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Cooking/ Baking: Make a Yummy German Treat 'Choco Crossies'
This is a one time class to make a simple, but very tasty german treat out of chocolate and corn flakes. This can be made vegan and gluten-free no problem.
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In this class we are going to make a yummy chocolate treat that is very common in Germany, not just during the holiday season. It's called Schoko (choco) Crossies and it's pretty much chocolate covered mounts of corn flakes. I will be leading the kids through the process of making the treat step by step. We be melting the chocolate over a pot of hot water, which is the most dangerous part, but also has the most learning potential. Please be sure that you trust your child with handling hot...
- the students use the stove to boil water in a pot - they learn and practice how to melt chocolate over hot water (bain-marie) - they use precautions to stay safe and not get burned - they follow step by step instructions - they measure cooking ingredients and follow a recipe - they use their own intuition/creative thinking by deciding when adding more flakes or nuts - they practice their fine motor skills by assembling the treat with two spoons in two hands - they experience the different state of aggregation of chocolate from solid to liquid to solid by changing temperatures - they prepare food that they can eat - they will be proud of themselves
If the students don't finish making the mounts of choco crossies during the class, they will have to finish right after before the chocolate gets solid again.
I will be sending out a supply list (including the recipe) to everybody who signed up a couple of days before class starts.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be handling boiling water by floating a plastic bowl on top of it and melting chocolate inside.
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...