The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s favorite home-cooked dishes – and how Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis love to cook too
That duke and Duchess of Cambridge They may have a personal chef to cater for their family’s meals, but the down-to-earth family also like to keep things simple at home by cooking for themselves.
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We’d love to take a look inside her kitchen at Kensington Palace – we envision beautiful bespoke units, an AGA oven and all manner of modern appliances. Mother-of-three Catherine has previously spoken of her passion for home cooking and enjoys including her children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, as well. Prince William has also opened up about his cooking skills in the past, although they are arguably nowhere near as advanced as Duchess Kate’s!
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We’ve got all the details on the five royal family’s favorite homemade dishes – from healthy breakfast drinks to Italian-style lunches, healthy dinners and sweet treats. Keep scrolling to discover the Cambridges’ favorite dishes to make at home…
The Cambridge family
Baking pizzas from scratch is a lot of fun and the Cambridge kids enjoy it too. During a trip to St Luke’s Community Center in London, Kate revealed how much her kids love creating their own pizzas.
The Duchess got stuck baking pizza during a royal visit
In conversation with a member, Yolanda from Bolivia, Kate said: “I did that with George and Charlotte – made pizza dough. They love it because they can get their hands messy.”
Turning to an interpreter, she continued, “I was just saying how much I really enjoy making pizza dough with George and Charlotte because they like to get their hands messy.”
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Father William spoke about his culinary skills back in 2017, explaining: “I like to cook, but I’m not very good.”
During his visit to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the king revealed his favorite dish is steak but he struggles to cook it at the right time.
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“I really worry about cooking it — I hate overcooking steaks,” he said. “I like it medium-rare, so pretty much alive.”
Prince William is also a real professional at the grill
bake a cake
When mum-of-three Kate appeared alongside the TV chef Maria Berry in A royal Christmas In December 2019, the Duchess revealed her passion for baking birthday cakes for her children.
Kate said: “I love baking the cake. It’s become a bit of a tradition that I stay up until midnight with ridiculous amounts of cake batter and icing and make way too much. But I love it.”
Kate and William joined Mary Berry on television
Everyone loves a tasty, comforting roast, right? Well, the Cambridges certainly do.
In 2012, royal correspondent Katie Nicholl narrated vanity fair the Duchess: “In the evenings, she indulges in her hobby of cooking William’s favorite food, fried chicken.”
Kate is known to be a big fan of smoothies for breakfast, as is her sister-in-law Megan Markle.
Kate is said to be a smoothie fan
According to that MailOnlineThe Duchess blends a combination of kale, spirulina (a type of seaweed), matcha (green tea leaves), spinach, romaine, cilantro (coriander leaves) and blueberries for a healthy morning drink.
Pasta is another Cambridge favorite.
persons reported that Kate Matthew told Kleiner-Mann about her family’s love of Italian staples during a visit to Lavender Primary School.
He said: “She told us how much her kids love to cook and how they cook for them. The other day they made cheese noodles. One stirs the flour, another adds milk and butter. And they make salads and stuff.”
Princess Charlotte helped her parents deliver pasta
The Cambridge children also helped their parents make and deliver fresh pasta during lockdown to be delivered to the elderly and vulnerable near Sandringham, which is so cute. In Charlotte’s fifth birthday portrait, the king is depicted holding a bag of pasta.
When Kate spent her first Christmas at Sandringham with the British royal family, she gave them presents queen with a pot of her grandmother’s chutney, for a personal touch.
“I remember going to Sandringham for the first time at Christmas,” Kate revealed in a documentary released to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations.
“And I was worried about what to get the Queen for Christmas. I thought, ‘Gosh, what should I get her?’ I thought about what I would give my own grandparents and I thought, ‘I’ll make her something’ that could have gone horribly wrong, but I decided to make my grandma’s chutney recipe.”
Kate revealed the chutney was included in the Christmas dinner the following day, noting that it showed the Queen’s “thoughtfulness, really, and her diligence in looking after everyone”.
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