Little Cooks

Our Little Cooks programme was uniquely designed for children between the ages of 2 and 6.

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Junior Chefs

Got a junior chef at home wanting to learn more? Try our Junior Chefs cooking programme.

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Adult Courses

Are you a mom with a busy household, wanting to feed your family nutritious meals that are easy to prepare?

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Little Cooks Club is committed to promoting a healthy lifestyle and a passion for good food in families

Through our interesting, educational and hands-on cooking programmes, we teach families about healthy food choices and provide them with an appreciation of good food. We believe in an holistic approach to wellbeing by encouraging healthy eating, exercising, using home grown produce and living a balanced life. Little Cooks Club offers a variety of relevant cooking programmes for Little Cooks and aspiring Junior Chefs, as well as helpful Adult Courses for school leavers and domestic helpers.

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The Timeless Family Food Journal is a must for anyone who is inspired by family traditions and family longevity. Written by professional chef Christine Phillips, who founded Little Cooks Club, this interactive food journal is filled with delicious recipes, nutritional information, clever tips and tricks as well as ideas on how to enjoy quality time together as a family.

Visit www.timelessfamilyfoodjournal.co.za to order your copy.

From the Blog

4 days ago
Christine Phillips
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Newsletter, September 2014

In this newsletter: Little Cooks Club has launched its new website. We welcome Janica Ehlers to our group of franchisees. Also, online health coaching in South Africa, and an introduction on how to read those ingredients. Plus more…

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6 days ago
Christine Phillips
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Ingredient Reading 101

Are you unsure about what foods are really healthy and what foods are not? You are not alone. Grocers line the shelves with natural, organic, low carb, low fat, gluten free, and many other types of foods – it’s all so confusing.

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