Healthy 'n' Heavenly Treats – The Seven Days of Christmas Baking, Day 5
In this 7-day series of holiday-themed, interactive baking classes, students will make 7 kinds of delicious, healthy Christmas cookies while learning about healthy ingredients they can use to make any recipe into a healthy treat.
year old learners
learners per class
60 minute class
In each of these 7 holiday-themed interactive cooking classes, students will gain the experience of preparing a recipe from scratch using fresh, organic, raw, and whole food ingredients to create heavenly-tasting Christmas treats that are healthier than regular recipes… and MUCH healthier than store-bought cookies! As we prepare each recipe together, students will learn many general baking tips as well as healthy cooking secrets. They will also learn how to substitute healthy ingredients...
Growing up, everyone in my family was sick, all the time. We tried dozens of methods to get healthy - conventional medicine, alternative medicine, vitamins and supplements, even a couple "miracle cures" that weren't so miraculous. After years of experimentation, we finally discovered that our diet was the culprit and that eating healthier was the solution! My mother later published a book on the subject, and I became passionate about teaching others how to cook healthier and "let your food be your medicine." The goal of my Healthy 'n' Heavenly Treats interactive cooking classes is to share healthy culinary secrets with others and dispel the myth that healthy foods and heavenly treats are mutually exclusive... especially at Christmas time!
1 file available upon enrollmentAll recipes in this series require students to have basic cooking equipment (oven, electric mixer and/or whisk, mixing bowls, measuring cups and spoons, cookie sheets, and parchment paper). The ingredients for this recipe are listed below, and exact amounts will be given in the welcome post. Please be sure your learner has all equipment and ingredients ready to go before class. Ingredients: whole wheat flour, oat flour, aluminum-free baking powder, sea salt, butter, Sucanat, free range/organic egg, pure vanilla extract, assorted fruit spreads (Real fruit jellies or preserves with low or no added sugar are fine, or you can make your own fruit purees... just be sure to have them ready before class!)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will need to use the stove to complete these classes, and should therefore, have adult supervision unless they are familiar with the kitchen and have parents' permission to cook on their own. If you or anyone in your family is allergic to any of the ingredients in any of these recipes (see supply list), please consider using substitute ingredients.
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