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Baking/ Cooking: Make your own Super Yummy Lemon Tarts
In this one time class students will bake yummy lemon tarts. It's a two step process of making the crust and then cooking the lemon filling.
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In this one-time class students will follow instructions to make 12 lemon tarts like in the picture. First we'll make the dough for a crusts. While the 12 crusts are baking in a muffin form, we will make the lemon filling from scratch. It has to be cooked on the stove top and it takes a while for the filling to thicken up while stirring it. The crusts and the filling have to cool off a little bit before we fill the the shells with the lemon cream. They should sit for about an hour before...
We will need following Ingredients: - Wheat Flour - Butter - almond extract - sugar - juice and zest of one lemon - eggs - water ...and following equipments and utensils: - mixer - bowls - muffin pan (12er) - pot - whisk - stove - oven
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Since we are using a mixer, the stove and the oven parental supervision is recommended. Younger learners might also need little bit of help to get the crusts out of the pan without breaking them. The recipe calls for wheat flour, eggs and fresh lemon zest and juice. If you have a learner with food sensitivities, please let me know and I can see if there are substitutes that can be used.
The full recipe with be given after the class, so that everyone can follow along together and nobody gets too far ahead.
Annika HaymanLearning means ‚Being Alive‘
77 total reviews
72 completed classes
Hi! I am Annika, the mother of two wonderful boys and a believer of the theory that learning comes naturally. Only when kids and adults are interested in something, learning occurs. If we humans are forced into something, fear and anxiety will...