Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

Being a Junior Chef at Brotzeit

Remember my last post on Brotzeit Junior Chef at Work? The one that runs every Saturday of May?

Yes?

Well, guess what? We got to try it out, thanks to Mommy Bloggers Philippines

We got there a bit late but good thing they haven’t started much yet. DA was quick to don his apron (and his smile!) and got ready to be a chef.

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

This was their recipe for the day. Cheese pretzels! Sounds yum!

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

I love his curious look on this one!

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

After pouring in the ingredients, the kids were asked to use their hands to mix it all up. It looked so fun judging by the big smiles on these two! πŸ™‚

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

Getting their hands dirty – just what every child needs! πŸ™‚ 

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

Everyone’s busy with their dough. The restaurant was big enough to accommodate these junior chefs and and diners alike. 

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

DA was having so much fun folding and pressing his dough. It’s actually like playing Play-Doh! 

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

When the dough was finally ready, they cut it, rolled it, and formed pretzels with it. This was a good memory exercise because he had to do it on his own after watching the chef do it a couple of times. 

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

Here’s DA’s work before it left for the oven.

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

While waiting for the pretzels to be cooked, a representative from Cusina, one of the event sponsors, introduced us to their product, natural dishwashing liquid. I will post about it soon once I get to try it. They do smell super nice though! πŸ™‚

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

Here’s one of us with our Cusina dishwashing liquid. 

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

The kids also got gifts from Toy Kingdom, another event sponsor! Yey! 

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

Of course, they couldn’t wait to get home before opening it up! So what’s inside?

One is a cooking set, complete with pan, egg, hotdogs, salt, and spatula, which the boys really loved. They’ve never gotten anything like it before so they truly enjoyed playing with it! It was also so apt for their activity that day! I, on the other hand, loved the bag charm, bag tag, and magnet. Haha!

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

As the pretzels were not ready yet, the kids were also given their own coolers to mix. It was a mix of mango and orange, I think. So refreshing!

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

When their pretzels finally came out of the oven, we all dug into it. But not without taking a photo with their certificates first!  

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

Look at these! They’re actually yummy! This batch is without cheese though as DA said he didn’t like to have them in the pretzel. Grrr! I wonder how the one with cheese tastes like. 

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

Thanks to the chef’s tutelage, this boy actually made pretzels!  I haven’t tried making bread ever so I found it pretty amazing! πŸ™‚

Becoming a Kiddie Chef at Brotzeit

This was such a fun activity for DA! He was all smiles the whole time so I can tell that he really enjoyed it. 

This is perfect for your little one too! Bring your little boys and little girls for this fun summer activity! Check out the poster for details. You may also contact Malou Gonzalez at malou@brotzeitphil.com for schedules and registration.

Brotzeit Junior Chef at Work

26 thoughts on “Being a Junior Chef at Brotzeit

  1. Looks so much fun! I hope they’d still have such workshops when my little one is finally of age! She’s just 16 months and I want her to try all these workshops already! Hahaha! I’m not in a hurry though, I just hope we’ll still have these workshops in the future hehe! The pretzels look yum btw! I wonder too how it would look like with cheese! Was it just a dip or there would be cheese inside? πŸ™‚
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    1. Yup! But when the grandma saw the pan and spatula, she reacted the typical traditional way exclaiming about only girls play with those. Oh well.

  2. I just love looking at your boy. He smiles a lot and his happiness is so natural and really coming from within- parang laging kinikilig. Looking at him while doing his dough during the workshop, i could attest that he really had a fun afternoon.

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