Kids Bakeshop

Maybe you have a young budding baker that can't get enough of being in the kitchen. They love watching Kids Baking championship on TV. They are constantly begging you to let them try out a new recipe and bake something.

Or maybe you know that building skills in the kitchen is important for your child, but don't know where to start. Maybe you were never taught yourself how to bake!

Perhaps it's what you and your children LOVE to do together, and want to do more of. Especially right now, with everyone being home!

I think we have been given a gift right now to spend some time in the kitchen with your kids. And I believe ALL kids should be taught basic skills in the kitchen.

Unfortunately, many schools do not teach our youngsters how to use real ingredients, and make real food anymore.

But I believe a child is never too young to be in the kitchen! And by teaching our children these skills we are raising confident healthier kids that won't need to rely on processed foods. They will have an appreciation for making their own food, and building a life long love of being in the kitchen.

What Will My Child Learn?

Module 1: Measuring Magic

In this week we will focus on how to measure the RIGHT way.

By the end of the week your young bakers will be able to:

  • Measure wet and dry ingredients (and know the difference!)
  • The right and wrong way to measure flour
  • Easy way to use measuring spoons
  • My step by step proven method to crack an egg!

Once they have learned the magic of measuring, they can put those new skills to the test and make two easy, fun recipes I know they will love!

Module 2: Breakfast Bonanza!

In this week the young bakers will learn not two, but three breakfast recipes!

By the end of the week your young bakers will be able to:

  • Describe what makes a quick bread "quick"
  • Know the difference between baking soda and baking powder.
  • Use a stovetop safely

Module 3: It's A Snack Attack!

In this week the young bakers will get to dig in and make two popular store-bought snacks from scratch!

By the end of the week your young bakers will be able to:

  • Use a cheese grater safely
  • Use a rolling pin easily and get fantastic results when rolling out dough

Module 4: Childhood Classics

In this week the young bakers will make two childhood classics better than any bakery!

By the end of the week your young bakers will be able to:

  • Know how to not overmix their baked treats for the best results
  • Scoop cookie dough and why it's important
  • Customize their cookies and create their own version!

Module 5: Say Yes To Yeast!

In this week the young bakers will learn to confidently bake with yeast.

By the end of the week your young bakers will be able to:

  • Know what yeast is and to use it in a recipe
  • How to proof yeast and why it's important to do so
  • Shape cinnamon rolls (I will show you an easy kid-friendly way of accomplishing this difficult task!)
  • Shape pretzels like a pro!

Module 6: Celebrate With Cupcakes!

In this week the young bakers will know how to skip past those cake mixes and make beautiful cupcakes for any celebration!

By the end of the week your young bakers will be able to:

  • Separate an egg (I'll show you 3 easy ways to do this!)
  • Fill a piping bag easily
  • Decorate a cupcake (without making a mess!)

BONUS 1:

Double the recipes! Recipes are created for newbie and novice skill levels so no matter where your child skills are, they will be able to advance them!

BONUS 2:

*Parents Eyes Only* Creating an Independent Baker: Discover the secret I use to giving up control with 25 kids in the kitchen and how you can apply this to working with your own kids!

BONUS 3:

Facebook Group Community: Helping your kids to learn how to bake can be tough, so you can ask questions and get support inside our Facebook group!

Can My Child Do This Independently?

I will be teaching kitchen safety with everything we do, but if your child is brand new to the kitchen, or very young then I recommend adult supervision be required.

I always think it's important to get parental permission first before beginning any recipe! No matter what the age. But you know your child and their skill level best!

What Will They Learn?

This isn't just about learning a recipe. I want to give your child skills that they can use from now until forever. I will not only show your young baker HOW to make something, but also:

  • kitchen safety (how to use a mixer safely, how to put items in the oven)
  • science behind what we are doing (in a kid-friendly way! This is what I do everyday with my students)
  • techniques and skills such as: cutting in butter, cracking eggs, zesting fruit, using a knife, creaming butter and sugar)
  • how to make a recipe their own
  • how to read a recipe
  • how to measure
  • and so much more!

So by the end of the class they will not just learned a few basic recipes, but gained valuable skills they can use time and time again as they continue to try new recipes in the kitchen.

Who Would This Class Be For?

  • Any young aspiring chef
  • Younger kids can work alongside an adult
  • Older kids may be able to work independently

Regardless of age, the expectation is that the parents will be present during the lessons to help their young chef in the kitchen!



Don't You Want These Kind Of Results?

"We joined this class because I wanted my kids, who are 10 and 8, to feel comfortable following a recipe and to feel successful when they can make something from start to finish (mostly) on their own. Plus the fact that the class includes a number of desserts definitely increases the motivation for the kids (any myself) to get the recipes done! My kids LOVED this class. It was a great experience for all of us. My 10 year old took charge of the recipes and really felt ownership over the recipes that she and her brother made. She was always asking when they could watch the next videos and make the next recipes. My 8 year old was very excited to help make the recipes, but even more important, to eat the food that he had made. I also saw that they both grew a lot in confidence from the first week to the last week. Things like measuring flour, cracking eggs, and even using the stove (with supervision) are things that they both feel confident doing now.

I recommend this class to anyone looking for a fun and educational class for their kids. Heather, the teacher, does a great job explaining things in a way that the kids will understand. The recipes that she has chosen and the instructions that she has for the kids are great to increase both skill and confidence. My kids really liked getting to watch the instructional videos before they baked to see what to expect once they were going through the recipes. I look forward to having my kids continue to learn and grow in their abilities now that they have a great basic understanding of baking!

This is a really good class and I really liked it because it helped me learn different recipes and it made me more confident when I was baking.

- Laura Austin

We have so loved all of the recipes! They have been delicious and Noelle has really done almost all of the work [herself]. Today was chocolate chip cookies—way better than store bought!

- Jennifer Senter

"Even from Week 1 I didn't have to take the reigns!"

- Lisa L.

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Course Curriculum


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Your Instructor


Heather Perine | Boston Girl Bakes
Heather Perine | Boston Girl Bakes

My name is Heather and I am a full time Family and Consumer Science (aka Home economics!) teacher. I teach middle school students culinary basics, nutrition, budgeting, and so much more. It is my passion to bring my love of baking and being in the kitchen to my students.

After completing a Bachelor's in Biological Sciences and Master's In Adolescent Education, I moved to Boston to become a full time science teacher. After 7 years of teaching science I realized what I enjoyed the most was teaching my students about cooking and baking. So I became licensed in Family and Consumer sciences, and now for the past 5 years have been teaching culinary skills to middle school students.

I have such a passion for baking and understanding the science of what goes in the kitchen and love bringing that to my students. But when I'm not teaching I'm sharing that joy online with my food blog, Boston Girl Bakes. I share easy step by step from scratch dessert recipes. And just last year, I am proud to say I became a published cookbook author with my first cookbook, Beginner's Baking Bible.

Baking is what I love to do. And teaching others to bake is what I live to do.


Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
When you enroll, you will get immediate access to the first six modules of lessons. And from August 3-28, one new lesson will be released - making 10 lessons total for you to complete with your children!
How long do I have access to the course?
How does forever sound? Each week you will have access to the new video lessons. But if you fall behind or just want to rewatch any down the road, don't worry you can!
What if I am unhappy with the course?
I would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unhappy with the course please contact me within 2 weeks after purchase, and I will issue you a full refund!

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