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Students who love to make sweet treats will enjoy creating this fun, tasty, and easy to make gourmet popcorn. Popcorn is one of the best snacks to eat and with a little extra flavor it is even better! In this tutorial, students will make gourmet Fruity Pebbles popcorn while being engaged in popcorn trivia and fun video breaks. Please see the classroom for the supply list print out. Students will not need to bake anything for this class, but will need access to a microwave. Students...
One of my passions is baking. I bake all types of cakes and sweet treats for parties and events. I also enjoy teaching children to make things in a fun, safe, and easy way!
~Ingredients~ *Popcorn: 2 bags of microwave popcorn (I prefer plain but you can use regular butter flavor as well) PLEASE POP THE POPCORN BEFORE CLASS *Fruity Pebbles cereal *Salt **White melting chocolate (Whatever brand you choose, such as white chocolate chips, White Almond Bark, Ghirardelli melting wafers, or Merckens melting wafers (Merckens can be found on Amazon.com or in most cake supply stores). *Vanilla instant pudding mix. The smallest box is fine - you will not need much. ~Supplies~ *Non-stick cookie sheet or cookie sheet covered with parchment paper *Glass or silicone bowl *Baking spatula or mixing spoon * (optional) Treat bags- I use the clear triangular shaped bags, but ziploc bags and other treat bags can be used (All of these items can be found in Walmart or similar stores, most cake supply stores, or your local food store)
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
**If your child has allergens you can substitute regular chocolate chips for an allergen free/dairy free chocolate chips instead as well as gluten free popcorn. **Parental guidance needed for students who need help operating the microwave.
Sarah JonesSupa Teach
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I am a passionate educator with a Masters in Educational Leadership!!! I believe teaching should be super -duper fun! My philosophy is that WE all are lifelong leaners. I enjoy learning new things and often take courses to enhance my knowledge....