Biscuit Smash Smiley Face Pizzas!
In this one time course, young chefs will get to smash biscuit dough and spread toppings, make smiley faces, and cook pizzas!
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35 minute class
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In this one time course, young chefs will create biscuit dough smiley face pizzas! We will be using biscuit dough and will smash it down to form a pizza crust, we will be spreading tomato sauce, then adding toppings to create smiley face pizzas! During this class we will use fine and gross motor function to smash, spread, and create our pizzas! In class we will start with a short introduction of learners, review materials and ingredients, then make our pizzas. Parental Guidance will be needed...
I am a professional chef with 10 years of experience!
Ingredients: Biscuit Smash Smiley Face Pizzas 1 can (about 8 pieces) refrigerated biscuit dough rounds (not flaky style please) Marinara/Pizza Sauce Shredded mozzarella cheese About 1/2 Cup shredded cheddar or colby jack cheese Small amounts of the rest of these are needed to create eyes, eyebrows, noses, mouths, ears, etc (all of these toppings are optional, feel free to substitute with what you have on hand, this is great time to use up cooked vegetables, or what your learner likes the best!) sliced olives pepperoni slices bell pepper thin strips/slices cut pepperoni pieces Mushroom slices Round cheese pieces (any variety cheese) small broccoli/cauliflower florets Materials Needed: small bowls or a plate for toppings 1 baking sheet lined with parchment paper 1 spoon, ice cream scoop, or pastry brush for spreading pizza sauce *oven access to cook pizzas Optional* Apron, chef's hat, and towel for wiping hands
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental Guidance is needed to prep and cut vegetables and toppings for use on pizzas, to help put pizzas in hot oven to cook, and to potentially help learners.
On a mission to prove kids can cook, and that it's ok to get messy, try hard, and have fun!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
262 total reviews
296 completed classes
Hello there! My name is Mary and I'm a professionally trained chef with experience in restaurants, country clubs, catering, and institutional cooking. I love to train young chefs in the "hows" and "whys" of cooking so every meal will be delicious!...