Teen Bakers: Polar Bear, Artic Hare and Artic Wolf Candy
In this one time class, teen bakers will have fun making tasty polar bear, Artic hare and Artic wolf candies.
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Learners will enjoy creating animal faces from a tasty candy dough. We will start class with a couple of minutes of introductions, making sure that everyone knows each other's names. We will then check that we have the correct ingredients and equipment, and a clean work surface. We will learn to separate the egg, then go through the stages of making the dough, then forming the animals' faces step-by-step. Finally we will poke holes for the eyes and give each animal a mini candy nose. You...
Learners will be able to follow a simple recipe to mix a tasty candy dough. Learners will be able to shape candy dough to form animal faces. Learners will be able to make polar bear, Artic hare and Artic wolf candies to share with family or friends.
I am an experienced school teacher. I was the counsellor in charge of the cooking groups for a couple of years of Summer camp. I enjoy baking in my free time.
Learners may need additional time after class to finish shaping their last candies. Learners are encouraged to clean up their baking space after class.
Confectioners sugar (known as icing sugar in some countries), egg, mini candies (for noses) and food flavouring drops (optional).
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
This recipe is no-bake, learners are mixing and shaping dough; however, it is recommended that a responsible adult is in calling distance in case of emergency. Learners will use a 'sharp' item to poke out the holes for their animals' eyes, suitable items include cocktail sticks, kebab sticks, knitting needles. Please be aware this recipe contains raw egg white.
Learning, baking, creating and solving!
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
76 total reviews
89 completed classes
Hello everyone, my name is Angela Foster. I love working with children, and I enjoy planning and teaching classes that will fully engage them in their learning. I have a UK PGCE teaching certificate in Primary Education and a Masters degree in...