Newsletter, February 2018

What’s Happening in February

I wish for everyone to help create a strong, sustainable movement to educate every child about food, inspire families to cook again and empower people everywhere to fight obesity. — Jamie Oliver

At Little Cooks we are committed to making a positive difference in our communities by empowering children and adults alike about the importance of having a good relationship with food! We share knowledge about healthy eating, eating everything in moderation, how to grow your own food and how to cook your own food. This coupled with a positive life routine, independence and individuality creates a wonderful grounding for a healthy lifestyle.

As people become more aware and more exposed to healthy foods, healthy eating and healthy cooking we have the opportunity to teach our Little Cooks these life lessons from a very early age. Why not make 2018 the year you empower yourself, your family, your domestic worker and your Little Cooks with this amazing gift and make the necessary changes to a healthier lifestyle.

5 Tips to Keep Your School Morning Routine Fun

1. Make Breakfast DIY
Make your life easier by having the breakfast laid out the night before, this allows your children to help themselves in the morning.

2. Play Upbeat, Fun Music
The right music can pep up any morning routine. Try making a playlist of your favourite kid-friendly songs to make slow mornings more exciting.

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Caramelized onion and vegetable crustless quiche. Great for easy breakfasts.

Read the recipe on our website.

Plant What You Eat

Planting your own fruit, veggies and herbs is a great way to start your journey to a new healthy lifestyle. There is just something so rewarding about watching your produce grow to the point where you can actually eat them.

Read more on our website.

Updates from Our Franchisees


Little Cooks Club Fourways / Dainfern had a great end to 2017, finishing off with 3 Gingerbread House Classes and one Junior Chef Certificate class.

This year they have hit the ground running starting with Junior Chef Classes at both the studio and at the British International Preparatory School.

The Fourways Studio has now been completely revamped and is now boasting a super cool, kid friendly, bright and colourful homely environment lots of light.

Class Schedule:

  • Wednesdays | Term 1 Little Cooks Class | 2 to 6 years old | 15h00 – 16h00
  • Every second Saturday |Term 1 Junior Chef Class Certificate 2 | 7 to 15 years old | 10h00 – 12h30
  • At school programme | Tuesday and Thursday | British International Preparatory School


Little Cooks Club Kyalami/Sunninghill is very excited to announce they will be running classes an extra mural at 5 schools this year. These schools are: Summit College, Kyalami Preparatory School, Little Caterpillars, Diapers and Dummies and Robins Nest.

With a very exciting year ahead below is the first term class schedule for Kyalami/Sunninghill!!

  • Little Cooks | 2 – 7 years | Mondays | 15h00 – 16h00 | Bub Hub Kyalami
  • Little Cooks | 2 – 6 years | Alternate Saturdays | 11h00 – 12h00 | Bub Hub Kyalami
  • Junior Chefs | 7 – 15 years | Alternate Saturdays | 11h00 – 13h00 | Bub Hub Kyalami
  • Group Domestic Class | Thursdays | 09h00 – 12h00 | Kyalami Estates | R500 per class

For more details on the classes offered by the various franchisees, please contact your nearest franchise or have a look at our events page:

What Do We Offer

Little Cooks runs cooking classes for not only children but Moms, Dads and Domestics workers too.

Our classes include:

  • Little Tasters – 9 months – 3years
  • Little Cooks – 2 – 7 years
  • Junior Chefs – 8 – 15 years
  • Group Domestic Classes
  • One on One Domestic classes
  • Speciality Moms classes
  • Birthday parties
  • And so much more…

We Have a Registered Health Coach Onboard

Christine Phillips, the founder of Little Cooks and Health Yourself, is a certified Health Coach and advises on any and all questions and queries that may arise. This is a great benefit to all Little Cooks Club clients as you have direct access to a wealth of information. If you need help with your healthy life goals and eating habits contact Christine!

For more information, please visit:

Join the Little Cooks Club Family

Little Cooks Club is looking for self-motivated prospective franchise owners who enjoy cooking & food, love children and want to increase awareness of health and nutrition in children. This programme is for someone who wants the best of both worlds: working flexible self-set hours while earning an income. Little Cooks Club has recently launched a new element to their franchise concept called the “At School Programme”. This allows potential franchisees to enjoy the benefits of being a Little Cooks Club franchise owner by running classes from home or a venue as well as from schools in their locality.

If you would like more information on how to join this exciting team contact Christine:

For more information, please visit:

There is a huge demand for franchisees in the following areas:

Sandton / Morningside
Pretoria East
Northcliff / Roodepoort


Western Cape
Cape Town

Eastern Cape
East London
Port Elizabeth

Head Office Contact Details

Head Office (for franchise enquiries)
Christine Phillips, 083 556 3434

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