Meet Lyndsay, owner and founder of Tiny Tasters LTD

"Hi, I'm Lyndsay (also known as Mrs Taster), mum to two beautiful girls with a passion for food, cooking and healthy living. My Tiny Tasters dream was born back in 2017 whilst on maternity leave, loving life and spending lots of time in the kitchen cooking for and alongside my small children. Seeking more of a positive and flexible work-life balance, I decided to combine my experience of teaching with my new-found love of cooking for teeny tums and share this with the world! (well, the North East at least!)

Meet Jenny, owner of Tiny Tasters Morpeth

"Hello, my name is Jenny and I'm a food enthusiast! I love cooking (and eating!) with my little girl Imogen. We are always on the look out for tasty new recipes, even better if we can link them to a story or song. I have been an Early Years teacher for over a decade and I'm keen to develop relationships with families outside of school. I've decided to join Tiny Tasters to share my passion for making food fun for little ones and take out the stress for busy grown ups. Tiny Tasters helped us through the 'picky eating' stage and out the other side with gusto! We are now a family of healthier eating foodies and Imogen loves helping me to make tea everyday instead of being plonked in front of the TV. I can't wait to meet future tiny tasters and their adults and get stuck in!"

Meet Rachel, owner of Tiny Tasters Durham North

"Hi, my name is Rachel and I just love getting creative, especially with food. I am a mother to a beautiful little boy, Thomas and one of our favourite things to do together is cooking in the kitchen. We always end up laughing, singing songs and licking the spoon! I am incredibly excited to be bringing Tiny Tasters to Chester Le Street, Consett and surrounding areas. I am currently a primary school teacher and the one of the many things I love about working with little ones is watching them grow and being excited about their learning and achievements. I'm looking forward to giving the young children and families of Durham a chance to experience the benefits of early cooking in a fun, friendly and community based environment. I can’t wait to meet you all and share lots of memorable experiences with you!"

Meet Emma, owner of Tiny Tasters Tyne Valley

"Hi my name is Emma and I’m mummy to Leah and George. I enjoy trying to create tasty, healthy dishes which appeal to little tums and my two love to help me in the kitchen - especially if it involves mixing ingredients together or having a little taste! As they’ve got older they’ve gone through fussier phases, and I’ve found getting them more involved with the cooking is a great way to overcome this. My eldest will often help me with the meal planning for the week, from looking
through recipe books, picking which veggies she wants from our local
greengrocers to even cooking it herself! I came along to Tiny Tasters when it first started in Ryton and loved it. I’ve watched it grow over the past few years always thinking what an amazing job Mrs Taster has - so I’m very excited to say I will now
be running my own classes in the Tyne Valley area! I’m really looking forward to meeting local families and having fun discovering new foods and experiences together."