Give Peas a Chance Class schedule

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!

More info: http://babiesforpeas.com/class-schedule-and-descriptions/

PUREE BUFFET
January 28, 7-9 p.m.
STAGE 1: Purees
This class is ideally taken once your doctor gives you the okay 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 (you know, in case your husband says, “What did you cook for me? Oh right, he needs to eat, too.) Butternut squash risotto, anyone? Cost $55
Eventbrite - Puree Buffet

COMFORT FOODS
February 11, 7-9pm
STAGE 2: Introduction to Textures

Baby, it’s cold outside, and your little one needs some comfort (you know, in addition to your warm hugs). These warming dishes are your baby’s first taste of comfort food classics–and since moms and dads like these foods too, we’ll show you how to turn these dishes into meals you and hubby will love. On the menu: chicken pot pie, baked potato soup, root vegetable risotto, and banana oatmeal smoothies. Cost: $65
Eventbrite - Comfort Foods

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BIRTHDAY CAKES **Special 1st Anniversary Class!**
February 25, 7-9p.m.
ALL STAGES

Happy birthday to us! In honor of our baby turning one (and by baby, we mean this cooking school), we’re throwing a party. We’ll make three types of healthy cupcakes and three types of frosting, perfect for baby’s 1st through 100th birthdays (yep, all ages love these treats, so bring your child-free friends)! Mix and match cupcakes and frostings to create your own tasty combinations, and go home with your creations to share with your sweet family. We’re baking: egg free applesauce cake, sweet potato cupcakes, classic vanilla, plus three different types of frosting: butter cream, gooey marshmallow icing, and cream cheese frosting. It’s not just a class, it’s a celebration! Cost $50
Eventbrite - Birthday Cakes (special 1 year anniversary class!)

Little Italy
March 11, 7-9 p.m.
Stage 3: Textures and Finger Foods
“Maaaaaa the meatballs!” That may be your little one’s first words after you serve him authentic Italian food from this class–only appropriate, considering he lives in the birthplace of Frank Sinatra, home of Italian festivals, and some of the world’s best mutz. We’ll be saying mangia to ricotta meatballs, Italian rice balls, red-white-and-green smoothies, and mini spaghetti pies–an authentic italian recipe from Nicole’s grandmother’s kitchen. Warning: Taking this class may increase the tendency to talk with your hands. Cost: $65
Eventbrite - Little Italy

Lil Foodie
March 25, 7-9 p.m.
Stage4: Toddler Meals
You know that mom who brags about how her kid slept through the night at 2 weeks, walked at 6 months, and can already speak 7 languages? This class is the ultimate comeback. When she starts talking about how she’s enrolling her 2-year-old in Mandarin lessons, you can interrupt with your own story about how Junior just loves quinoa—but then again, his taste buds have always been a little more advanced. We’ll make fancy-sounding, super yummy dishes that all toddlers love, such as: savory ham and swiss muffins, pasta with nut-free pesto, french lentil soup, and mini quinoa quiches. Cost: $65
Eventbrite - Lil Foodie

PUREE BUFFET
April 8, 7-9 p.m.
STAGE 1: Purees
This class is ideally taken once your doctor gives you the okay 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 (you know, in case your husband says, “What did you cook for me? Oh right, he needs to eat, too.) Butternut squash risotto, anyone? Cost $55
Eventbrite - Puree Buffet

Garden Party
April 22, 7-9 p.m.
Stage 2: Introduction to Textures

Break out your baby’s fanciest hat! This spring-centered menu is full of ingredients that are in season now. The menu features: pasta primavera, red lentils with sage, chicken-veggie risotto, and mango-banana smoothies. So sophisticated, that baby of yours! Cost: $65
Eventbrite - Garden Party

A TASTE OF SPRING (egg free class avaialble; contact us for details)
May 6, 7-9 p.m.
STAGE 3: Textures and Finger Foods

Winter squash in the spring? Not in this class! Your future green market shopper will love this farm fresh feast made with foods that have practically just been picked! On the menu: sweet pea pesto pasta (nut free), herbed turkey burgers, blueberry-banana muffins, and strawberry smoothies. Cost: $65
Eventbrite - A Taste of Spring

CLASSICS FOR CUTIES (egg free class available; contact us for details)
May 20, 7-9 p.m.
Stage 4: Toddler Meals
Consider this class the first step at becoming a better cook than your tot’s future wife. We’ll prepare classic dishes he’ll ask you to cook over and over again, such as: mini meatloaves, veggie mac and cheese bites, 3-bean chili, and homemade oat and raisin bars. As you watch him savor every bite, you’ll know what he’s thinking: “No one cooks better than mom.” Cost: $65
Eventbrite - Classics for Cuties

 


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