Cooking & Baking with DeAnn: Easy and Delicious No-Bake Pies (FLEX 9-14 yrs)
This is a 5-week FLEX class in which students will learn how to make easy no-bake pies: Key Lime Pie, Peach Pie, Strawberry Pie, Orange Cream Pie, and Candy Bar Pie. Great for holidays, parties, or for a fun dessert.
158 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 1 learner
No live meetings
Over 5 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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** THIS IS A FLEX CLASS AND DOES NOT HAVE LIVE MEETINGS ** Students will learn how to make delicious, but easy homemade pies! We will use already prepared crusts - you may choose to purchase the crusts or make them at home. (If you want to learn to make pie crusts, I have another pie flex class that teaches how to make different pie crusts, along with other types of pies - join me in that class too!) A list of supplies and ingredients will be sent out each week on Wednesdays so you can...
Students will: • Learn to make four different homemade pies. • Share experiences with one another through the classroom. • Build recipe files and increase confidence in cooking and baking.
Cooking and baking are some of my favorite hobbies and I enjoy spending time making a variety of foods for my family. During the fall and winter seasons, I usually make 20-30 pies for friends and family. I have been cooking and baking for my family for over 25 years. However, my hobby truly began when I was a young girl and I wanted to make and create different foods and dishes in the kitchen. I am excited to share this wonderful hobby with young chefs and create an excitement in them as well.
Our class has the best kind of homework! Make the pies and then enjoy them! :) A flex class is fun and convenient because learners can make the pies, as well as complete the assignments on their own time, but these classes are more fun when learners also interact with one another. Each week I want the learners to think about the recipe and the ingredients we are using. Why are these ingredients an essential part of that particular recipe? What ingredients could you add to change the recipe? I will ask questions about the pies, recipes, or pie-making process at the end of each week. Students should be prepared to share successes, as well things that might have been a struggle as they learned something new. Students will also be expected to share a photo with the class of at least 3 of their pies. In the last couple weeks of the class, I would like everyone to share a favorite recipe with the class. This can be a recipe that you have created or one you have found from somewhere/someone else. This gives the students a chance to think about their recipes and find one they would like to share.
The supply lists and ingredients will change each week, depending on the pies we are making, and will be sent out on Wednesday mornings so learners can plan and prepare for the upcoming week. As with all of my cooking and baking classes, I will include photos as well as lists for the supplies and ingredients we will be using to make it easier for students to see and gather what they need for class. Most of the classes will require these supplies: Hand Mixer/Blender or a whisk 2 Medium-Large Mixing Bowls Prepared crust - (pastry crust, graham cracker crust, or other preference) Rubber spatula Wooden spoon Measuring spoons and cups Knife for cutting fruit Medium plate
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Parents are strongly encouraged to assist the learner in the kitchen. Learners will be using the stove during some of the classes. Students will also be using a hand mixer and a knife during different lessons to mix ingredients or cut fruit. Please check ingredients for possible allergies and be aware that some of these recipes use gluten, milk products, or other allergens. If you have an allergy concern, please message me regarding possible ingredients that may be a concern for your learner. Parental supervision is encouraged.
DeAnn AndreasenEngaging and Enthusiastic Certified Teacher!
158 total reviews
256 completed classes
I am a certified teacher and received my Bachelor's Degree in Education from Weber State University. My mom was a teacher, so I spent my teenage years volunteering in her classroom and have loved teaching ever since. I have 20+ years of teaching...