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Hands on Fun, Cooking for Anyone

MapCawthra and QEW
Mississauga, ON L5G 2A8
  • Cooking
  • March Break
  • Summer Day Camps
  • Winter Break


Andrea Falcone, Registered Nutritionist Cooking Classes & Programs for Kids

An expert in the nutrition and fitness field, Andrea Falcone has 15+ years working with kids and adults to teach them, build upon and develop healthy habits. Andrea empowers all of the individuals and groups she works with to allow them to see and work within their potential to live life with healthy positive habits.


Cooking Camps (*Camps are Nut free*)

Winter Baking Camp
Andrea and her team make the most out of Winter Break with a 3-day cooking camp and baking challenge. Campers will prepare their lunches each day using familiar kid-friendly recipes and then spend their afternoon with a baking challenge. Kids will learn new skills each day to leave them mastering their kitchen confidence by the end of the week!

March Break Cooking Camp (Ages 5-14 years)
Join Andrea and her team daily during March Break as kids learn and build upon fundamental life skills in the kitchen, as well as in life. Campers will have fun in the kitchen with cooking challenges including baking, chopping, pureeing, sauteeing and so much more preparing their meals and snacks. In the afternoon they'll have the opportunity to move around with physical activity and be a part of food science experiments, scavenger hunts and other leadership activities.

Summer Cooking Camp, July and August (2 weeks of camp: Ages 5-8 years | Ages 8-14 years)
This 5-day camp is designed to introduce and build upon food skills that kids will take with them in the kitchen and throughout life, to build confidence as they learn about healthy habits and balancing a meal, all while helping to make their lunch in a hands-on way. Afternoons will be spent interacting through physical activity, games and play leaving them excited to come back for more each day!

Cooking Classes and Demonstrations
School Cooking Classes | Sports Teams | Birthday Parties

One of the most important life skills to learn is how to cook! With so much convenience at our fingertips, coupled with marketing skills encouraging people to ‘just buy ready-made’ it can be hard to even believe we can put together a quick simple meal after a long day at work – but guess what – it can be learned, mastered and become even more convenient than stopping at that corner spot. There is a time and place for certain pre-packaged foods, or heading out to a restaurant for a lovely meal. However, the more we can cook in our homes, for ourselves and our families, using familiar ingredients to know what is going into the food we are eating, the better our health will be. Getting kids involved in the process is the icing on the cake!

Additional Services:
Corporate Cooking Classes and Presentations, Company and Product Branding, Media Work, Individual and Family Nutrition Counselling

Please refer to website for more information on these services or contact Andrea today at 416-802-8155.


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Andrea’s Cooking Camps are a safe space for children to learn, be themselves and make new friends! From chopping, measuring, baking, mixing, cleaning and understanding food safety, children learn and develop upon this critical skill, resulting in more confidence not only in the kitchen, but transitioning to other skills as well.

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