VIRTUAL GLUTEN-FREE COOKING CLASSES
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Adaptable menus can meet any dietary restrictions or preferences.
All ages 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.
Valentine’s day is around the corner! This year we’ll be making homemade soft pretzels, frittata, and lemon blueberry scones. As always, everything is celiac-friendly and adaptable for any allergies/preferences.
Looking for a fun, COVID-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.
Looking for a fun, COVID-safe activity for the summer? Our one-week camps explore a different country’s cuisine each day. If you can only make it for a few days, we’ll work with you on the schedule.
I have been a high school teacher for 22 years and I think I know quality teens when I see them. You two girls are remarkable in every way. You not only created a fun cooking camp, but one that raises awareness about different cultures and promotes lifelong skills for kids with celiac disease. The camp was extremely well thought out and organized and the recipes and teaching styles were what I would expect from professional adult chefs/educators. THANK YOU!
Friends, I’m not saying this to be nice or grading on a curve because Caroline and Paloma are still in high school. I’ve taken a lot of cooking classes, and these were among the best. It’s an understatement to say my son loved these classes. They took place over four days, and he was STOKED for each one. Even better, the food he made was legit delicious—we ate every bite. 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.
We've taught over 600 children from all over the US (and a few from Canada!), ages 5-18.
Zoom Summer Camps During the Pandemic
During quarantine, we offered six weeks of gluten-free summer cooking camps to entertain kids from across the country who were stuck at home.
Around The World Fall Class Series, 2020
In our Sunday night dinner series, we taught kids how to made a traditional meal from a different country each week, including recipes from Kenya, Italy, Japan, Mexico, and Israel. 10% of profits were donated to the Celiac Community Foundation of Northern California.
Cooking Classes with SCEF
We partnered with the San Carlos Education Foundation to offer Fall, Winter, and Spring classes during the 2020-21 school year, raising over $7,000 for the local San Carlos School District.
Oakland Children's Hospital
We ran several classes for low-income celiac patients at the UCSF Benoiff Childrens’ Hospital in the spring of 2021.
Camp Celiac, 2021
We taught the kids at Camp Celiac, a week-long summer camp for children with Celiac Disease, how to make mini key lime pies and cornmeal crust pizza.
2021 Summer Camps
In 4 weeks of GF Around the World Summer Camp sessions, students enjoyed learning how to make GF cake pops, baked churros, spring rolls, red lentil dal with GF naan bread, and homemade horchata.
Around the World Holidays
In the winter of 2021-22, we taught classes preparing versions of traditional Kwanzaa and Southern New Year dishes and gluten-free holiday cookies. We donated a portion of profits to Second Harvest Food Bank to help support those in need over the holiday season.
Prospect Sierra Fundraiser
In March 2022, we taught a Thai Cooking Class as a fundraiser for Prospect Sierra, a K-8 school in El Cerrito, California. Students prepared pad thai, cucumber salad, and mango sticky rice.
Summer Camps 2022
In our 2022 summer camps, we taught GF recipes from Italy, Japan, India, and Greece including homemade pizza, Indian naan, greek shortbread cookies, and stuffed bell peppers. With a mix of new and familiar faces, this camp was a fun and delicious experience for all!
Bagel-making with Salty Bagel San Luis Obispo
We learned how to make GF bagels from an expert: the baker of California’s Salty Bagel online gluten-free bagel company! If you live in California, go check out @saltybagelslo!
In the News
Culinary ‘trip around the world’ for gluten-free kids
By Jennifer Iscol, President at Celiac Community Foundation of Northern California
Two teens are offering gluten free cooking camps for kids
By Linda Hubbard, a reporter for local California newspaper InMenlo