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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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No bake granola bars are such a fun thing for kids to make at home. They love to be able to choose exactly what to add in for texture and flavor and the recipe is simple enough for them to make it almost all on their own. This recipe is gluten free (with the use of gluten free oats) and free of refined sugar and can be nut free or vegan depending on the ingredients you choose. For our festive easter egg shaped granola bars, I like to choose add in in lots of different colors of dried fruit...
I have been teaching cooking to children from preschool up to high school for 10 years and look forward to cooking with your student.
1 file available upon enrollmentRecipe with all the measurements will be provided on enrollment, but for your reference, below are the ingredients and equipment we will be using: nut butter, seed butter or tahini honey or vanilla quick oats puffed rice cereal colorful dried fruits and seeds mini m&ms or sprinkles (optional) large mixing bowl rubber spatula or large spoon to mix measuring cups and spoons 8x8 square pan parchment or foil for lining the pan
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
For younger students and students unfamiliar with preparing food, parental guidance will be required throughout the class. For older students who are more familiar with the kitchen, please remain close by to assist as needed. Guidance will be needed regardless of age when warming the sweetener and nut or seed butter on the stove. This recipe provides many options so can be allergen free if needed.
Laura DoyleCooking Instructor
38 total reviews
42 completed classes
Hello, my name is Laura Doyle and I teach cooking classes to kids from preschool through high school. I have been working as a cooking instructor for 8 years, teaching kids as young as 1 up to adults. In my classes I focus on cooking with whole...