Foodini Club News
Freshly baked Foodini Club news including workshops, guest recipe stars, seasonal food and more!
Workshops & Market days
Apple Day 2018!
Join us for much apple day fun at Stanmer Park on the 23rd September where we'll have a Foodini Club stall with lots to see and do!
We will be offering some tasty apple activites for kids, apple recipe kits plus brand new apple products like our popular badges and magnets...
From 11 - 5pm
Florence Rd Market
We will be back for the Christmas market 2018!
Foodini Club can often be found at the lovely community farmer’s market off Florence Road, near Fiveways. You can try the Foodini Club experience through single kits priced from £5, perfect if you’d prefer not to commit to a subscription or want to try before you subscribe! We also offer seasonal special or gift kits, such as our Campfire kits or Christmas gift kits.
Check out Instagram and Facebook pages to find out when we’re next at the market…
Foodini Club are now proud contributors to the fab Aquila magazine, kicking off with the Summer 2018 bumper 25th anniversary edition, Humankind!
Our first spread is all about gut health and includes a special recipe for Gut Boosting Quesadillas, YUM...
Look out for more content soon and meanwhile if you aren't already a subscriber to this brilliant magazine for brilliant young minds, go check them out!
Quids In magazine is a quarterly guide to money saving ideas, designed for anyone on a low income. The idea is to provide info that people want to read, so they print a glossy read that mixes celeb interviews with easy-to-follow news and advice about money matters.
Foodini Club are chuffed to be contributing cost-saving ways to eat tasty food on a budget (plus giveaways!), and for the Summer edition 2018 also helped to create a shopping guide for 'Doomsday' meal planning included in the magazine and as an extended edition distributed digitally. Could you go a month without shopping for food?
At the start of 2018 we were featured on ITV news in a special report about calorie counting and kids healthy eating.
At Foodini Club we advocate that calorie counting does little to support healthy eating, as different children need different calories depending on many factors like metalobism, physical and mental activity. Calories are a limited way to value health, as they don't reflect the quality of the food being eaten at all. Instead we need to promote balanced eating with less reliance on high-calorie /low nurtition grains and sugars and eat more plants!
Foodini Club held an event in October 2017 in Brighton called Pumpkin Rescue which was all about learning how to carve, cook and eat pumpkin instead of throwing it away. We spent 3 hours with around 30 local children and their parents having fun and making a lot of mess with pumpkin, while cooking 2 tasty recipes - Monster Cookies and Pumplings. By the end the children had eaten plenty of pumpkin, some for the first time!
We were filmed and featured on BBC South East, plus CBBC's Newsround made a video all about the event and featured the recipe for Monster Cookies which was screened on TV around Halloween and on the BBC website. Watch the video here
Watch the video here
We need video cooks!
Would your child like to be featured in a video cooking a Foodini Club recipe? We’re looking for Brighton & Hove children aged 5-11 to cook a recipe to camera - see our videos for reference! Contact us for more details.Email us!
Guest Recipe Stars
Meet the guest cooks who’s recipes occasionally feature in Foodini Club kits