Get Your Cook On With These Online Cooking Classes

Words: Devon Bowers

Online cooking classes are an amazing way to improve your skills in the kitchen, whether you’re new to cooking entirely or wanting to hone in on a particular skill. Being in lockdown again also means we have to try and make our lives just a little bit more interesting! Learning new skills also really helps with the winter blues. Try out one (or more!) of these online cooking courses and learn how to make something delicious for yourself and those you love.


LionHeart Pâtisserie Studio

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LionHeart have a wide variety of wonderful online classes, from painting with buttercream to how to do regal piping! If you’re looking to improve your cake baking and decorating skills, look no further. Be sure to check out the step-by-step recipe on making your own gold leaf and drip cake, you will definitely have some fun trying it out in your kitchen. | Facebook | Instagram

Cooking with Claire

claire roberto online cooking
claire roberto online cooking

Chef Claire Sharyn Roberto has put together an incredible online cooking experience for those looking to learn more about plant-based, gluten-free and refined sugar free cooking and baking. Her course will teach you basic chef skills and recipe and nutrition training to show you how to cook for your health. She covers gut-health, detoxification, hormone balancing and how to heal your body through Ayurveda practice. | Instagram

Capsicum Culinary Studio

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Capsium offers an online course to help you with your culinary technique building blocks. You will be able to learn from 20 courses from kitchen safety to knife skills. You will become the best and most talked about dinner host with this course when lockdown is over. | Facebook | Instagram

Yuppiechef Online Cooking School


Join professional chefs that will help you along the way with Yuppiechef Online Cooking School in a series of online videos that will keep you busy in the kitchen learning so many new skills at your own pace. Join soon to get an amazing discount on the whole course that you will have access to for life. If you aren’t sure if this is the best course for you, you can try a course for free when you sign up.


Dominique Ansel’s Masterclass

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Anyone that has had a cronut should be thanking pastry chef, Dominique Ansel for creating this delicious masterpiece. Based in New York with his own store, Dominique Ansel Bakery in Manhattan where he is creating cronuts and other mouth-watering confections. With the current situation, it would be difficult to travel, so you are in luck with his online masterclass! Ansel covers French pastry fundamentals so you will be able to learn professional baking tips and acquire kitchen advice from the pastry genius himself. | Facebook | Instagram

Yotam Ottolenghi’s Masterclass

cooking course ottolenghi
cooking course ottolenghi

Learn from the master of Middle Eastern cooking, Yotam Ottolenghi. Ottolenghi has become a household name and has transformed the way people look at the humble aubergine and other vegetables. In his online cooking course, learn how to transform vegetables into flavourful masterpieces and how to make meals to share and experience with loved ones. | Instagram


David Higgs

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South African Chef, David Higgs, will you bring some fun and informative recipe videos that will really get you in the mood to cook his delightful creations. He is best known for having great restaurants, such as Saint and Marble, which are based in Johannesburg. You’ll really get the best recipes with this local chef.


Matt Manning


With the recent level 4 lockdown, Matt Manning in collaboration with The Chef’s Studio, is offering an interactive 5-course virtual dining experience for you to enjoy at home while learning tips and tricks from him through video tutorials. 3 of the 5 courses are already prepared for you, but the starter and main will be prepared by you, with Matt’s help! | Instagram

Katelyn Williams


The Kate Tin is the place to get all things chocolate. Don’t drool too much when you watch her highlight recipe videos of her stunning creations. They might look challenging, but don’t worry they are quite simple when she helps you along. If you are feeling confident, check out her posts to see full recipes of other baked goods that are drool-worthy.



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