Cooking With Wizards--Edible Wands and Acceptance Letter Pizza Pockets Ages 8+
In this one-time course, students will learn to make edible wands and pizza pockets.
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Calling all magical fans!! Join Ms. Amanda in her kitchen in this interactive class, as we make our own edible wands and Acceptance Letter pizza pockets. We will work together step-by-step to complete the recipes. Ms. Amanda will work alongside the learners, making her own batch of treats, too! The class will be split into parts-- *~*Making the pizza pockets, then we will put them in the oven to bake for a few minutes. *~*While the pizza pockets are baking, Ms. Amanda will show...
Students will practice proper measuring to follow directions to make a recipe. Students will listen and follow two- and three-step directions independently.
Supplies: pot holders/oven mitts, small microwaveable bowl, medium sized bowl, spoons(regular spoons from your silverware set are fine!), baking sheet, foil/parchment paper, cooking spray Howler Pizza Pockets: Refrigerated pizza dough or crescent rolls Cooking oil (olive oil, avocado oil, vegetable oil, etc) Pizza Sauce Mozzarella Cheese Pepperoni (mini pepperoni will work best) Edible Wands: Pretzel wands Melting chocolate (chocolate chips, almond bark, melting wafers--any of those will work)--1 package Sprinkles--Any colors will work, but maybe you would like to decorate with your favorite house colors!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents may need to be close by to help with operating kitchen appliances, like the microwave and oven. Please be aware of potential kitchen hazards. We will use the microwave to heat our ingredients and the oven to bake. Glass bowls can become hot in the microwave. Baking sheets are hot coming out of the oven. Please be sure to have oven mitts or a towel ready to help take the bowl out of the microwave and baking sheet out of the oven. Possible allergens in the ingredients--milk, soy, dairy, gluten, artificial colors
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208 completed classes
Hello! I’m Ms. Amanda, and I’ve been teaching my whole life, whether it was my baby dolls or fellow classmates. I attended West Virginia University, where I graduated with a Bachelors of Music in Education, a Master of Arts in Elementary...