Making Halloween Themed French Macarons!
This is a two-session course that will teach you how to make French macarons decorated for HALLOWEEN! So yummy and so fun to make!
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Twice per week
over 1 week
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
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This course is a two-day session that teaches students how to make the ever-so-popular French macarons. We will be making a pretty simple recipe of macarons that I've personally tried many times. They are always a hit at every party! Over the course of the first day, we will make the macarons and pipe them onto our tray. There is a sitting period where the macarons need to harden before the baking. During the second day, we will be making the filling and piping the filling onto the macarons...
Students will take their baking skills to the next level by learning how to make French macarons.
Hi there! My name is Mrs. Rodenbeck and I am a middle school history teacher! I have taught 6th, 7th, and 8th, grade history for the past 5 years! Before that, I taught high school history. I absolutely LOVE learning about people from the past! I like understanding how people lived in different times in history. I studied anthropology in college. My goal as a kid was to be Indiana Jones! Archaeology and cultural anthropology are my favorite disciplines. I like to learn about what past peoples have built and how those things impact their culture. I’ve even done work for Chicago’s Field Museum since 2007. Now I work in the education department at the Field Museum with other teachers and bringing history topics into their classrooms. I love teaching about the American Girl books and their periods of time in history because I used to WORK at the American Girl store in Chicago. I worked there all throughout my college years. I loved American Girl when I was a kid and I loved it, even more, when I worked at the store in college! I also LOVE macarons and eat quite a few of them! :)
Students will need to bake their macaron shells overnight as homework.
Ingredients Needed: SHELLS: 1.5 cups of powdered sugar 1 cup + 2 tablespoons of almond flour (MUST be almond flour) 3 egg whites 0.5 cups of sugar Food coloring Sprinkles FILLING: 0.5 cups of unsalted butter 1 3/4 cup of powdered sugar 0.5 teaspoon of milk 3/4 teaspoon of vanilla extract DECORATIONS: Black and orange gel cookie decorations (in tubes) Halloween sprinkles (optional) Supplies Needed: Baking sheet Electric mixer with a whisk attachment Spatula and mixing spoon 2 Piping Bags with round tips Baking sheet Parchment paper (cannot be wax paper - this paper will go in the oven) Metal/Mesh Strainer
2 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Potential Hazards: Students will need to use the oven and a mixer. Additionally, macarons are made with almond flour so students will allergens need to check the ingredients from the supply list below.
Middle School Teacher That Loves History & Kindness!
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Hi there! My name is Mrs. Rodenbeck and I am a middle school history teacher! I have taught 6th, 7th, and 8th, grade history for the past 7 years! Before that, I taught high school history. I absolutely LOVE learning about people from the past! I...