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In this class we will make simple no bake chocolate peanut butter cookies. They look like birds' nests and we will decorate them with candy eggs just in time for Easter. Learners will learn basic kitchen safety rules, how to measure their ingredients, and there will be a step-by-step video for them to follow while they make these cookies. I will be available to offer one-on-one help to any learner needing some extra assistance. Once the ingredients are heated and combined, they will drop them...
Students will learn kitchen safety rules, how to measure ingredients and how to make no bake cookies.
A medium size pan Large spoon Measuring cups and spoons Parchment paper Peanut butter Cocoa powder Sugar Vanilla Butter Quick oats [It is important to have quick oats specifically] Salt Egg-shaped candy of choice [I used Reese's peanut butter eggs] I will post a recipe card a week prior to class with the specific amounts of each ingredient. If your leaner has a peanut allergy, there are peanut butter alternatives that can be used. Please let me know if you need a suggestion.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents may need to assist their learners while they are heating ingredients on the stove. If your learner has a nut allergy, there at alternatives that can be used in this recipe. Please let me know if you need a suggestion.
Teacher Vanessa B.S., DieteticsMaking Science, Cooking and Nature Learning Fun!
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11 completed classes
Hello! I'm Teacher Vanessa. I have my Bachelor's degree in Dietetics from the University of Northern Colorado. I have worked with children and taught science, food and nature related classes for 15 years. I have taught online for 3 years and I'm...