In the Kitchen With Kaitlyn - Bake It or Fake It! (Inspired by Nailed It)
Students will follow a recipe on their own to bake a masterpiece. They will compete for the title of "Baker"! This class is based on the Netflix show - Nailed It. Each week features a new recipe revealed in class based on the monthly theme. Siblings get 50% discount (see description for details)
79 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 53 learners
Once per week
learners per class
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Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
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Students will participate in a baking competition based on the popular Netflix show - Nailed It. The recipe will be shared during class and, in class, students will have a set amount of time to create their baked good. Ingredients list will be sent out a few days prior to class. Once the good is baked, they will decorate and we will have a showdown at the end to reveal the final product. Students are encouraged to talk during class and socialize with the other students. I will also be asking...
Learn the art of baking by creating delicious desserts Practice following a recipe by mixing ingredients. This will show them specific math and science skills. Gain safety tips in the kitchen Creativity!
I love cooking and baking! I have been doing both for over 15 years. I started out helping my mom and dad make meals. My sister and I used to have cooking shows and pretended to have our own restaurant. Currently, I am a mom of 2 boys and am always making something in the kitchen. Like all kids, they go through picky stages and I have to get creative. I love experimenting with new recipes and baked goods. I have a lifestyle blog where I occasionally release recipes, as well.
Ingredients will be sent out a few days prior to class and the recipe will be shared during class. Tools all classes will need: Mixing bowls Measuring cups and spoons Spatula or spoon to mix
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This is a hands on baking class so your child will be using the oven and other kitchen utensils. Please make sure your student is aware of how to use an oven and kitchen utensils such as measuring spoons, cups, mixer, and potentially a microwave.
Kaitlyn CalicottStay at home Momma, Teacher, Actress, and Baker
79 total reviews
78 completed classes
I am Kaitlyn and I teach all things Theatre, English (grammar, story time, literature, ABC's, etc...), communications (such as reporting and anchoring), Science, History, crafting/DIY, and baking/cooking. I majored in Communications at the...