Have a blast with your child while increasing their self-confidence, building an important skill, and helping with selective (picky) eating tendencies!
Toddler Test Kitchen is a one of a kind, hands-on, parent-child cooking class for kids from 2 years old to 6 years old (recommended).
Toddler Test Kitchen will increase food acceptance for your selective eater and boost excitement for your adventurous child. Each class features an age-appropriate, original recipe created by Baby Bloom Nutrition. The class is guided by Yaffi Lvova, RDN of Baby Bloom Nutrition for Sunday classes, and by Sarah Garone, DTR of A Love Letter to Food for Saturday events.
Come prepared for an adventure, and bring your nutrition questions! Smaller children in strollers or wraps are welcome! Parents are required to take the class with their children.
About Baby Bloom Nutrition
Yaffi Lvova, RDN is an experienced registered dietitian nutritionist and a proud mom of twins plus one. She created Toddler Test Kitchen as a way to introduce children to unfamiliar foods in a safe way, a way that builds confidence and self-reliance while spending quality time with parents. As the owner of Baby Bloom Nutrition, she works with pregnant women and new parents to increase their nutritional confidence and help smooth the transition into parenthood.
About A Love Letter to Food
Sarah Garone, DTR is a the writer/cook/photo-taker of A Love Letter to Food. The name pretty much says it all. She loves food—eating it, sharing it.,learning about it—and it brings her joy to share that love with others. Sarah is a wife, mom of three, and cooking enthusiast who also happens to be a nutritionist! On her blog, A Love Letter to Food, she shares great recipes and other things she has learned along the way.
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Link to Today’s Dietitian recognition: https://www.facebook.com/TodaysDietitian/posts/10156517281337090
Where is this class held?
This class will be held under the ramada next to Botanica. Check out the Map at the front of The Farm if you are not familiar with the grounds.
Where should I park?
Parking can get full early on weekends. The closest parking will be to the back of the property near Morning Glory and Botanica. If this lot is full there is a dirt lot just to the South as you are looping around the back parking lots it’s just to the south behind the South Grove.
What should I bring?
Wear comfortable walking shoes and clothes to get dirty in. Shading is limited so bring sunscreen if needed. Please bring a water bottle with water, but please no outside food and beverages, as we have several options property.
Due to supplies being bought for class, class tickets are non-refundable.