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Dinner Time Magic Club 2
Health & Wellness
Cooking. . . .Without Fire! Snack #1 "Almond Milk /Banana Ice Cream"
Students will prepare 2 snack recipes that are delicious, quick and nutritious that do not require using "fire" from the stove!
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***Please note that seeds, nuts, and dried fruits, veggies, etc., are part of the "Cooking ...Without Fire!" Recipes. If your child is allergic to any of these food items, please let me know prior to enrolling to see if there may be another natural substitute(s) for the food item(s) they're sensitive to. For safety purposes, please have your student use a plastic knife (serrated edge knife) for cutting the ingredients. If an adult is available to assist them with the use of a regular...
Learning goals are also things to remember: 1. Read the instructions completely through. 2. Set out all of the utensils and ingredients you need for the recipe. 3. Practice measuring the ingredients using the appropriate kitchen tools. 4. Follow the directions to prepare the Raw Milk. 5. Follow the directions to prepare the Almond Egg Nog**Holiday Feature
I am offering this class to give students practical experiences of "Cooking Without Fire!" Raw foods are healthy choices for children to make, and the more opportunity they have to try new things, foods, methods of preparations, the more likely they are to develop a habit of choosing healthy foods that they "know something" about.
Optional Suggestion: The student may desire to try making their recipe again for more practice. This will help boost their confidence in handling themselves in the kitchen. They could try substituting another fresh fruit or vegetable in place of the bananas, and see if it suits their taste or not! If they like it, keep your recipe of the changes you made, and how much fruit you added, and if you made any other additions.
3 files available upon enrollmentPurchase the ingredients on supply list for the recipe. (Several items may be in your kitchen cabinets already.) Please print out the recipe sheet for Raw Almond Milk for ingredients needed).
No assessment is required: Students will determine their progress by how their recipe looks, and tastes.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
***PLEASE NOTE: Seeds, nuts, and dried fruits, etc., are part of the "Cooking ...Without Fire!" recipes. If your child is allergic to any of these food items, please let me know to see if there may be another natural substitute for the food item they're sensitive to. FOR SAFETY PURPOSES please have your student use a plastic knife (serrated edge knife) for cutting the ingredients. If an adult is available to assist them with the use of a regular cutting implement, that is an acceptable solution.***.
Ms. MelbaFormer Elementary Teacher
80 total reviews
173 completed classes
Teaching health and wellness, vocabulary, and creative math are high on my agenda. I taught elementary level students at one of the first charter schools in Los Angeles for three years, and at an inner-city social justice magnet school for...