Festive Flatbreads! Family Weekend Online Cookalong

Join us and The Big Skill, for a fantastic, fun Festive Family Cookalong on Saturday 20th November at 4pm on zoom!

It may be a tad early to get the Christmas Tree up (or not?!) but its never to early to start planning your holiday season feast! So together, we will be making a brand new Christmas-inspired recipe that is sure to become a big hit this festive period! A fun kids activity that also cooks up a super tasty Christmas recipe that will leave you ticking all the festive foody boxes this year – its a win win in our books! So grab the toddlers, tweenagers, and everyone in between, find a spot in the kitchen – or wherever – and get cooking with us! Christmas jumpers optional!

We’ll be showing you how to create our fantastic new Festive Flatbreads! As always, nothing special or fancy required and we love to mix things up so happy to discuss different variations on the day! For this recipe, we are making two different toppings, you can do one or the other or both, or try something completely different – the idea is it is green to resemble a Christmas tree, but it doesn’t have to be! And the decorations can be as minimal or elaborate as you wish – yellow pepper stars on top perhaps?! Our sessions, whether online or in-person, are always fun, friendly and relaxed, you don’t even need to have your camera on if you don’t want to! Our main aim is to get kids enjoying creating delicious food together – absolutely no pressure.


For the flatbreads:

Plain flour

Oil (vegetable / olive oil etc)

Salt / dried herbs for flavour – rosemary is ideal, but anything can work, or garlic would be tasty!

For the topping / decorations:

Avacado, garlic and herbs to season


Spinach, basil, garlic, nuts – cashew, peanuts or pinenuts work best, oil, herbs to season

PLUS small amounts assorted colourful veg eg peppers or tomato for ‘decorations’


Bowls – large and small


Frying pan / griddle / hot iron to cook the flatbreads

Fork or masher

Chopping board


Child safe knife (normal butter knives work well!)

Mortar and pestle or rolling pin to bash up the nuts

Drop us an email if you want more information hshire@kidskitchen.org.uk or book using our Happity page.