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Ready to make some amazing plant based recipes! Join this snack time class to learn various ways of including delicious natural foods to your plate. In each class, chefs will follow along to each recipe with a step by step PowerPoint presentation. This interactive PowerPoint presentation will present facts about different fruits and vegetables. Little aspiring chefs will learn life skills, healthy habits and math concepts. Learners will also be able to socialize and share their ideas and...
This class is taught in English.
Week 1: August 5th No Bake Vegan Bites; 1 cup old-fashioned oats 2/3 cup toasted shredded coconut (sweetened or unsweetened) 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter 1/2 cup ground flaxseed 1/2 cup chocolate chips 1/3 cup agave or maple syrup 1 tablespoon chia seeds (optional) 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Large bowl Plate Spoon Week 2: August 12th Mango Popsicles; 1 Popsicle Mold 2 Cups of pre-cut Mango 1/4 Cup of Coconut Water 3/4 Cup Light Coconut Milk divided 1 1/2 tbsp Agave Nectar divided 1/3 Cup Vegan Plain Greek Style Yogurt Week 3: August 19th Rice Cake Animals; (All fruit must be precut) 3 rice cakes 3 tbsp peanut butter 3 tbsp hummus Fruit: banana, strawberries, blueberries, raisins Veggies: pre-cut cucumbers, carrots, celery (optional) Week 4: August 26th Rainbow Veggie Kabobs; (All vegetables must be precut) Kabob sticks Plate Your choice of the following vegetables from each colored category; Violet vegetables: purple peppers, purple baby carrots, purple cauliflower, black or kalamata olives Green vegetables: green bell pepper, broccoli florets, cucumbers and/or zucchini (cut into rounds or chunky, triangular wedges), snow peas, sugar snap peas Yellow vegetables: yellow cherry tomatoes, yellow peppers (whole mini peppers or large bell peppers cut in chunks), yellow summer squash (cut into rounds or chunky, triangular wedges), yellow baby carrots Orange vegetables: orange cherry tomatoes, orange peppers (whole mini peppers or large bell peppers cut in chunks), baby carrots or carrot coins Red vegetables: red cherry or grape tomatoes, red peppers (whole mini peppers or large bell peppers cut in chunks) Hummus
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
*All recipes call for pre-cut materials; this is to avoid injuries during class. All fruits and vegetables must be pre-cut before each lesson; for example, mangoes must be peeled and cut into chunks prior to class. Chefs will be be mixing and designing their recipes but no knives, baking, cooking or cutting will occur during class. Adult supervision is suggested for this snack time class, since mixing of ingredients will occur.* Recipes within this class also call for peanut butter. Please avoid these classes if your child has a nut allergy.
Certified Reading Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
8 total reviews
7 completed classes
Hello there, I'm Crystal, an educator, mother, gardener and mindful yogi. If you're looking to enhance your child’s skills in reading, socializing, crafting & gaming. You're in the right place! I believe fostering and nourishing small minds is...