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Life Skills

Easy Shortbread Cookies With Just 3 Ingredients

These cookies can be easily made with basic ingredients that one might already have in their pantry.
Priyanka Vyas
4 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 5 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
50 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

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Class Experience

With parental guidance, students will have the following advantages after having attended this class.
1) Children can make the dough and bake the cookies in small batches using very few, fresh ingredients every time.
2) Children can bake these cookies whenever they want as there is not a lot of prep work involved.
3) The recipe is egg-free and the cookies can be consumed by somebody who is allergic to eggs.
This recipe is a hit with my children so I can confidently say that the children who will attend my class will also love the cookies once they're baked. I have baked these with my own children many times, in fact my 12-year-old daughter can bake them without any assistance at all as she is more responsible and skilled. My son who is 9 years old is also able to bake them, only under my supervision though. 
Prior to the class:
The butter needs to be pulled out from the refrigerator and set out on the countertop to come to room temperature.

After the class:
1) The dough needs to be chilled in for at least 60 minutes 
2) After 60 minutes the dough needs to be pulled out from the refrigerator and thawed till soft enough to be cut into 1/2 inch slices.
3) These dough slices need to be baked in the oven at 350 degrees FahrenheitBake for about 10-12 minutes, rotating the baking sheet in the oven halfway through.

Parents, please feel free to share pictures of the cookies made by your children and any feedback. If I will have your permission, of course, I would like to share those on my social media accounts without revealing the child's identity. Thanks in advance for that.
Parents would need to provide the following ingredients and equipment. Ingredients: 10 tbsp butter, at room temperature 1/2 cup confectioners' sugar 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour Tools/Equipment: 1 electric hand mixer OR stand mixer with the paddle attachment 1 large mixing bowl 1 sheet of plastic cling wrap (enough to wrap up the entire dough) 1 spoon or scooper (to add the flour in small portions to the butter and sugar) To take notes on baking after the class, 1 sheet of paper 1 pen/pencil
This is a self-assessed class. The recipe I will be sharing with is foolproof so I am confident that the cookies will taste delicious if baked at the right temperature for the right time. The shape and appearance of the cookies totally depend on the skill level of the children. 
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Here are some pointers for parents so that your child can be safe and successful at baking these cookies.
1) During the class, children will be using an electric hand mixer to mix a couple of ingredients. Parents, please help your child with the mixer if needed.
2) After the class, the dough would need to be chilled and then thawed, children will use a knife to cut the dough into cookies and an oven to bake the cookies. Parents, if your child needs help with this part, please do so. 
3) Once the children have placed the cookie dough pieces on the baking tray, I would strongly recommend that parents help children with placing it in the oven and then removing the tray once the cookies have been baked.
4) Also, these cookies will be hot once out of the oven so please wait until they're cool enough for you and your child to eat.


Priyanka VyasProfessional Baker & Montessori Teacher
4 total reviews
3 completed classes

About Me

Hi everyone,

I teach baking, cake & cupcake decorating, novel treat making for ages 3-9
I teach lessons based on Montessori methods for ages 6-9
I also tutor all school subjects for ages 3-9 especially Math

I have Montessori teaching experience... 
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