When kids take cooking classes, it helps them understand the importance of food preparation. Cooking classes also teach them how to combine foods to create dynamic flavor profiles and give them a lifelong appreciation of quality food. Cooking also helps them develop problem-solving, mathematical, and cognitive skills they can use for the rest of their lives. Our team at Creme de la Creme Alpharetta (Nesbit Ferry Road), Georgia, has made finding kids cooking classes in our area a breeze. Simply use this list of in-person and online classes where your kids can learn to cook fun and nutritious meals.

Cozymeal Online Classes

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If your child excels at virtual learning, they’ll enjoy the online classes offered by Cozymeal’s Online Cooking Classes for Kids. Once you sign your child up for one of the cooking classes, you’ll receive a list of ingredients needed for the specific class. Order the ingredients online from Cozymeal, and the company will deliver them to your door. When the scheduled online class begins, your chef will accompany you and your child through the process where you can ask as many questions as you want. Examples of kids’ online cooking classes include:

Cookies for Kids

This class shows the basics of how to make cookies from scratch. Your child will frost ricotta cookies, as well as knead and roll out puffy sopapillas.

How To Make a Gingerbread House

Kids will not only learn how to make gingerbread walls, but they’ll also master making the perfect buttercream frosting. Once the class is finished, your child will have a stunning gingerbread house.

Check the website often for new interactive, online kids’ cooking classes.

Flour Power Kids Cooking Studios

Many children enjoy learning through hands-on interactive lessons. At Flour Power Kids Cooking Studios, your youngster will have a blast cooking with peers in a fun-filled and safe environment. This cooking school offers classes for preschoolers up to teenagers with weekly classes, culinary camps, and the Kids Night Out event.

Kids that enroll in the themed weekly classes will focus on building on a weekly culinary theme. They’ll learn kitchen basics, how to handle knives and pots and pans properly, and create and cook their own recipes based on what they learn in the class. Flour Power Kids Cooking Studios also offers online classes, special family events, and immersion cooking camps.

Kids will appreciate the value of cooking with fresh produce by attending a class at Flour Power Kids Cooking Studios. Exposing them to the benefits of local community supported agriculture boxes will help them appreciate the benefits of cooking with locally grown, organic produce.

Location: 131 S. Main St. in Alpharetta

Contact: 470-760-6460

Marcus JCC of Atlanta

Your kids can attend a variety of cooking classes at Marcus JCC of Atlanta. Several of Atlanta’s top chefs teach culinary techniques in the state-of-the-art kitchen at this location. With professional chefs teaching your kids kitchen and culinary skills, they’ll have a lifelong appreciation of fine cooking.

Marcus JCC of Atlanta offers preschool and after-school cooking classes for you and your youngsters where everyone can prepare foods from pasta to sushi. You can also sign your child up for summer cooking camps and workshops to keep their interest in cooking sparked all-year long. Once your child appreciates fresh food, they may develop an interest in how to grow a low-maintenance garden in the Alpharetta, Georgia, area.

Location: 5342 Tilly Mill Road in Dunwoody

Contact: 678-812-4000

Young Chefs Academy

Immerse your child in a culinary adventure by enrolling them in weekly cooking classes at Young Chefs Academy (YCA). These weekly classes, perfect for beginner aspiring chefs, teach youngsters kitchen basics like safety, how to read a recipe, and how to impress guests with impressive table settings. Each month, the staff at Chefs Academy presents a new theme that builds week after week. If you enroll your child in a Young Chefs Academy membership, they’ll have access to exclusive programs, including:

JuniorChefs MasterChef

Kids in this program can advance their culinary skills following a carefully structured curriculum. To receive the coveted YCA certified MasterChef black jacket, your young chef must pass knowledge assessments and show their proficiency in cooking appropriately for their age level.


Budding chefs ages 4 through 6 can learn kitchen skills through the YCA KinderCooks program. This program is designed for this age group’s attention span, cognitive skills level, and preferred eating habits.

When you send your children to Young Chefs Academy Culinary Camp, they’ll have a positive immersing experience. YCA offers this culinary camp as a three-hour session held over several days. Each week, the staff creates a new theme, and the class builds around the techniques and recipes of that theme. Kids will learn cooking and baking techniques, have fun challenges and competitions, and have exposure to some of the latest trends in the culinary scene.

Location: 227 Sandy Springs Place, Suite 367 in Sandy Springs

Contact: 404-255-9263

The Chef Xperience

The Chef Xperience offers a unique approach to kids’ cooking classes — bringing the experience to your home or party event center. The primary goal of the mobile-based The Chef Xperience is to teach and inspire young students about how nutrition helps prevent certain diseases and to also develop their culinary skills. This company teaches meal prep, kitchen safety, how to read labels and recipes, and the art of food presentation.

The Chef Xperience also offers interactive hands-on nutrition cooking classes and kids’ cooking camps. After the class, you can print out the instructions and recipes for meals the kids cooked in the class. Sample meals your family can cook include gluten-food pizza crust, zucchini muffins, and Caribbean kebabs.

Location: Throughout Fulton and Forsyth County

Contact: 678-400-2045

Isn’t it exciting watching your kids use their creativity in the kitchen from what they learned in their cooking classes? Which style of cooking does your child enjoy the most? Are they excited about trying new classes? If we missed a cooking class that you can recommend, feel free to let us know, and we’ll add your suggestion to our list.