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Help your kids learn kitchen basics and healthy habits by sending them to a metro Atlanta cooking class. They might develop a passion for cooking just like four junior chefs in our Kids Who Cook feature. Also check out these cool cookbooks and kitchen products your kids will love.

Flour Power Kids Cooking Studios

Located in Alpharetta, this fun kitchen offers themed weekly classes, where kids can focus on hands-on kids cooking while learning recipes to try at home. They’ll learn about food handling, preparation, cooking techniques, food etiquette, and have the chance to develop their own recipes. Themes include Holy Ravioli, Sweet Shop, Farm to Table and more. Classes start at $149. 131 S. Main St., Alpharetta.

Young Chefs Academy

Students learn everything from kitchen safety to baking techniques to table setting at this fun venue. Kids can enroll in weekly cooking classes for beginners or in one of the more in-depth programs such as Junior or Senior Chef classes. Cumming, Marietta and Sandy Springs. Prices start at $30 per class. To register, visit the website.

The Cooking School at Irwin Street

Kids can try the Play With Your Food classes to learn how to make pizza and pasta from scratch, breakfast foods, tacos and more. They also offer parent and child classes, and even one taught by a mom and daughter duo. $85 and up. 660 Irwin St. NE, Atlanta. To register, visit the website.

MJCCA Culinary Arts

The center offers cooking classes for preschoolers and older kids and family programs for everyone. Kids work on proper techniques for measuring, chopping, cutting, mixing, pouring and more, as well as kitchen safety measures. Sessions range from 16-18 classes, with prices starting at $150. 5342 Tilly Mill Rd., Dunwoody. To register, visit the website and search for Culinary Arts.

Publix Aprons Cooking School

Big and Little Chef classes are a fun opportunity for parents and kids (ages 5-12) to learn cooking techniques together. Themes include cupcakes, food revolution and one-pan wonders. Prices start at $80. 4305 State Bridge Rd., Alpharetta. Register online.

The Cook’s Warehouse

You’ll be wowed by the state-of-the-art kitchen at Cook’s Warehouse, where hands-on and demonstration classes are available for all ages. Current offerings for kids include Passport to Europe, Wild and Wacky Foods, and French Patisserie. $399 for a 5-day course; check the website for dates and registration information. 1544 Piedmont Ave., Atlanta.

Vino Venue

With Family Fun classes, kids learn kitchen basics, techniques and safety while learning more about food culture and healthy eating. Classes include pizza night and taco night. To register, visit the website and choose the calendar tab for schedule. These afternoon classes are $49 per person.


How neat would it be for a professional chef to come into your home and teach a cooking class? Choose the cooking class and chef you would like to work with, the date and price. You can choose “My Place” for the chef to come into your home and teach the class or “Chef’s Place” to go to their location, which may be a small cafe, art gallery, etc. Book and pay online to finalize. Prices vary by class.

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