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Cooking With Kids - Survey Results

Cooking with Kids At Great British Chefs we believe that cooking is an essentigl skill all children should learn. As part of our Cooking With Kids campaign we wanted to find out whether kids ground the Uk gre getting into the kitchen, and what they're cooking. We asked over 1,300 members of the public questions about cooking with their kids with some fascinating results. r Cooking with your kids o How often do your children cook or help with cooking at home? Daily 17%. Weekly 9%. Only during holidays 50%. 19% Never At least once a month Has cooking made your children more likely to try different food types? 84/ Parents say cooking makes their kids more likely to try new Food types Which is most true about your children? 75% 187. only help kitchen when 'asked 4%. love w eat buk won't cook in the Parents say their kids love being in the kitchen and 3% ask to cook gre not interested in food What encourages & motivates your children to cook at home? passing time on a rainy day / during school hols 49%. wanting to cook their fave food 61%. wanting to help me try a new recipe 39 /. watching me cook 46%. wanting to make food as a gift for family/friends 35 %. watching cookery tv shows 24 %. working on a school project 18 7. having to as parents work late 8%. don't cook at home 4%. Which of the dishes below have your children helped you to cook? 90% cakes & desserts 67% pasta 49% sunday rogst 47%. one pot dishes 39/ salads 43%. bread 26/ pies 36% soups When did you start cooking? Under 4 18 % 5-7 26% 8-11 25 %. 12-16 19% 17+ 12 %. Who had the greatest influence on you learning to cook? Mum 60% TTTTT TTTTU TTTTTTTTT TTTTT TTTT TTTTT TT Grandparent 15/. V99999 Dad 7% V999Ý Tegcher 5% vnh d Other family member 5%. Which meal do you most often cook with your children? WEEKDAY WEEKEND HOLIDAYS 69%. 41%. 45%. DINNER 12. 20%. 23%. AFTERNOON TEA 25%. 24%. LUNCH 12. 147. 8%. BREAKFAST Cooking at school Do your children regularly cook Has cooking at school encouraged your at School? children to want to cook more at home? 35%. 65%. 84%. 167 no yes no yes Do you support the recommendation that from next year all children between the ages of seven and 14 will be taught cookery as part of the new ngtional curriculum? 97% yes o no 3%. Everyday contact with food Have you grown any food with your children? Yes 80 %. No 20%. 61% 59%. 39%. Do your children watch any of the following cookery programmes? junior masterchef big cook little cook masterchef hairy junior great british bake off 37 bikers lorraine pascal's baking made 31 32 Sunday 26 nigel 23 Slater egsy brunch 10 10 12 rachel khoo 16 28 27 25 nigella lawson 31 great british i can cook 40 Saturday jamie's kitchen 15 minute great british bake off meny megis Which of the following has yoUr child visited? 60% of children have been to a working farm 30% have been to an allotment 22% of children have been to a city farm 21% haven't visited any of these places 15% have visited a commercial kitchen 10% of children have visited a food factory OBackground information on respondents? Where do you live in the yK? 5%. 4%. 14%. 7% 4% northern yorkShire & ireland SCotland north north wales egst west humberside 7% 8%- 22 %. 4%. 19 %. 87. west egst South west egst South egst uopuol midlands midlands Gender 77%. 23% All statistics taken from a survey by Great British Chefs. Over 1300 parents were asked questions about cooking with their children. n association witl realfood Cooking with kids GREAT BRITISH CHEFS For more infographics please visit: EGETABLES HERBS 4.

Cooking With Kids - Survey Results

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At Great British Chefs we believe cooking is an essential skill all children should learn. As part of our Cooking with Kids campaign we wanted to find out whether kids around the UK are getting into t...


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