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Send out birthday party invites and then let someone else do all the work, sounds like a dream right? Planning a birthday party doesn’t have to be a lot of work, if you don’t want it to be. If this all sounds good to you then keep reading to learn more about planning a Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. Chef’s Birthday party.

This week myself and the kids got to experience a Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. Chef’s Birthday party. first hand. We drove out to the city and had an amazing evening.

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. Chef's Birthday party

After all the kids had arrived we were set up with one employee per table.The first activity was to create a pitcher of Shirley Temples. The ingredients were brought out and each child was given a chance to mix the ingredients together. Right then I knew my kids were going to love it! The employees were so engaged with each child. They  made sure that each child was given equal opportunity to create.

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. Chef's Birthday party

As drink making finished up, the pizza making began. We were guided to another table that was prepped with balls of dough. Each child was given their own dough, rolling pin and place to get making. Both of the employees were hands on around the table, speaking to each child by name.

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. Chef's Birthday party

Dough was rolled, sauce spread out and all the toppings a child could dream of was brought around for them. I even caught my son sneaking some chopped mangos to secretly gobble up before even adding to his pizza. The little smirk on his face was priceless.

It is so much fun watching each child in their element. This chef party wasn’t even near over and you could see the kids already beaming with delight.

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Pizza’s went in and came out in no time at all. As each kid finished eating up their pizza it was time to make ice-cream! Seriously, I thought it was good enough at the drinks and pizza and then dessert to top it off! A kid’s dream!

Want to know what else I love about these parties? It is out of the house and you don’t have to worry about the mess! For me one of the most stressful parts of hosting is the aftermath. Rocky Mountain Flatbread really does all the work for the parents, we just got to sit back, snap photos and watch the kids full on enjoy themselves.

For more information on Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. Chef’s Birthday party. and for booking information make sure to visit their website.

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Enter to win a Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. Chef’s Birthday party for your family.

One lucky winner will win a Kids Chef Party — Enter Below:

Prize: Rocky Mountain Flatbread Kids Birthday Party for 10 kids! Value ($200)

Every child loves to be a chef! Your personal party host will guide young chefs in creating their own juice cocktail, rolling out their flatbread dough & adding their favorite toppings & creating their own home made ice cream. Leave the mess to us and enjoy the celebrations!  Perfect for all young foodies.

What Is Included:

  • Get creative colouring your very own chef hat
  • Cocktail making  with fresh juice
  • Pizza making fun (roll out the dough & add your favourite   toppings)
  • Ice cream making from scratch with organic  cream, raw sugar &  vanilla
  • Platters of warm double chocolate brownies – plus a birthday candle!

*Must live in the Metro Vancouver, Canada area and be 18+ to enter. Enjoy!

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