You Provide The Venue & We'll Do The Rest! Kiddy Cook offer a number of fantastic party options (see website for full details) but outlined below are 2 of our most popular parties. Make Your Own Lunch / Tea: From age 5 years. We’ll bring the ingredients and utensils and help the children make their own lunch or tea. Recipes will include something savoury to eat at the party and something sweet to take home in the party bag! We have a range of recipes to choose from although pizza and chocolate fridge cake remain firm favourites! This party lasts for 2 hours to include gastronomic experiments based around food and cooking. Kitchen Science Party: For cool boys & girls who like things that go bang! This session lasts approximately 2 hours and the partygoers get to try a host of experiments using things you would find in your kitchen cupboard. Aimed at children who love cooking and like to experiment, they'll make a pizza, dough balls and homemade garlic butter. They’ll experiment with bread bubble bombs and carbon dioxide rockets (that will explode at the end of the party)! And they’ll get to make edible goo slime to take home. We can also provide party bags at a cost of £3.50 / bag (plus £5.95 delivery charge). Each party bag contains a white chocolate chip cookie mix for the children to bake at home. All that is required is the addition of 1 egg and 40g melted butter to make approximately 10 -12 delicious cookies. Delicious! Other Information All parties include: Party invites Ingredients & utensils Aprons to use at the party Wipe-clean recipe card for each child Kiddy Cook certificate for each child We are very flexible so if you have any special requests we are happy to tailor our parties to individual requirements. We can also cater for food allergies, intolerances, likes and dislikes.
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