Kids get fired up with baking classes

Baking and cooking classes for the young ones are in high demand as families cannot travel during the school holidays

Jonas Ang (above), eight, cooks chicken for a cottage pie at ToTT at Century Square. A Christmas log cake-making class at Creative Culinaire The School. A baked mac and cheese class at Little Bakers' Lab (above).
Jonas Ang (above), eight, cooks chicken for a cottage pie at ToTT at Century Square.ST PHOTO: JOEL CHAN
Jonas Ang (above), eight, cooks chicken for a cottage pie at ToTT at Century Square. A Christmas log cake-making class at Creative Culinaire The School. A baked mac and cheese class at Little Bakers' Lab (above).
A baked mac and cheese class at Little Bakers' Lab (above).ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
Jonas Ang (above), eight, cooks chicken for a cottage pie at ToTT at Century Square. A Christmas log cake-making class at Creative Culinaire The School. A baked mac and cheese class at Little Bakers' Lab (above).
A Christmas log cake-making class at Creative Culinaire The School.ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO

Kids' baking classes seem like a popular activity this school holidays, with places in such classes all snapped up at some baking schools.

At Little Bakers Lab in Serangoon Garden Way, all its parent-child and kids-only baking classes are fully booked for this vacation.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 21, 2020, with the headline 'Kids get fired up with baking classes'. Subscribe