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Sweet surprises: Holiday cooking classes for kids in Seattle and on the Eastside



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As the holiday season approaches, you can get your kiddos involved in the most fun part of the season: fantastic food! These local culinary hubs offer holiday classes for kids where they can hone their baking or cooking skills – and get the chance to take home their creations. Sign up as soon as you can, as classes tend to fill up very quickly!

 

Boehm’s Candies chocolate-making classes

Eastside gem Boehm’s Candies offers family chocolate-making classes twice weekly. Kids and parents will get the chance to tour the Boehm’s factory before they sit down to make multiple chocolate creations. Kids 8 and up are welcome to participate; preregistration is required.

Sundays at 2 pm and Thursdays at 4 pm, $55 per participant.

255 NE Gilman Blvd, Issaquah, 98027

 

Paris Eastside French cooking classes

Paris Eastside offers a number of awesome French recipe cooking classes for kids and families. Upcoming holiday classes include a macaron class, a crêpe class, and an éclair class. Check their class schedule for all offerings, including non-holiday fare.

816 East Pike St, 98122

 

Holiday cooking classes at local community centers

Seattle’s community centers offer a host of stellar cooking classes for kids and teens where they’ll learn how to cook fancy desserts, pies and tarts, and more.

Dec. 15, holiday cookie-making class, 5:30 to 7 pm, 12 and over. Northgate CC, $15.

Dec. 5 and 15, chocolate-making class, 9 am to 1 pm,10 and over. Montlake CC, $30.

 

Sur La Table holiday cooking classes

Kirkland’s Sur La Table outpost offers two awesome three-day holiday cooking classes series, one for kids 8-12 and another for teens 13-17.

Kids 8-12: Dec. 21 to 23, 10 am to 12 pm, $150.

Teens 13-17: Dec. 21 to 23, 2 to 4 pm, $150.

90 Central Way Kirkland, 98033

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