Cooking Classes for Kids at Whole Foods. Review.

I am so glad we have Whole Foods Market very close to us, it lets us enjoy not just the variety of healthy foods but also different monthly store events.

Some of them are kids’ cooking classes, which are organized by the sotre every Tuesday afternoon. Our daughter loves everything about these classes, because it’s always fun and exciting for her to cook something by herself.

The cooking class teacher Kim is amazing. She is an easy going person and finds the ways to make every class full of useful information not just for the kids but also for their parents.

They try to teach the kids to eat more veggies, fruits, healthy foods and fix their own healthy dishes.

Sometimes they cook something that Sophia is not familiar with ( macaroni and cheese), in this case it’s better for me to skip those days.

But anyway, anyone will find these classes interesting and fun, and they are doing really good job, charging parents only 5$ per class.

Because of this crazy winter weather, we missed some of the classes, and our last one was Pizza Making. Sophia did it already once, when she was 2, so this time it was more professional and she enjoyed every single piece of her freshly baked pizza.

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They used multigrain dough this time, which was healthy and delicious.

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For the toppings they used different types of veggies, sauce, cheese etc.

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Ready to put in the oven:

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While we were waiting for the pizzas to bake, we had a little tour through the store and kids got some samples of food in different departments:

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Pizza is ready!!!!

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Vitacost Order.

I always try to make my Vitacost order once in 2 months, so I get enough stuff to last us for a while.

I mentioned already in the previous post, that their prices are unbeatable, but sometimes you should check it out, because you can find the same product for less money in the grocery store.( It happened to me maybe once), but I still saved the money because of using the coupons, and promo codes.

This time the order was big, because I needed different kinds of gluten-free flours, soap for Sophia, salt, coconut milk etc.

This is what I get:

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How to save even more on Vitacost?

1. I used the promo code for 10% off for my order.

2. Because I ordered Bob’s Mill brand products they had extra 20% off this brand.

3. I also saved 10% off for some items using the options Set&Save. You just set the delivery for particular items you want to get regularly, and this let you save extra 10%

4. Because I was ordering some coconut products they had a promotion and gave me 3 jars of coconut oil for free.

Generally I saved around 60$ of my order.

Here are some things that I usually order from Vitacost:

1. Earth’s Best Tots Flushable Wipes. Chlorine Free.

These are the best wet wipes for potty training and they are chemicals free. They are more expensive in the regular store. I ended up paying 2.96$ for a package.

2. Mary’s Gone Crackers. Original Seed Crackers.

These are my favorite REAL gluten-free crackers. They taste super delicious. GMO free, organic, nut free, dairy free, gluten free. The best price on Vitacost. They cost 5.60$ at Whole Foods. I ended up paying 4.31$

3. Selina Naturally Celtic Sea Salt Fine Ground.

I only buy Celtic Sea salt. Celtic salt is good for you and when you use it, you don’t need a lot of it, just a little.

The price at Whole Foods is 13$. I ended up paying 8.90$

4. Vitacost Organic Certified Tahitian Noni Juice.

I take it every morning, and the benefits of it are priceless:

1. Fight the cancer.

2. Promotes Cellular Health.

3. Combat Fatigue.

Noni Juice is usually expensive, and the best price I found on Vitacost-8.99$

5. Avalon Organics Tear-Free Baby Shampoo and Body Wash.

This is the only soap that I use for my daughter. Her skin is very sensitive and it gets worse in winter. This soap has no chemicals, no smell, and works great for us. Vitacost Price 5.45$, Whole Foods Price 8.50$

This is a little example how to save money on healthy organic products.

So if you want to try their service you can use the link:

https://www.vitacostrewards.com/dYhTYqV

to get 10$ off your first purchase.