We have to postpone our kids and teens classes (in-store) due to COVID-19.

We do some online offerings available. 

Credits will be issued to honour any bookings for classes that have had to be cancelled. 

Please keep safe. Look after yourselves and your loved ones and we look forward to seeing your smiling faces and that of your children again soon.

At Relish Mama we believe with all our might that every child should be given the opportunity to learn to cook. Cooking is a valuable life skill that sets us up for good health, great lifetime habits and nurtures and encourages creativity.

Many of our kids classes’ menus are based on celebrating the different seasons and teaches children where our food really comes from.

Our in-store classes are generally for ages 6-11+ as well as teens and tweens groups of 11-16+. All are predominantly run each school holidays. Our online classes are a great way to get all siblings involved or even to make it a family affair. 

We do strongly advise you book early as classes do sell out fast.

If a class is sold out we encourage you to join the waitlist. Use the button below to send us and enquiry regarding a class or to join the waiting list.

A note to parents and carers: Our in-store cooking classes are a sign in and drop off style. We do not have the capacity for parents and carers to stay in the class and it can be quite disruptive to the class format. We do hope you understand and can treat yourself to some ‘you’ time.

Kids and teens online hands on fabulous Mexican Fiesta via Zoom

$75.00

Kids and teens online hands-on fabulous Mexican Fiesta via Zoom.

Join Nellie for this hands-on vibrant and delicious Mexican fiesta.
Learn to create some wonderful Mexican inspired dishes that you can cook and then share with your family for a fabulous and fun Mexican dinner.
Menu includes:

  • Homemade guacamole
  • Chicken fajitas
  • A vegetarian tortilla filling will also be offered for any kids and teens who would prefer this
  • Simple slaw
  • Simple hero chocolate cake (not Mexican but a sweet way to round off our feast)

All kids and teens are welcome to join this class. Very achievable for teens and tweens and for younger children, we do encourage an adult to be in the kitchen to assist.

This class will be taught over Zoom. The shopping list and Zoom link will be sent one week prior to the class commencing or if you book within this week window, this information will instead be sent within the 24 hours of receiving your booking.

The price of this class is per zoom link. We hope this encourages siblings to cook along together at home for some lovely fun these school holidays.

If you have a credit for missed classes during the lockdown, you are most welcome to redeem these for these online classes.

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Kids and teens online hands on fabulous Milo class via Zoom

$75.00

Kids and teens online hands-on fabulous Milo cooking class via Zoom.

Join Catherine for this hands-on and fun class based around Milo. 
Menu includes:

  • MILO and Raspberry Tiramisu
  • Crunchy MILO cookies
  • MILO brownie

All kids and teens are welcome to join this class. It will be very achievable for teens and tweens and for younger children, we do encourage an adult to be in the kitchen to assist.

This class will be taught over Zoom. The shopping list and Zoom link will be sent one week prior to the class commencing or if you book within this week window, this information will instead be sent within the 24 hours of receiving your booking.

The price of this class is per zoom link. We hope this encourages siblings to cook along together at home for some lovely fun these school holidays.

If you have a credit for missed classes during the lockdown, you are most welcome to redeem these for these online classes.

A brief history of MILO

MILO was first introduced by a chemical engineer, Thomas Mayne from Smithtown, NSW in 1934, during the great depression.

Nestle wanted to develop a tonic drink that tasted good enough that children would eat it, whilst giving them the vitamins and minerals they needed, without costing families too much. The drink also had to be made from local ingredients such as malted barley, dried milk and cocoa.

Thomas Mayne spent four years developing what we now know as MILO. He wanted to create a mix with vitamins and minerals that would dissolve when stirred, not just fall to the bottom of the glass. He couldn’t quite get there.

One day, Mayne walked into his kitchen to discover his daughter, Margaret and her brother scooping the crunchy bits of MILO powder off the top of their drinks. It was then he realised that the crunch was not a problem, but a feature! And so MILO, as we know it today, was born—named after MILO of Croton, a Greek wrestler who lived in the 6th Century BC and possessed legendary strength.

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