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Make Your Own Unicorn Dip
Students will make a sweet treat that is so colorful, we had to call it Unicorn Dip! Pair this sweet treat with vanilla wafers or graham crackers to enjoy with friends!
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Who doesn't love unicorns?! I know I do and I certainly know that my students love anything unicorn themed! Students in this course will have a taste at being a host or hostess and they make their own colorful and tasty unicorn dip for their friends and family! This class is perfect for those students who love to be in the kitchen trying new things! Your child will follow along with me step by step as we make this sweet dip together. Once we are finished, they will be able to try their...
1 package cream cheese – softened ½ cup heavy whipping cream 1 cup marshmallow cream (fluff) 3 cup sugar 1 tsp vanilla extract 3 pastel gel food colors – I used pink, teal, and purple Graham crackers or wafers for dipping Colorful sprinkles (optional) for topping Edible glitter (optional) Mixing Bowl Serving Bowl Hand mixer or stand mixer. I will be using a stand mixer (students can try to mix by hand, but this may be difficult to achieve the creamy texture) 3 bowls to separate the mixture for us to put the food coloring and mix that into the batter 3 spoons to mix the color into the dip
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please note the ingredients that we will be using and be aware of any allergies your child may have. If they are allergic to any of the ingredients, please refrain from signing them up for this course.
Madison Annas4th Grade Teacher - Certified to teach K-6 Math, Reading, Social Studies, Science
59 total reviews
48 completed classes
Hi! My name is Madison! I am an elementary school teacher who loves my kiddos! I teach/tutor math and reading skills focused on first -third grade content. I've taught 3rd grade for 3 years and 2nd grade for 1 year. I am currently teaching 4th...