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Let's Make Dinner! a Cooking and Baking Experience for Young Chefs.
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In this class, students will learn how to make gluten free waffles from scratch. We will cover proper measuring techniques and safety procedures. I will model each step in the waffle making process and then assist students as they complete each step. We will talk about waffle variations as we proceed through the class. Students are free to ask questions, share, and talk throughout the lesson. Students should have a basic knowledge of reading a recipe, following directions, measuring...
Students will make waffles with the teacher's help.
I hold a Bachelors of Science Degree in Family and Consumer Science. I have taught Home Economics in the public school system and have cooking/baking since I was a teenager. I have over twenty years of public school teaching experience in ages from 3 to 18. I have a love for good food. I was recently diagnosed with NCGS and have had to discover new recipes that are gluten free. I would like to help others walk through the gluten free journey.
1 file available upon enrollmentLearners will need to print a copy of the recipe. They will need the ingredients listed on the recipe, measuring utensils, and a waffle iron. They will also need mixing bowls and either a nonstick spray or oil of some sort to use on the waffle iron. The recipe calls for gluten free flour. You can use your favorite one to one gluten free flour. Do not get a gluten free baking mix.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Adult supervision in the kitchen may be necessary based on your learner's level of expertise. Students will be expected to use a hot waffle iron carefully.
We will follow the gluten free recipe. If time allows, we will read the book: "Ugly Pie" by Lisa Wheeler.
Ms. Katrina, The Fun Teacher/Certified
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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