No-Bake Desserts: Health Conscious, Gluten Free Edition
Due to a high volume of requests, I've created a gluten free edition of my No-Bake Dessert classes. Class will be held once a week and meets for 2 months. Each class, students will make 1 of 8 different delicious health conscious desserts!
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over 8 weeks
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In each edition of my No-Bake Dessert classes, not only will each learner walk away from class with a delicious dessert to share with their families; they also will learn kitchen and food handling safety, at the start of class. We will also learn about proper kitchen-hygiene skills. These will be fun, educational and delicious classes! The theme of this edition of the class is Gluten Free Desserts. Unlike some of my other No-Bake classes, this one features healthier recipes filled with super...
My learning goals for this class are for each student to walk away knowing how to take and read proper measurements, to read a recipe, and to have a detailed knowledge of the importance of kitchen hygiene. Things like properly washing our hands before cooking or to make sure our hair is pulled back and away from our table. Also to not sneeze or cough on our work area as well. Kitchen safety is another important topic of discussion in this class. I will go through the importance of wearing heat resistance gloves when taking something out of the microwave or from the stove top and the proper use of kitchen utensils. I will make each dessert in class with the students in order to show everyone how to do each step. On top of all of that, each student will get to walk away with the instructions on how to make their desserts again in the future.
I have attended both Tops Cooking school and Tops Baking classes. I also have my food handlers and kitchen safety permit. Lastly, I have many years experience of making gluten free foods due to my family and my dog being gluten intolerant!
Ingredients and supplies list for the Strawberry Shortcake Treat Bars: 4 Tablespoons butter 10oz bag mini marshmallows 13.5oz box Vanilla Chex 1-1.5oz freeze-dried strawberries 9x13in baking dish Non-stick Cooking Spray Large Microwave Safe Bowl (For anyone who does not have or use microwaves, we can easily melt our butter and marshmallows on the stove as well. Instead of a large microwave safe bowl, you would need a pot large enough to fit in all 10oz of marshmallows and the butter.) Rubber Spatula Mixing Spoon Please note that I always start our first week with the simplest of the 8 recipes. Though this dessert will not need them, some of the future recipes will require that students have access to a stove top, blender, and/or food processor! Also, Measuring cups and spoons and whisks as well.
1 hour 10 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We may have to occasionally chop and or melt certain ingredients. During those times, parental supervision or help is recommended to ensure no burns or cuts occur. A few recipes will also call for reducing a few ingredients on a stove top and breaking a few ingredients down in a blender or food processor. When ever these tools are used, I always recommended parental guidance then as well.
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My name is Ms. Kaitlyn and I am 29 years old. I have always believed that knowledge is a great gift and should be passed onto our younger generations. I am the oldest sister of 8 kids, so my entire life has been children oriented. Not only have I...