Let's get cooking!

Adult and kids NDIS-registered cooking classes. Private bookings for parties, hens nights and other events also available.

About Us

Whipped Up hands-on cooking classes are interactive, playful and designed to get you excited about cooking and perhaps expanding your palate a little!

We are proudly disability owned and operated and are registered with both the NDIS and MyAgedCare.

While our focus remains on the NDIS and MyAgedCare, we still offer private bookings for both adults and children on demand.

Our team currently service all of eastern and southern metro Melbourne, as well as Geelong areas.

Cooking Classes

We offer cooking classes and meal preparation assistance for anyone and everyone within the Melbourne area & Geelong.

Adults Cooking Parties

We host small group cooking parties that are perfect for corporate events or just an intimate groups of friends.

Childrens Cooking Parties

Let us spend the day with your children, cooking and creating in the kitchen while you take a well deserved break.

MyAgedCare Cooking Classes

More details about this service are coming soon.

NDIS Cooking Classes

To help build your confidence in the kitchen, we offer one-on-one cooking classes for individuals receiving NDIS.


“Whipped Up have a team of great cooks able to accomodate my low carb diet requirements with variety, textures and flavours. They are also great NDIS support, providing good company, friendly conversation and real connection. I highly recommend Whipped Up.”

– James H.

“I’ve been cooking with Whipped Up twice a week for over two years and I love the meals we cook together! We have great fun and they have been such a great help to me and my family, supporting me in the kitchen and beyond.”

– Sandra N.

“I loved being able to learn in my own space and at a pace that worked for me. My housemate and I have walked away with amazing recipes, food knowledge and confidence in the kitchen.”

– Amelia R.

How does a cooking class with Whipped Up work?

When you book a class with Whipped Up, we ask you a few questions about what equipment you have in your kitchen, what kind of skills you’re hoping to acquire, your favourite foods and also any allergies or food intolerances you might have.

Based on this, we design a few recipes, hit the shops for ingredients and then spend two hours with you whipping up some delicious, no fuss food using equipment you already own!

Why do you host classes in our home, instead of at a school?

There’s a few reasons for this. Firstly, it helps keep costs down: cooking classes at cooking schools are expensive because of rent, equipment and other basic business overheads, like electricity and gas.

Secondly, we believe that people who learn to cook a recipe in an environment they’re familiar with, using equipment that belongs to them, helps them better retain the skills and information they learn.

Finally, we are able to customise our recipes to you. After all, what’s the point in learning how to cook food you don’t love, using equipment you might not have at home?

How many people can come to a class?

Our prices include two people and we charge an extra $50 for any extra people. While you ultimately choose how many friends you’d like to invite to join us, we recommend capping it at four people. This is so that everyone feels involved and gets the most out of it.

What’s included in each class?

We provide all ingredients (minus salt, pepper and oil – we assume most houses have these items), copies of the recipes we create together and, depending on what equipment you have in your home, we may bring a few extra basic tools to help the process along (we almost always bring our favourite silicone spatulas and our chefs knives).

Should you wish to purchase any of these tools, we can make suggestions on where to buy them.

Can I give a class as a gift?

Absolutely! We encourage gift giving. Contact us about our gift vouchers.

Recipes & More

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Chorizo & Bean Quesadillas

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Let's get cooking!

We’d love to hear from you! Whether you have a question about classes, individual supports, in-home care, or upcoming events our team are ready and happy to answer all your questions.