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Do you love sweet treats? Do you like baking? Do you like sweet treats for breakfast? In this one time class we will explore baking with gluten free flours and use alternative sweeteners to cane sugar. You will leave the class with 1 new recipe and have your eyes opened to a whole new possibility that healthy foods may be even more delicious than you thought. Together, we will make gluten and grain free breakfast cookies that will support the health of you and your body! These cookies are a...
-Learners will learn the nutrition properties of ingredients used in baking gluten, grain, and cane sugar free breakfast cookies. -Learners will realize through experience that healthy food can be delicious and easy (even dessert for breakfast can be so). -Learners will practice how to read a recipe and mix ingredients in the correct order.
During my master's program in Nutrition and Integrative Health, I took 4 Whole Foods cooking courses. This inspired my love for healthy cooking...especially desserts. I learned the baking skills AND the nutrition science behind the food. I have a simple and easy to understand approach, which makes the material more relatable and understable. I spent 2 years as a Nutritional Health Coach leading cooking demos for all ages.
Bake the cookies after class, enjoy, and write a review about your experience!
1 file available upon enrollmentIngredients for Cookies: • 2 cups blanched almond flour (NOTE: Not almond meal) • ¼ cup shredded unsweetened coconut • 2 tbsp coconut flour • 2 tbsp hemp hearts • ½ tsp each sea salt, baking soda and ground cinnamon • 2 large eggs, lightly beaten • 1/3 cup coconut oil or organic unsalted butter, softened • ¼ cup pure maple syrup or raw honey • 1 tsp orange zest • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract • ½ cup naturally sweetened or unsweetened dried cranberries or cherries • ½ cup raw unsalted pecans, chopped Equipment: mixing bowl, mixing spoon, spatula, measuring cups, measuring spoons, baking sheet, parchment paper
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents, please note that this class requires the use of the oven after class is completed so learners can bake their cookies. Learners will also be using the microwave or a stove top to melt the coconut oil or butter for the recipe. Please note the possible allergens: nuts (no peanuts) and eggs.
Courtney Barilec, MS, CHES
Former Nutritional Health Coach
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
Hi there! I'm Courtney Barilec. The kind of classes I teach are healthy cooking/baking, foundations of nutrition, and yoga. All of my classes taught here on Outschool are rooted in nutrition and/or mindfulness. I believe that when it comes to...