Italian Cantucci Cookie Making for Kids

Italian Cantucci Cookie Making for Kids

The fun Zoom cooking class your kids have been hungry for!
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Duration

1 hours

Departs

Wed, Sat, Sun 4p CET (10a EST)

Take your kids on a trip to Florence … without leaving your kitchen!

If your kids have turned your house into the real life version of Game of Thrones you may be feeling in need of a vacation. Here’s your chance to send them off to Italy to learn how to bake Italian Cantucci Cookies with us!

The good news is that for one precious hour we will dazzle them, educate them and make them feel entirely different about going to class on Zoom. The best part is you don’t have to worry about how they will behave on the plane because for this Italian holiday you don’t have to leave your kitchen! 

Francesco and Sara, will invite you into their home LIVE in Florence Italy to guide you through this family recipe for classic Chocolate Chip Italian Cantucci that are easy & fun to make and SO delicious to eat. As cooks, teachers and parents, Francesco and Sara know how to spark kids’ imagination and to create a connection with them even through a computer screen.

You and your children can then enjoy these Italian Cantucci Cookies – often known as Biscotti outside Italy – after the class.

Italian Cantucci Cookie Making for Kids Highlights

  • Share this special hands-on activity with your kids that is cultural, culinary and fun.
  • Travel to Florence Italy with your family without leaving your kitchen to get a taste of Florence.
  • Add a delicious classic Italian cookie to your table & dessert baking repertoire.

What to Expect from Italian Cantucci Cookie Making for Kids

Travel to Florence Italy to meet your hosts before learning how to make one of their classic Italian cookie recipe: Chocolate Chip Cantucci. Your kids will have a blast learning how to make this easy cookie recipe while learning about life with kids in Florence Italy. With so many of the normal activities with kids unavailable this year, this class offers an experience that is educational, interactive, and really fun!

Book now to enjoy this unique virtual culinary themed family activity and brighten up your household.

Looking for a private group experience? Save up to 60% per screen! Starting at €200, we’ll help create an unforgettable online experience for your group!

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How Italian Cantucci Cookie Making for Kids Works

  • When you book this online experience you will be provided with a detailed list of all the ingredients and supplies needed to master these recipes at home. We will also provide preparation required before the experience begins.
  • You will be emailed the login in details for joining this Zoom meeting- if you don’t have Zoom you will need to download Zoom for free.
  • The experience will be led by Francesco and Sara from their beautiful kitchen in Florence.
  • Each session is interactive and engaging creating a warm, friendly atmosphere that makes asking questions and receiving feedback very easy.
  • The experience will end and you will then be able to indulge on the delicious cookies that you just made.
  • You will receive a detailed recipe for the cookies by email after the class has finished.

SAVE UP TO 60% per screen for your own private experience!

Any of our online cooking classes & culinary experiences can be booked privately! Starting at under €200, create an experience for your friends, family or colleagues at a huge discount that will be a fun & educational experience for all. Scroll up and click “Book Now” to book this class as a private experience!

Meet Some of Your Virtual Hosts!

Katrina
Katrina
Born in Costa Rica. After coming to Portugal every summer, I made Lisbon my home in 2016
My favorite dish is one my grandma makes - white fish cooked in onion, tomato and white wine sauce with roasted herb potatoes!
Someone once advised me to look for restaurants with the oldest and grumpiest local men in Lisbon
Eva
Eva
I was born and raised in Prague
My favorite dish is traditional kuba - a bit of a forgotten dish with barley and forest mushroom
For a great view with beer or goulash, go to Strahov Monastery and St. Norbert Brewery - it's central but quiet
Domenico
Domenico
From the US, has called Rome home since 2000.
Favorite dish is Fusilli with Fiore di Zucca sauce (from Acquavella) because that is my family's specialty!
Don't miss the night life in a non-touristy neighborhood like San Lorenzo.
Gaia
Gaia
Born in the Tuscan countryside but now I live in Florence.
I like the parts of the cow you usually throw away...tongue, stomach, udder, etc!
Don't miss the sunset from Piazzale Michelangelo - grab a beer and a seat on the staircase!
Katie
Katie
Grew up on a farm in Somerset but now loving the big city life.
I love to go to Mildred's in Soho for fresh and super tasty vegetarian cuisine and then finishing off with a glass of bubbly.
Go to Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew to lose yourself in nature. If you want a fun night out then head to Soho Theatre to see some of the best comedians.
Beatrice
Beatrice
Born in Florence but now I live in Pistoia
Can't go wrong with pizza and ice cream
Don’t plan too much - wander through the tiny alleys full of magic!