Our classes are based out of Hudson Table in Hoboken, NJ, and our set schedule is below. To schedule a private individual or group class at Hudson Table or in your home, email nicole@peasfulkitchen.com.

Saturday April 29
3:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Get ready for a super fun hands-ons cooking experience that plants the seeds of healthy eating early on.  Have your child expand their taste buds by creating easy, healthy, and yummy recipes. Emphasis will be placed on using the 5 senses to smell, touch, taste, look and listen during the culinary adventure.  Children will learn a variety of skills including: kitchen safety, following directions, measuring, nutrition, early knife skills, and more.  They will work as a team cooking, setting the table, serving, cleaning up, and of course, eating! Recommended ages: 2-5.
On the Menu: Whole-wheat pasta salad with vegetables and homemade vinaigrette; Mixed fruit salsa with cinnamon sugar pita chips, and Homemade hummus and veggie dippers.
Location: Urban Jungle (your ticket includes 50 percent off an open play pass for tots who want to get their energy out before or after the class).

Mommy and Me Healthy Cooking Class!45.00 USD
Your eTicket will be emailed after payment to your PayPal email address.



Create great eaters from the start! When your baby is gearing up to start solids, this series is the ultimate way to ease the transition and build your confidence and cooking skills! We’ll answer all your questions about introducing solids for the very first time, and guide you through the first three crucial months of baby’s first foods. But best of all, you’ll leave every class with a freezer stocked with meals for your baby. Save by booking all three parts.
Classes are:
Puree Buffet, January 10
Purees 2.0, February 6
Introduction to Textures, March 6

7-9:30 p.m. each day:

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The Ultimate Baby Food Cooking Class (Part 1): Puree Buffet
Tuesday January 10
7-9:30 p.m.
This class is ideally taken when your baby is gearing up to start solids. We’ll prepare a variety of single-ingredient purees, and let you mix, match, and blend to create a palate of fruit and veggies that your new little eater will love. You’ll go home with 24 portions of food! Even more, we’ll prepare and sample a dish for moms and dads that incorporates one of those purees (oh right, you need to eat, too.) Butternut squash risotto, anyone?
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Monday, February 06 2017
7-9:30 pm

Now that your little eater is a pro at single ingredient purees, we’ll expand her palate by incorporating a combination of fruits and veggies, and adding herbs and spices. You’ll also learn how to use leftover purees to create more advanced dishes for your little eater (and ones you can make for your whole family!), and this class will begin to introduce larger portions as baby’s appetite grows. Sample Menu: savory squash “soup” puree, apple-cinnamon pouches, sautéed zucchini puree with garlic and basil, and peach and mint puree. You’ll take home s combination of meals and pouches that you can use right away or freeze for later.
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The Ultimate Baby Food Cooking Class (Part 3): Introduction to Textures
Monday, March 6
7-9:30 p.m.
Perfect for parents of babies or toddlers (or both!), You’ll learn the best ways to cook (and introduce) dairy, grains, meats, and more! Best of all, the meals we make in this class are ones you can recreate for your entire family (because we know short order cook isn’t your mealtime goal.) Make freezer space for the 16 meals that you’ll have stocked and ready in your freezer after this class! Sample menu includes: apple pie oatmeal, baby’s first green smoothie pouch, red lentils with quinoa, and chicken pesto risotto (nut free).
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In a world that’s dominated by packed foods, this series introduces your child to new flavors and textures in foods that are fun and kid friendly but still nutritionally dense. By the end of the series, you’ll have the a toddler that’s more open to exploring new foods and the confidence and skills to keep him on a healthy journey. But best of all, you’ll leave every class with a freezer stocked with meals for your baby. Save by booking all three parts. Classes are:
Toddlers’ Favorite Foods, January 30
Undercover Vegetables, February 13
Finger Foods for Picky Eaters, March 13
7-9:30 p.m. each day

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The Essential Toddler Food Cook Class (PART 1): Toddlers’ Favorite Foods
Monday, January 30
7-9:30 p.m.
Your tot’s favorite foods–but with a healthier twist! You’ll leave with a freezer full of meals and snacks that are ready for when you need them and packaged perfectly to take to go or send to daycare or preschool. Sample menu includes: unprocessed chicken nuggets, sweet potato mac and cheese, crispy chickpea fritters, and zucchini muffins—yum!
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Monday,February 13 2017
7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

For those times that your child’s veggie intake needs a boost, this class sneaks veggies into foods that your child will love (in fact, she won’t even realize they’re there!). You’ll learn helpful strategies to get your child to love veggies and create healthy habits that will last them for a lifetime—and you’ll take home 16 meals and snacks. Sample menu includes: hidden veggie meatballs, pasta with 6 veggie sauce, pumpkin and black bean empanadas, and apple-carrot breakfast cookies.
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The Essential Toddler Food Cooking Class (Part 3): Finger Foods For Picky Eaters
Monday, March 13
7-9:30 p.m.
When picky eating begins to take a toll on your sanity, we swoop in with healthy and delicious meals and snacks that please even the pickiest palate. PLUS you’ll learn doable tips for mealtime success with a guest appearance from a pediatric feeding therapist who will give helpful strategies on how to combat pickiness. Sample menu includes: chicken potstickers, baked ziti primavera, broccoli and cheese fritters, and protein packed granola bars.
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About Our Classes:
Talk about a guilt-free night out! Our BYOB (that’s bottle, not baby) classes let you enjoy a night out and meet other parents—all while doing something productive for your little one. Parents who take our classes go home with a week’s worth of organic meals and snacks they can stick in the fridge or freezer, as well as the recipes and confidence to recreate the same meals at home. And because we know “short order cook” is not your dinnertime goal, we provide tips on how to turn the baby- and toddler-friendly recipes we create into meals your whole family will love. Now, let’s get cooking!