​Kids Cooking Camps


​ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen offers cooking camps for kids and teens. Our camps are a series of hands-on cooking classes that are engaging from start to finish.

Our Chef Instructors will teach the basics of food preparation, kitchen safety and cooking techniques to create tasty dishes from scratch.

Participants will enjoy the dishes they make for lunch and will be able to take extras and recipes home to share with their families at the end of each class. The camp is sure to reveal your child’s inner chef.
Location: All classes are held at the ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen Learning Centre in Calgary, 909 -11 Avenue S.W.


FOR AGES 9 to 11
Hands On: Spring Break Day Camp (5 days)
Spend the week with us expanding your cooking expertise! Each day will have a different theme, providing your child with a culinary adventure without having to leave the city. Topics will include hands-on baking, bread making, fresh pasta and homemade soups.
Monday to Friday, March 23 to 27
9 a.m.  – 4 p.m. $300
Check back in January 2015 for our spring and summer camp listings.


Hands-On: Single Day Camp (for ages 9 to 11)  -  Halloween Fun Foods
Halloween themed snacks and treats for the kids, including pumpkin whoopie pies, caramel apple monsters, carrot fingers and dip, white chocolate strawberry ghosts and mummy dogs. Friday, October 31. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. $60
Hands-On: Single Day Camp (for ages 9 to 11)
Christmas themed baking, including cookie decorating and building mini gingerbread houses. Friday, November 21. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. $60
Hands On: Day Camp (for ages 9 to 11)  - Breakfast and Brunch
Our chef instructors provide hands-on guidance as your child learns to make muffins, English muffins, crepes and frittatas.
Friday, January 30.  9 a.m – 4 p.m. $60
Hands-On Day Camp (for ages 9 to 11) - Baking
With help and guidance from our chef instructors, campers will learn how to make bread, scones, cupcakes and cookies from scratch.
Friday, March 20. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. $60

 In their words ...


What parents have to say about our Kids Cooking Camps.


Expecting our daughter to make muffins and pizzas, etc., we were pleasantly surprised when she came home with more “adult fare.” Not one for eating spinach nor chickpeas, she said her favourite dish was the Moroccan chickpea soup. Today we are going to make the tortillas. Fantastic course for 9-year-olds (or anyone!). She definitely wants to attend again next year. Cheers to you for helping a 9-year-old not only learn to cook, but enjoy the taste of healthy food.























Last updated on January 30, 2015