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Bake Me Won­ders

48 Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad, TTDI, KL (011 1280 5733/www.bake­me­won­ If your eight-year-old has been watch­ing ‘Ju­nior Masterchef’ and wants a slice of the pie, Bake Me Won­ders is the right place to nur­ture your child’s pas­sion for cook­ing. The cen­tre of­fers bak­ing classes for kids four and above, culi­nary classes for kids eight and above, and a ProBak­ers class for teens aged 13-16 years olds. Sign your child up for one of the cen­tre’s hol­i­day camps or or­gan­ise a bak­ing party for a group of kids. Sat, 10am-3.30pm.

BakeLab by Teamo

Third floor, Bangsar Vil­lage II, Jalan Telawi 1, Bangsar (012 305 9817/www. teamobake­lab.word­ Cook­ies, cakes, pies, tarts, breads and rolls… Need we say more? Sign your child up for BakeLab and be­fore you know it, they’ll be dish­ing out treats for mummy and daddy. Par­ents can chill over at the milk bar while wait­ing for the kids to be done. Sat-Sun, 11am-7pm.

The Cook­ing House

173 Jalan Maarof, Bangsar, KL (012 395 1243/www.the­cook­ing­ Classes here run the gamut, teach­ing kids how to make ev­ery­thing from chur­ros and mac­arons to great big steaks and del­i­cate sushi. The sched­ule is ever chang­ing and in­cred­i­bly in­ter­est­ing. Classes are very much hands-on so even if your kids have never boiled an egg, don’t fear. The Cook­ing House’s in­struc­tors al­ways make sure that the kids gets some solid in­struc­tion in ba­sic cook­ing be­fore they progress to ad­vanced menus. Daily, 9.30am-6pm.

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