Cook Game: Discover the Best Cooking Games for All Ages and Tastes
We've got the games just like Mom used to make! Our Cooking Games will entertain you and teach you everything you need to know about the kitchen. There's no need for reservations because we've got a table waiting for you at our Restaurant Games! The best kind of pie is handmade and you'll find out exactly what you need for dough, sauce, and topping combinations in our Pizza Games, or make a five-course, five-star dinner for the whole family with our Meal Games!
With new recipes forming in kitchens all over the world, of course you can rely on us to deliver the latest recipes to you the way you want them with New Cooking Games collection coming out every week! We offer mouth-watering free cooking games in every category and flavor you could ever imagine! With all of the savory cooking games that we have, it's simple to adapt your own style and flair to each dish, and show off your new cooking skills. You choose what makes our most Popular Cooking Games list, so be sure to pick the most succulent games that all our fans can sample and enjoy.
Experience the joy of cooking without the mess and fuss in our collection of free and easy-to-learn cooking games. Whether you're a seasoned cook or a beginner, we have something for everyone. Step into a fantastical kitchen where you can whip up colorful treats, or challenge yourself with realistic dinner dishes by following recipes. Our diverse selection of cooking games covers a range of genres, from action-packed challenges to mind-bending puzzles and trivia.
Our cooking games are designed with easy-to-use controls, making it a breeze to prepare dishes and desserts with just a click of the mouse. Roll out dough with a rolling pin, spread icing with a knife, measure ingredients with a measuring cup, and more, all by simply moving and clicking the mouse. Gather ingredients from your virtual pantry or supplies shelf, chop garlic and other flavorings with ease, and become a master chef in no time. With our cooking games, cooking has never been this fun and mess-free!
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All of our cooking games are easy to learn and free to play. If you want to have fun in a colorful, fantasy kitchen and bake colorful goods, try one of our challenges. In you like to follow recipes and make realistic-looking, dinner dishes, we have several cooking challenges for you. Our selection covers a wide variety of genres, from action to puzzle to trivia! Work in a candy factory, bake pizzas in a pizza shop, or just have fun decorating ice cream. In several of our baking challenges, you can even take control of a virtual restaurant and act as head chef!
Baking a delicious apple pie or roasting the perfect chicken is as simple as clicking the mouse. All of our cooking games feature simple controls, which are perfect for anyone who loves preparing food. You can control a rolling pin, spreading knife, measuring cup, and more, just by moving and clicking the mouse. Grab ingredients in our cooking levels by clicking on them and taking them out of your virtual pantry or supplies shelf. Slice and dice flavoring ingredients such as garlic with a few clicks of the mouse, and you'll be on your way to becoming a pro chef in no time at all!
David "Zeb" Cook is an American game designer, best known for his work at TSR, Inc., where he was employed for over fifteen years. Cook designed several games, wrote the Expert Set for Dungeons & Dragons, worked as lead designer of the second edition of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, and invented the Planescape setting for AD&D. He is a member of the Origins Hall of Fame.
Cook was born in East Lansing, Michigan, and grew up on a farm in Iowa. His father was a farmer and college professor. In junior high school, Cook played wargames such as Avalon Hill's Blitzkrieg and Afrika Korps: "I was primarily a wargamer, but there wasn't any role-playing available then." In college, he was introduced to the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game through the University of Iowa gaming club.
He created the Partyzone mystery game line and The Spy Ring scenario. The first Partyzone game was named one of the Top 100 Games of 1985 by Games Magazine. Other notable works for TSR include the role-playing games Conan the Barbarian, Crimefighters, The Adventures of Indiana Jones, Star Frontiers, Sirocco, and Escape from New York. Cook also wrote several influential early adventure modules for D&D and AD&D, such as A1: Slave Pits of the Undercity, I1: Dwellers of the Forbidden City, X1: The Isle of Dread, X4: Master of the Desert Nomads, and X5: Temple of Death (the 'Desert Nomads' series). Other module work included CM4: Earthshaker!, AC5: Dragon Tiles II, AC2: D&D Game Combat Shield, B6: The Veiled Society, CB1: Conan Unchained!, and M1: Blizzard Pass for D&D and AD&D, and Top Secret module TS005: Orient Express and Boot Hill module BH2: Lost Conquistador Mine.
In 2013, Cook worked as Content Designer at ZeniMax Online Studios on The Elder Scrolls Online. With the release of the Elsweyr expansion for the game in June 2019, Cook was credited as a Senior Product Owner for Bethesda.Net.
None of these games contain any advertisements or extraneous branding. All games are published using mobile and desktop friendly HTML5 web design. Links to each game open in a new tab focused exclusively on the associated game instead of having the games framed inside other web pages. Here are the gaming collections we offer to help students have fun while learning in an interactive environment:
These games help students differentiate healthy foods versus unhealthy foods. We also provide free food clip-art you can use in the classroom. Teachers emphasizing the importance of exercise, limiting excess body fat, and maintaining a healthy body weight can leverage our free online calculators.
Can I Eat It? is a game for preschoolers and kindergarten students where they quickly click yes or no on if they think an item is edible. Game includes fruits, vegetables, cookies, sausages, socks, sticks, glass, batteries, bugs and more.
The Amazing World of Gumball Water Sons is a 30-stage puzzle game where Gumball and Darwin work together to help hydrate friends. Hit switches with rocks to clear pathways to enable your water balloons to make their way to thirsty friends. This game can be used to encourage children to stay hydrated and teach the importance of drinking water.
Fast Food Combat players race to eat delicious fruits while avoiding eating foods that will make them sick or slow them down. The bad foods which make players sick are shown in gray and frozen tomatoes slow a player down for 5 seconds. This game is quite simple and is best for students in second or third game.
Find Pair is similar to a memory card matching game, except all items are shown face up. Some items are physically on top of each other, but clicking on any item brings it to the front. This game can help children develop pattern recognition skills and help them identify similar items where the view is partially obstructed or the item is spun around at a different angle.
Fitness Food Run is a horizontal scrolling platform game which encourages players to eat healthy foods like apples and cucumbers while avoiding unhealthy foods like french fries. The player gets healthier when eating healthy food and gains weight and becomes sluggish when eating french fries. Players can double jump by clicking the mouse twice. This game requires a bit of dexterity to play. It is not super polished from a smoothness standpoint, so the game likely best fits second to third graders.
Food Count is a simple math game where students learn to count and add by counting food items. A collection of various food items is shown on the screen and the student must select from a multiple-choice answer how many of a specific item are shown on the notepad displaying various foods.
Guess the Food is a simple spelling game where kids are given letter tiles to place in the correct order from left to right to spell the food pictured above. The default game is quite short as it only has 4 levels and a player can skip a level if they are unsure of the answer.
Tasty Kingdom is an educational platform game for young children which promotes health foods while warning against eating unhealthy junk food. Older children might find the in-game food tips annoying, but younger children will likely be more receptive. This game is best for children in third grade or below. Middle school or high school kids would likely complain about the in-game informational tips about healthy eating.
Feed The Baby is a simple food classification game for young children where they must choose if a food is primarily cateogrized as meat, vegetables, or dessert. Play fast to earn a high score to unlock 3 additional babies.
The Boiled Eggs has players boil eggs in multiple different pots at the same time by tracking the temperature of different pots and adjusting it as needed. This game is quite simple, but shows how a person working in a kitchen may need to keep track of many things at once during hectic periods. The escalating level of difficulty from one burner to six burners would make this game appealing to all ages.
Sweety Cooking Chocolate Cake is a simple game which familiarizes children with the kitchen and following a recipe. It is more of a playable instructional video versus a game & is best suited for young children in first grade or below.
Bunnicula's Kaotic Kitchen is a simple recipe making game where children help Bunnicula cook up unique dishes. Open the fridge to find new recipes to follow and see which recipes you have already cooked.
Hidden Food is a simple pattern-based hidden object search video game where players must find a set quantity of different types of items in the patterned layout. Find all the required items before the timer runs out & play through 20 fun levels. If you do not find an item for an extended period of time the item will shake to catch your eye and help you locate it.