At Fun Little Foodies, our main goal is to get kids involved and interested in food and cooking. We focus on having fun, getting stuck in, tasting new food and flavours and exploring where our food comes from. Our recipes are nutritious and show the importance and simplicity of using fresh ingredients wherever possible. A balanced diet is always emphasised and therefore some recipes do also cater for the sweet lovers amongst our children!
Children are encouraged to be as independent as possible and practice their listening and following instructions skills. However, due to the age of our children in our preschool classes, parent/carer participation is expected when needed.
We run weekly preschool classes in North Tyneside, Newcastle and Northumberland as well as after school classes and holiday sessions for older children. We also do pop up sessions in a variety of locations around the North East of England – follow us on facebook for more details.
We are available to run cookery sessions in schools and nurseries and for birthday parties.
Fantastic class for little ones! My 3.5 year old loves it; they make different recipes each week, and Katie and Kirsten are fantastic! Jensen is a lot more confident now and loves the routines of the class. He also has tried lots of new foods in the tastings which is great. We’re going to sign… Continue reading My little boy loves Foodies!
Our first Fun Little Foodies session and we both had a great time, I can’t believe Lucy was tucking into water melon as part of her space rocket! Really lovely relaxed atmosphere, a great way to do some cooking and try different things in a fun way. Thanks for having us we’ll be back!
My little boy came to class a bit tired and emotional today but Fun Little Foodies turned him round. He is 2 1/2 but managed everything with a little bit of help here and there. Great fun and like being on real life ‘I can cook’ but funner – more songs, games and stories!! Never… Continue reading Really fun
A lovely gem of a class with welcoming, down to earth teachers. I think just a few sessions would introduce children to loads of new words, food preparation skills and new tastes. My little chef tasted basil and then cherry tomatoes today and she HATES tomatoes so this class could be the start of a… Continue reading Tasted Tomatoes!