"Cooking With Cathryn- Holiday Thumbprint Cookies"
During this hands on class learners will follow the demonstration of the teacher as we prepare delicious Christmas Thumbprint Cookies from scratch. Vary the filling, use colored sugar, or add a Kiss, for your Holiday Cookie tray.
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Students will learn how to read a recipe, measure ingredients, and how to make cookie dough. Students will learn how to roll cookie dough and shape the cookies as we make thumbprint cookies from scratch. Students will learn how to make several easy variations of this recipe for their cookie trays by rolling in colored sugar, using different jams for filling, or adding a Kiss. Students will be encouraged to prepare their own thumbprint cookies as the teacher is leading them through the steps...
Students will learn how to read and follow a recipe, how to measure ingredients. Students will learn how to roll and shape their cookies. Students will learn how to store their cookies and present them to guests and as gifts. Students will gain kitchen skills and confidence as they prepare this recipe.
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 will be asked to sample their dish, clean up after themselves, and thank the adult who assisted them.
The recipe, which include the ingredient listing, will be sent to students after enrollment. Kitchen equipment that the student will need is: liquid and dry measuring cups and spoons; mixing bowl; mixing spoon; cookie sheets; parchment paper or silpat or cooking spray, cooling racks, wax paper, oven mitts or potholders.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental/adult guidance is suggested as students will be using the oven to bake cookies. The students will need additional time after class to complete baking their cookies. This recipe uses butter to make the cookies. (A non-dairy margarine could be substituted.)
Cathryn A McNamara MS EdReach your greatest potential!
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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...