"Cooking With Cathryn-Christmas Tree Rice Krispie Treats"
Students will learn how to make a Christmas Tree Rice Krispie Treat and will express their creativity as they add edible, decorative ornaments to their tree.
Cathryn A McNamara MS Ed
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In this class students will measure dry ingredients and use the stove to melt butter and marshmallows. They will learn how to add food coloring to color their treat and then how to spread the treat and add their decorative items. The Christmas trees can be decorated with sprinkles, mini M&M's or colored sugar. As students follow the teacher's lead, they will cut their pan of Rice Krispies into Christmas trees and then add the trunk. Students are encouraged to create their Christmas Tree...
Students will learn how to read and follow a recipe, how to measure dry ingredients and how to use the stovetop to melt and blend ingredients. They will learn how to use food coloring to dye their food, how to decorate with sprinkles and other edible items and how to cut their trees. They will develop confidence in their cooking skills as they prepare this popular Holiday treat.
I am a Career and Technical Education teacher, Family and Consumer Sciences. I have taught foods classes, both cooking and baking, to students of all ages, from elementary school students to adults. I have taught in the classroom, at summer camps and online. Most importantly, I love cooking, especially baking, and especially at the Holidays. I have been baking since I was very young, with my mother and grandmother. I enjoy sharing my joy and experience with students.
Students are requested to taste their treat, clean up after themselves, and thank the adult who assisted them in the kitchen.
The recipe, which includes the ingredient listing, will be sent prior to class. In addition to the ingredients, students will need cooking spray, 9"x13" baking pan, measuring cups, green food coloring, saucepan, pot holders, mixing spoon.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental/adult guidance is suggested as students will be using the stovetop and a knife.
Cathryn A McNamara MS EdReach your greatest potential!
57 total reviews
77 completed classes
Hello, I am delighted to be teaching on Outschool. Teaching is my passion and has been my career for the past 25 years. Guiding students and assisting them as they grow and reach their greatest potential is my mission. I look forward to sharing...