Our 52 New Foods Kids Cooking Classes series continues at Williams-Sonoma! Check out the lineup of fun (and free!) kids cooking classes featuring recipes and techniques from The 52 New Foods Challenge!
I am thrilled to be partnering with Williams-Sonoma to make it easy for you and your kiddos to get cooking. All year, Williams-Sonoma will be featuring 52 New Foods kids cooking classes in stores across the country. Each month, we’ll have a fun new lineup of classes featuring delicious recipes that the whole family can enjoy and techniques that make it easy to get meals on the table fast!
Space is limited, and classes fill up in a flash, so call your local store to reserve your spot! For a full listing of classes, and local store information, check out the Williams-Sonoma Classes calendar.
Upcoming 52 New Foods Kids Cooking Classes @ Williams-Sonoma
Saturday May 2, 10am
52 New Foods: Mom’s Day Brunch
Treat mom to something special! We’ll make a Mom’s Day brunch featuring delicious dishes from The 52 New Foods Challenge. Mini frittatas, blend-your-own strawberry yogurt, and blueberry blast smoothies—all featuring new good-for-you foods that you get to choose! Suitable for ages 5–13.
Saturday May 23, 10am
52 New Foods: Ice Cream Shop
Blend up your favorite flavors of ice-cream with delicious recipes from The 52 New Foods Challenge. Learn to make ice cream with a few simple ingredients and no special tools. Create your own unique treat by adding a few new good-for-you foods. Suitable for ages 3–13.
Feature Recipe: Easy Peach Ice Cream.
Previous 52 New Foods Kids Cooking Classes @ Williams-Sonoma
Saturday January 3, 10am
52 New Foods: Blender Bar
Blend up fun with a super food smoothie bar! Create your own delicious smoothies from The 52 New Foods Challenge featuring new, good-for-you foods and challenge friends and family to guess your secret ingredient. Suitable for ages 5–13.
Saturday January 31, 10am
52 New Foods: No Bake Valentine’s Treats
Valentine’s Day treats are the tasty topic of the next class designed by Jennifer Tyler Lee, creator of the award-winning food game Crunch a Color and author of The 52 New Foods Challenge cookbook. Together we’ll make three easy, no-bake treats that are perfect Valentine’s Day! Suitable for ages 5–13.
SPECIAL EVENT: Join me at Williams-Sonoma Columbus Circle in New York City this Saturday January 31 at 10am! I’ll be hosting the 52 New Foods class on No Bake Valentine’s Treats—I can’t wait to make the Chocolate Rocket with you! Tasters, techniques, and signed copies of my new book. Hope to see you there!
Saturday February 14, 10am
52 New Foods: Stir-Frying
Stir up some delicious fun at the next class in our 52 New Foods series! Together we’ll make Stir-Fried Chicken with Bok Choy. It’s a fantastic dinner you can cook with your family—then claim the leftovers and pack in your lunch box to enjoy the next day. Suitable for ages 9–13.
Feature Recipes: Clay-Pot Chicken with Bok Choy, Power Lunch Veggie Stir Fry.
Saturday March 14, 10am
52 New Foods: Pancake Party
Ready for flapjacks? Join us for a pancake party! Personalize your pancakes with a few new good for you foods like walnuts, coconut, and flax. We’ll teach you how to make homemade Nutella to top it off! Suitable for ages 5-13.
Feature Recipes: Whole Wheat Banana Pancakes, Homemade Nutella, Cinnamon Blueberry Awesome Sauce.
Want to host the fun at home? Contact your local Williams-Sonoma store and ask about their 52 New Foods at-home cooking classes. We’ll do all of the work for you! Perfect for birthday parties, school auction events, and special events.