Future Chef's No Bake Dessert Club Young Learners 3-7 Years Old
In this 6 week class younger people will learn basic kitchen techniques, in a safe environment, while creating delicious deserts that require no cooking.
Amy Hough M.Ed.
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Completed by 1 learner
year old learners
learners per class
$10 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 6 weeks
55 minutes per class
Students will be taught about a variety of tools used every day in the kitchen. They will learn many techniques that are useful for creating different foods from recipes. This class will not require an oven or stove, however, we may use a microwave oven for recipes. We will discuss the science behind the way some foods are made. This class will meet once a week for six weeks. We will learn about measuring and reading recipes at every club meeting. While this is a multi day class, prior...
Students will develop kitchen skills that will allow them to create some delicious desserts.
While I am not a trained chef, I am an educator with a master's degree in early childhood education, who has been working in the kitchen since I was a young child. I recognize the value in learning opportunities that allow students to participate in hands on activities. I have been an early childhood special education teacher for 15 years and have been incorporating food science lessons in my classroom since the beginning of my career. I have also been successfully teaching cooking and baking classes on the Outschool platform for nearly 2 years.
Week one - Twinkie Cake Week two - Icebox Cookie Cake Week three - Candy Bar Pie Week four - No Bake Cheesecake Week five - Dessert Kabobs Week six - Banana Pudding
Learners progress is assessed by the creation of the weekly dish.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class requires no cooking, however, students may use dangerous kitchen equipment such as hand or stand mixers, emersion blenders and knives. Some of the ingredients might be considered allergens such as wheat, dairy, gluten, soy and nuts. It is recommended that a grown up be near by for parental guidance.
Amy Hough M.Ed.
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176 total reviews
193 completed classes
My name is Amy Hough. I have been working as a professional educator for 15 years. I am a staunch supporter of project based learning. There are no better (or more delicious) projects than home made foods. Through cooking we engage reading,...