Have Fun and Play Food and Cooking Games for Kids for FREE

When was the last time you play video games? Are you also playing those online games with your son or daughter’s tablet or mobile phones? I discovered this website called www.culinaryschools.org where you can play some food and cooking games for kids for free! Amazing right?

Unlike other mobile applications that you need to subscribe to and pay for; this website doesn’t need anything. No hassle right?

Did you know that they offer a collection of over 150 online games to help familiarize children with food, the culinary arts, the restaurant business, farming, cooking, and hospitality-related careers? It’s a good concept, right? For me, this is a good concept because aside from playing you will also learn some strategies about the restaurant business, steps on cooking, and how to earn.

I tried to play some of their games and it’s really nice. I share some of the games here.

Since I love cats; I choose the Puzzle Farm with animated characters.

Sweety Cooking Chocolate Cake is a simple game that familiarizes children with the kitchen and following a recipe. It is more of a playable instructional video versus a game and is best suited for young children in first grade or below.

You might be pastry after you play this game! (just kidding) With the proper procedure of making cake, for sure you want to try it.

Since I love burgers and fries; I choose this Burget Time free game.

Burger Time has the player make one burger at a time with the ingredients needing to be placed in the same order as pictured. If an error is made one can touch the trash can to discard the order and one clicks the checkmark to serve a completed order to a customer. Customers who are served quickly give a tip. Customers express dissatisfaction and then leave if an order is incorrect or takes too long.

None of these games contain any advertisements or extraneous branding. All games are published using mobile and desktop-friendly HTML5 web design. Links to each game open in a new tab focused exclusively on the associated game instead of having the games framed inside other web pages.

To check some of their amazing games; please visit their website https://www.culinaryschools.org/.


A barefoot marathoner who loves to cook, loves to travel and chocolate maker. Web content writer and blogger as her hobby. Customer Service Representative by profession and licensed insurance advisor.

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