WWF and Blue Ant Entertainment partner to promote smarter cooking
Updated: Jun 8
Beyond being able to whip up delicious food, a great chef is also able to cook smart, using food handling methods and recipes that not only taste good, but help to reduce food loss and waste to save our planet at the same time.
This year, WWF and Blue Ant Entertainment are partnering to promote smarter cooking and fighting food waste as MasterChef Australia Junior Season 3 is broadcast for the first time across Asia*.
Every Monday from now till 28 June, you can tune in and learn a thing or two about preparing incredible meals, from some of Australia's brightest cooking prospects. At the same time, across Blue Ant Entertainment and WWF's social media channels you can learn new and familiar tips on how to handle food, portion meals and make the most of your groceries. Young people are becoming more dedicated to ensuring no food goes to waste - whether it's helping show them the way or being inspired by their actions, make sure that you and everyone you know is part of the mission to Save 1/3.
All about fun from the very beginning, this junior pack of cooks will have to collect their own honey from a beehive, make their way through a snowy MasterChef kitchen, taste a whole lot of ice cream and see if they recognise some familiar, but very old, faces along the way. They’ll meet some of the best chefs and cooks in the land, with challenges set by Curtis Stone, Darren Purchese and Kirsten Tibballs, doughnut doyen Morgan Hipworth and none other than MasterChef Australia Back To Win winner, Emelia Jackson.
Along the way, they will be inspired, encouraged and guided by judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrilo...putting up with a few dad jokes along the way too!
Expect surprises, laughter, amazing food and a whole lot of fun as this adventure sees one exceptional cook crowned Australia’s Junior MasterChef 2020, taking home a huge $25,000 in prize money.
* Territories apply