VIRTUAL GLUTEN-FREE COOKING CLASSES
Ask questions, share stories, and meet new friends in real-time.
Adaptable menus can meet any dietary restrictions or preferences.
All ages are welcome! We've taught kids ages 5-17. Parents of younger children, be ready to help your young chefs!
We provide a shopping list and recipe packet with notes and Instacart links so you can easily shop for ingredients.
Caroline and Paloma have taught hundreds of GF chefs online. Learn more about us.
Winter Class Series
Learn how to make winter holiday meals from around the world!
We are still in the process of planning our classes for this winter. If you're interested, click below to be notified when dates and registration are released!
Valentines Day Brunch
Sunday, February 11th, 9:30-11:30 am PST
Learn how to make GF scones, frittata, and soft pretzels, and cook a delicious brunch for your family!
For your family or event
Looking for a fun, safe activity to keep the guests of your birthday party, girl scout troop, or corporate gathering occupied? We will work with you to design a menu tailored to your group’s preferences.
Since 2020 we have taught over 600 children and raised over $7,000 for gluten free non-profit organiztions.
Meet The Team
Caroline was a middle schooler when she was diagnosed with celiac disease and her friend Paloma showed her how to make gluten-free Cheez-Its. Caroline and Paloma decided to start teaching GF cooking online to show other kids with celiac that they don’t have to miss out on eating delicious food! Their favorite part of teaching is talking with the kids about shared gluten-free experiences in their everyday lives.
Co-Founder & Chef
Paloma loves to cook, bake, create, and experiment. She has a family member with celiac disease and years of experience cooking gluten-free. In 2017, she took a gap year from school and traveled to 25 countries with her family where she learned about many cultures and how to cook local cuisines. Since then, she has enjoyed teaching other kids about the food of the world through the joy of cooking and eating! In her free time, Paloma enjoys playing the guitar, painting watercolor landscapes, baking, and spending time with her friends and family. She is a recent graduate of Palo Alto High School in Palo Alto, California, and an incoming freshman at the University of California, Berkeley.
Co-Founder & Chef
Caroline was diagnosed with celiac disease in eighth grade. She has been teaching online cooking classes for four years, and enjoys getting to know kids of all ages and teaching them how to cook delicious gluten-free food. In her free time, Caroline enjoys exploring the outdoors, rowing, reading, writing, and drawing. She is a recent graduate of Menlo-Atherton High School in Menlo Park, California, and an incoming freshman at Yale University.
I could tell how much the kids in class (many of whom had celiac) appreciated being able to make and eat delicious food that wouldn’t make them sick. I’m something of a misanthrope, even under the best circumstances, but I thoroughly enjoyed getting to meet such impressively creative, talented people."
In the News
Culinary ‘trip around the world’ for gluten-free kids
Two teens are offering gluten free cooking camps for kids
By Linda Hubbard, a reporter for local California newspaper InMenlo
GF Chefs Cookbook
Reminiscing about our delicious recipes? Check out this compilation of recipes from past GF Around the World Cooking Camps! The book includes recipes from Brazil, South Africa, Israel, Mexico, Japan, Malawi, Italy and more. It is organized into 5 sections: snacks and drinks, salads and soups, main dishes, dips and sauces, and desserts.
Sharing The Luck
Writer and photographer Paloma Raffle captures the joy and vibrancy of children’s lives around the world in this stunning illustrated children’s book. For ten months, Paloma and her family traveled through 72 villages across 25 countries over 6 continents, and in each place visited children in their homes, schools and communities. Sharing The Luck describes these children’s countries, homes and lives and shares their remarkable stories. This book is full of joy, wonder and struggles — from two thirteen-year-old nuns who will live their lives in a Bhutanese monastery, to the Kenyan middle schooler who has to watch out for elephants and lions on her walk to school every day.