Posted 1 month ago by Nicole Clarke
Love to create? Love to cook?
Here's a competition for kids not to be missed, thanks to our partner Healthway delivering the 'Go for 2&5' healthy eating messages and Foodbank WA's Superhero Foods for all! Primary School aged children can be in the running to win book packs of great Australian books from The Literature Centre.
Deadline NOW EXTENDED! Competition closes 5pm, Sunday 2 August, 2020 to incorporate the school holidays for creating in the kitchen plus extra time to enter.
A judging panel of 3 will be looking for the most creative and appealing recipes. What healthy ingredients can you add to sweet or savoury recipes.
The panel includes a representative from Healthway, Foodbank WA and The Literature Centre. See the entry form below for competition details, and note that parent/guardian consent is required.
Prizes will be awarded for the most creative recipes:
1st Prize $200 Australian book pack
2nd Prize $100 Australian book pack
3rd Prize $50 Australian book pack
Kids! Here's what you need to do....
STEP 1: Create and cook your favourite healthy meal or snack. (Hint! Choose foods from the 5 food groups listed on Foodbank's website or see the Recipes for Kids section for ideas)
STEP 2: Be creative and give it a great name! List the ingredients.
STEP 3: Take a photo of your recipe (once completed or dished up) and make sure you are in the photo too.
STEP 4: Download and complete the Kids' Cooking Challenge entry form to submit with your photo. Entry form is below!
STEP 5: Submit your entry form (and photo) by emailing directly to Foodbank WA: email@example.com
ENTRY FORM for TLC Foodbank WA Kids' Cooking Challenge... HERE
Remember, Foodbank WA has an amazing website with on-line resources, helpful advice and information for children on superhero foods, healthy eating and recipes for all tastebuds!
Check out www.superherofoodshq.org.au
Weekends (and the school holidays!) are the perfect time to cook and create with friends and family. We'd love to see your favourite recipes, perhaps a family favourite passed down through generations or even a brand new recipe that you've created.