dicing, sauteeing and simmering etc.
👩👦 Improved appreciation of you. Kids learn what it takes to turn out a meal for breakfast lunch and dinner. They realise it’s not instantaneous, that it takes effort and love to make it happen.