Cooking with Santa

cooking-with-santa-1Imagine this… Santa shows up at your home and is hungry for his favorite cookies. He has all the ingredients, utensils and cookware, he just needs a place to cook them – and maybe just a little help.

You gather around and take some pictures with your unexpected visitor, then Santa changes into his apron, selects a “helper” or two and supplies them with aprons then gets to making cookies. we can make Chocolate Chip, Snowballs, Sugar Cookies, Gingerbread People, Oatmeal Raisin, Peanut Butter – whatever.

Children help measure, mix and put cookies on the sheet. While the cookies are baking, there are stories to read, pictures to color, songs to sing, etc..

Once the cookies come out of the oven and cool, they can be decorated, or just eaten right away. Santa and his helpers clean up.

Parents can take pictures and video throughout the process.

After his tummy is feeling better, Santa bids your family farewell.

Or Santa can make his favorite “Sleepy Time Milk” and read a bedtime story to the children before tucking them in for the night.

Or, how about Santa and the kids make a Gingerbread House or tree?!? I can bring a no-bake kit that the children and I can decorate. (Making the Gingerbread would just take too long I think – but I’m willing to discuss it.)

Helpers get to keep their aprons. Sleepy time milk comes with complementary cup and saucer.

Ingredient list approved ahead of time to facilitate dietary considerations.

Can use your cookware, or Santa will bring his own, disposable set.

This experience is designed for up to two children, but more can be accommodated if Santa gets some parental assistance in the kitchen. (Additional apron(s) will be supplied)
Must be booked as early as possible due to the amount of coordination required.