Child Friendly Cook At Home Kits

Raising your own little Master Chef? Develop your child’s love for cooking with these family friendly kits which help budding culinary masters learn kitchen skills and tricks.

Luigi Basso Pizza Pie Making Kits

Luigi Basso was born and breed in Napoli (although he now lives in Swalwell, Newcastle) and we loved his step by step guide on how to make a simple pizza, Luigi style.

The kits come in two sizes; either enough for 2 or enough for 4 pizzas. They are extremely good value for money priced at £6 and £12 respectively. The kits include fresh dough balls, house tomato sauce, pepperoni, chorizo, mozzarella cheese, onions and peppers.

The instructions are really clear and there’s very little prep work needed. The finished pizzas were delicious!

If you’d like to try Luigi Basso Pizza Pie Making Kits they can be ordered through

Meat:Stack At Home

If you’re a Meat:Stack fan, you can now recreate their banging burgers at home with #StackAtHome a concept which was born through lockdown. Now restrictions are easing, it will no longer be available weekly but will be making a reappearance every so often.

The kits come with everything you’ll need for 4 burgers. We ordered the West Coast Classic which contained 8 patties, bacon, cheese, stack sauce, seasoning, tomato sauce, mustard and buns. It even included Meat:Stack paper bags for added authenticity which the kids really enjoyed.

I was on burger cooking duties (because that part can get hot and smoky) but Evie, 10, and Harry, 9, managed to grill the bacon and assemble the burgers while following the instruction card. It’s a brilliant way to get everyone involved in the meal making.

The #StackAtHome kits have proved to be hugely popular so you have to be quick to grab one. Keep an eye on their socials for details about the next drop and order at

My Delhi – Cook At Home Spice Kits

Cook authentic Indian curries at home with these DIY Recipe Kits from My Delhi, Newcastle.

These are a little more challenging and are definitely suited for older children. The spice mixes, which are hand picked, roasted and freshly ground by My Delhi’s chef, are available in Butter Masala and Chettinad Madras. The Butter Masala is the milder of the two and is our favourite. The kits do take time but the finished dish is amazing!

If you’d like to give these a go, they can be ordered through

Nudo Sushi Making Kits

Umai Mi Cook-At-Home Baos

If you’re a family of Bao Bun fans, then this is the kit for.

The kits are priced at £10 and you get everything you need to make 3 Baos. You choose from chicken cutlet, fried fish, prawns, pulled beef, char Sui pork or fried tofu. Sauce wise, you can have sweet chilli, Japanese mayo, sweet & sour, tangy BBQ, teriyaki or sriracha mayo.

Super easy to follow instructions that even tell you how to make a steamer if you don’t have one. We had great fun making these and the finished Baos were amazing!

The kits are available through At Home With Umai Mi and can be delivered or collected from their Eldon Square store

Sarah Lou’s Kitchen

Now, these aren’t kits but cook-a-long lessons over Zoom.

You get the ingredients list prior to the session then the kids join Sarah Lou on the scheduled Zoom call. The recipes require very little input from adults so the children pretty much make the meal completely independently.

If you’d like to try the cook-a-longs, visit and we might even see you online.

Evie and Harry both really enjoy spending time in the kitchen so I’m always on the look out for Cook-At-Home kits, if you see any around, let me know in the comments.

Thanks for reading.

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