Have fun with the family and learn to cook healthy food on a budget

Cooking Good! is a new community cooking project based in rural Daventry and South Northants. It won’t cost you a penny to improve your cooking skills, help your family to eat more healthily and have some fun in the process!

  • Cooking Good! is a cost-free, personalised cooking experience in your own home and/or at group demonstrations.
  • It’s about having fun, cooking healthy food on a budget and helping your family eat better.
  • For families with children aged up to 11 years old.
  • Volunteers will help with advice on how to manage fussy eaters!
  • For all families across rural areas of Daventry and South Northants
  • Special diets can be catered for

We need families willing to take part and volunteers to help with the cooking and demonstrations. Please get in touch.


Home Sessions

  • For families with children  under 5 years
  • Those who meet certain eligibility criteria
  • Equipment and vouchers for ingredients will be supplied
  • One Session per week for 25 weeks

Group Sessions

  • For families with children up to 11 years
  • In various venues, such as Stay & Play groups and schools
  • If you have a group who meet regularly that would benefit from experiencing healthy cooking on a budget sessions, please do get in touch.
  • Pork and Apple Burgers

    Pork and Apple Burgers - This is a great family dinner and a lighter option than a beef burger.

  • Easy banana pancakes

    Easy banana pancakes - These light and fluffy American style pancakes are perfect for using up over-ripe bananas from the fruit bo

  • Home-made Granola

    Home-made Granola - Try making your own cereal for a healthy change from the sugary shop bought varieties.

  • Porridge Power

    Perfect Porridge Power - Porridge is not just for cold mornings!

If you live in South Northants and rural areas around Daventry, please contact us to learn more.

Phone: (Lorraine)  07969 134887
Email: lorraine@health-works.co.uk

Family fun and free food!

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Project funded by Public Health England