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Cooking Club: Countdown to Winter Holidays - Snowman Cake Pops
Students will learn to make seasonal themed cake pops with a live instructor. Class will teach measuring, cooking, baking and food presentation.
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Our Cooking Club teaches students how to measure ingredients, cook, bake and display food with an artistic element. In this class, students will learn how to make Snowman Cake Pops. Once they master the skills in decorating, they can apply the process to make other Holiday designs like penguins, peppermint, etc after class. Instructors will use a step-by-step approach to demonstrate the cooking/ food preparation process. This is a hands-on class. Students are encouraged to share their ideas...
Students will learn to create homemade culinary projects with a live instructor. Class will teach measuring, cooking, baking and food presentation.
Ingredients for Cake Pops: Cake pop dough pre-made, chilled and ready for shaping ( crumble a whole 8" cake of choice, mix in 1-2 tbsp frosting of choice, knead into a soft dough consistency, chill in fridge for a minimum of 30 minutes before class) White candy melts Large heart shaped sprinkles (any color, optional for earmuffs) Small round sprinkles for buttons (any colors) and nose (orange color) sour candy straws for scarves (any color) Edible food pen (for dotting eyes and mouth) Paramount crystals, EZ-Thin or virgin coconut oil (solid) to thin out chocolate if needed Tools: Wax paper Lollipop sticks Toothpicks for decorating Microwave safe bowls for melting chocolate Spoons Cake-pop stand/ styrofoam block or something to stick the pops unto for drying Room in fridge/ freezer to allow cake pops to dry quickly Zip-top/piping bag for black icing and size #1 small round piping tip (substitution for edible food pen)
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Safety is important to us. We will be using stoves/ microwaves/ovens and knives. For younger students, it is advised that a parent assist, or is available nearby. There are possible allergens such as nuts, wheat, dairy, eggs, soy, etc. If your learner is allergic to any of the ingredients, please message the teacher for suggestions on substitutions.
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