Vegan Baking: Pride Cookies!
In this one time class, students will learn how to make a cookie classic, the sprinkle cookies, completely vegan!
Natalie E Neff (she/her) M. Ed.
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In this class, students will learn how to bake vegan rainbow sprinkle cookies in honor of pride month! We will start the class by discussing ingredients that will be used and double checking that everyone has everything they need. For this class, students will have to weigh some ingredients and measure others by volume. We will discuss the importance and difference of measuring by volume vs weight. From there, we will mix our cookie dough together, cleaning as we go! When the dough is...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn not only how to make tasty cookies, but will also learn about the difference between liquid and dry measuring cups as well as the importance of measuring by weight and not volume for certain ingredients.
I have worked on and off in the food industry for 14 years and was the head baker at a restaurant for a year. I still bake lots of cookies in my spare time! I am also a teacher and enjoy working with students!
Please make sure you have all the baking ingredients you need before class! You will have to roll out and bake your cookies after class, but you can do that no problem!
The actual recipe will be available for viewing when you enroll! Here are the ingredients you need for class: -1/2 cup coconut oil -3/4 cup granulated sugar -1/4 cup non-dairy milk -vanilla extract -2 cups all purpose flour (my friend made these with bob mill’s gluten free flour and had good success) -cornstarch -baking powder -baking soda -salt -1/3 cup of rainbow sprinkles (nonpareils or cylinder sprinkles both work well!) Materials: -handheld or stand-up mixer -spatula -tablespoons and teaspoons -liquid measuring cup -dry measuring cups -kitchen scale with grams or ounces -an empty sink (easier to clear your dishes to!) -plastic wrap (close by- not needed until the end of class) -parchment paper or silpat baking mat (close by- not vital until the end of class) -baking sheet (close by- not vital until the end of class) -kitchen rag (for spills) Notes: Aside from the gluten free flour note, I do not know how well swapping other ingredients will work, specifically swapping out the coconut oil and white granulated sugar for other oils or sugars. We will be weighing our oil and other oils may have different properties per gram which could cause the dough to be either too wet (cookies will spread) or too dry (cookies with crumble). Sugars have their own properties in baking as well. White granulated sugar is best for beating with an oil (which we will do) and reacts with baking soda in a manner that is different to brown or other sugar substitutes. If you decide to use other oils or sugars, please be aware that your cookies may turn out different.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental guidance is needed due to the nature of baking (mess and oven).
The recipe will be posted in the class chat before class begins!
Natalie E Neff (she/her) M. Ed.
Teaching art and biology and loving every minute of it! Find me on Instagram! @missneff92
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
13 total reviews
32 completed classes
Hello! My name is Miss Neff or Miss Natalie and I love to teach art and biology classes! ART: I have a Bachelor's of Arts in Art (ha!) from the University of California, Santa Cruz. I taught art for K-8 students at a public charter school for two...