Cooking classes menu:

Getting families back in the kitchen, one meal at a time

Cooking from scratch is often something that families struggle with. Its a matter of lack of time, skills or knowledge. Creating wholesome, real food meals shouldn’t be a chore, it should be relaxing, stress free and NOT time consuming. Most meals featured take around 30-45 minutes from preparation to sitting at the table.

In every cooking class (except “basics”) you are offered a choice of menu items you would like featured. Cooking classes conducted in your home and free for the host as you will be providing the ingredients and you get several meals prepared for you!

All recipes I use are basic, everyday ingredients. If required for specialised dietary requirements, most items can be changed to suit.

Main meal choices:

 Take-away, fake-away:

taco night, easy filling delicious

Taco night, store bought shells loaded with loads of fresh veg and homemade taco seasoning.

  • Pizza Night
  • Burger Joint
  • Finger Lickin’ Chicken

    pizza, salad, load up on veg

    Pizza, so simple, very easy and unbelievably delicious.

  • Italian Feast
  • Nuggets and Chips
  • Mexican Fiesta
  • Asian takeout

Simple Dinners:

  • Simple Chicken Curry
  • Creamy Hidden Veg Pasta
  • Simple Veg Loaded Beef Bolognese

    veggie smuggler, bolognaise

    Loads of veggies make this bolognaise more than a simple pasta dish, its a powerhouse of goodness.

  • Spinach and Mushroom Ricotta Gnocchi

    meatfree monday, veggie delight

    Ricotta gnocchi smothered with a creamy spinach and mushroom sauce.

Slow Weekend Cook-ups:

  • Lasagne
  • Chicken Kiev
  • Chicken and Bacon Parcels

Make your own, demo only.

(at my table classes only, choose 2)

  • pasta
  • gnocchi
  • tortillas
  • bread
  • yoghurt
  • sauce
  • pastry
  • pizza bases

Ditch the Sandwich:

  • homemade wraps
  • cheats sausage rolls
  • lunchbox savouries:
    • mini quiche
    • bite sized bacon & egg pies
    • zucchini slice
    • impossible pie
  • hidden veg, ham & cheese scrolls

Lunchbox treats:

  • bliss balls
  • fruit roll ups
  • choc chip cookies
  • crackers
  • jam and coconut slice
  • yoghurt pouches
  • chia pudding


Basics class:

  • White bread
  • Simple steps to sourdough
  • homemade yoghurt

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Now you’ve made that delicious meal and made alot of it, what will you do with the leftovers? My philosophy is to cook once to get at least another meal. Below are recipe cards for you to click and print. Don’t let it sit in the fridge, love your left-overs!
Love your left-overs: (clickable. printable)

  • Fried Rice
  • Savoury Mince
  • Loaded Potatoes
  • Pie
  • Chicken and Corn Soup

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