Hawaii Mom Blog: American Girl x Williams-Sonoma Cooking Class




April 14, 2016

American Girl x Williams-Sonoma Cooking Class

I usually avoid Williams-Sonoma because I just want to buy EVERTHING when I browse the store.  The baking mixes all look so decadent and the skinny margarita mixes make me want to set up a bar at home.  So I must resist.  But I do make the exception for their junior chef cooking classes. 

I'm not a great cook so it's a skill I want to develop early in my children. 

We attended the American Girl cooking class last night where my daughter helped make spaghetti and turkey meatballs, cheesy garlic bread, and smores cupcakes.  She loved it!  She did a great job too which gives me the confidence to let her help me more in the kitchen.

The class was run by Annie and Amber.  They were great!  Very cheery and always smiley.  They were great with the kids and always used a nice and respectful tone with them. 

This class was $50 and included the American Girl Cookbook and the yummy meal the girls prepared.  There are other junior chef classes that are free.  If you are interested in setting up a cooking class for your child's group or birthday party, just call the store to inquire and they will help customize a menu.  They've worked with the girl scouts and helped them earn their breakfast badge and can also do pizza parties.  How fun!  

Helping with the s'mores batter

Making turkey meat balls.

Forming the meat balls to be baked.
Decorating her s'mores cupcake.

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