Baking workshop for kids

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Baking Workshop for Kids aged 3-12

Baking Workshop for Kids aged 3-12

Yay! Finally a baking workshop I can take Ollie too! Ollie has been fascinated with my KitchenAid ever since he could understand what I was doing, pouring stuff into the mixer (it just means that he gets cake/brownies later!)

We have had a couple of rare afternoons where he would help spoon muffin batter into the muffin, usually a case of him licking his fingers, or dipping his fingers further into the batter!

licking the muffin batter

licking the muffin batter

So I came across this post about the baking workshop on the Xin Flavours Facebook Page. I am currently a subscriber and I love that it is a magazine with bilingual food recipes! Mostly Chinese recipes that can cater to my China-man hubby’s tastebuds haha. I used to subscribe to their Food & Travel magazine, and then the BBC Good Food: Asian Edition magazine too..but space and budget got in the way. Xin Flavours I still can justify! Haha.

When I saw the baking workshop, I thought this would be a great opportunity for me to spend some one-on-one time with the kiddo, and share our love for baking! The Lightning McQueen theme and the Angry Birds theme would definitely keep Ollie engrossed. I mean..wah lao, he requests for Angry Bird printed fishcakes lor. #mypoorpocket

So good news for me and anyone else who would like to participate, because they are offering a further 10% off registration fees for the kids (usual price $60, now $27 after discount)! Parents get to join in for free and stand to win a EUROPACE 12-in-1 food mixer worth S$1,298! (I already have a KitchenAid but hey, I am sure there is more room for another food mixer!)

To register for this baking workshop, just send an email to Hope to see you there!

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6 comments on “Baking workshop for kids

  1. Hi

    My son is 2.8 yrs by August. Is he eligible to join this workshop? He can understand simple instructions and he had helped me in baking sometimes. How much will be the fee? Thanks

    • Hi Pyria,

      The workshop is 1.5hrs long and the fees is $27 for one child and one accompanying adult. I wouldn’t think there would be a prob but it would be better if you emailed the organiser at regarding the age group cos they did say 3yrs. They have also mentioned that they understand there will be kids of diff ages and so parents can take their kids out if they are unable to sit for too long. So hope it helps!

      – Justine

  2. Hi my girl want to join this workshop. How to registration?

    • Hi Jenny,

      I believe the workshops are already full! You can email the organiser (email stated on the poster) to find out if there are still slots! =)

  3. Hi,
    Is the 28 nov 2015 Gingerbread Cupcake workshop still available?