EKKA recipe – Cheese and Corn Muffins


1 ½ cups self raising flour

1 tsp baking powder

1 cup finely grated zucchini

½ cup corn

½ cup finely grated carrot

1 cup grated cheese

1 cup milk

Salt and pepper




Measuring cups

Measuring spoons

Mixing spoon

Spray oil

Muffin tin



  1. Pre heat oven to 160°C, and prepare your muffin tin by spraying inside the cups with oil
  2. Grate the carrot and zucchini in separate bowls, for easy measuring
  3. Combine flour, baking powder and salt and pepper in a large bowl
  4. Add the milk and mix thoroughly to make a batter
  5. Add all the vegetables and mix to combine, then mix through the cheese
  6. Divide the mixture evenly between all cups.
  7. Bake 15-18 minutes until golden brown, and a skewer comes out clean


Adult assistance (if required)

Using oven

Grating vegetables


Allergy Awareness (if needed)

GF Use gluten free flour

DF Use vegan cheese and ‘milk’ of choice


Tasty Tip

An ice-cream scoop is a good tool for making evenly sized muffins

Snipped spring onions or chives are a delicious addition


Anna Kemp – Primary School Teacher

“Cook In A Box makes it achievable for teachers to run easy, mess free cooking classes for ANY age – even without a kitchen – and everything is provided! We just love it, absolutely fantastic!” Anna Kemp – Crookwell PS

Shark Tank Season 3 – follow up story on Get Kids Cooking

In 2016, Get Kids Cooking appeared on the hit TV show Shark Tank Australia, and as part of the season 3 follow ups from successful businesses, last night Get Kids Cooking were featured. You can watch the link again here.

Get Kids Cooking are proud of The Kitchen Kart – a portable teaching kitchen, and their Cook In A Box learning modules designed for teachers to run hands on, fun cooking classes at school. If you’re interested in finding out more about our school program, please give us a call on 1300 853357 or email info@getkidscooking.com.au

Smart Company – Interviews Glen Richards – Shark Tank June 2017

Shark Tank’s Glen Richards on why it’s “damn hard” to be humble in the world of business – 30th June 2017

Extract from article:

“With the third season of Network Ten’s popular Shark Tank series underway in its second week, Richards said he had been looking forward to the season’s airing, saying there were some “quirky businesses” coming through, and the season has “a lot more mojo” than the previous seasons.

Richards says his focus right now is on businesses in the health and food space but acknowledges that if he “sees an opportunity to make some money, I’ll go after it”.

“Part of my investment style is as well as liking the product, I have to really gel with the entrepreneurs behind it,” Richards says.

“That’s why I went forwards with Marc from Rhinohide, and he’s been a delight to work with. He’s open to mentoring and to take on board opinions, and he works hard and is across his numbers.”

Similar success stories have come from some of Richards other Shark Tank investments, including furniture company OneWorld and cooking education business Get Kids Cooking.

The investment has also got to engage Richards’ interest, saying he needs a passion for the business, and so do the entrepreneurs pitching it.”

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