About STEM Supper Club

My name is Sarah and I’m a Scientist but like many busy parents I sometimes struggle to find the time and energy, let alone the right stuff, to do STEM activities with my kids. That is why I started Science Supper Club. Here I share some of the demos we use at our events and pair them with a simple supper that use at least one of the same ingredients. Read more about this blog…


  • Planets and Pancakes beautiful patterns using milk, food colouring and washing-up liquid then use the milk with some eggs and flour to make yummy pancakes (June 2019)
  • Pizza and Lava Cupseasy pizza using flour, salt and oil and then fun making lava lamp cups with salt and oil (July 2019)
  • Cabbage Chemistryuse red cabbage leftovers to learn about acids and bases (Sept 2019)
  • Fizzy Fruit a super-simple science trick with lemonade and raisins plus a fruity cous cous recipe for dinner (March 2020)
  • Super Simple Slimehave fun with cornflour gloop plus pasta with white sauce for tea (April 2020)
  • Egg Bouncea bouncing egg and omelette for your tea (April 2020)
  • Vinegar Volcanos and Veggiesfizzing fun with vinegar and baking soda and a bubbly batter to liven up veg for tea (May 2020)
  • Spaghetti and Rainbowscreate super structures using spaghetti and marshmallows, then cook the pasta for a colourful tea (May 2020)
  • The Unmixablesturn your salad dressing into a science experiment (May 2020)