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This class is where students will learn how to make chocolate chocolate chip cookies from scratch to share with family and friends. This class will be a combination of PowerPoint, demonstration, and discussion. Students can participate along as the the teacher leads them through the steps of the recipe. In addition to learning new recipes, students will gain confidence and experience in their own kitchen. By enrolling in the class, families accept full responsibility for their learner's...
At the end of the class, students will: -be able to recall the steps to making the recipe -be able to demonstrate the creation of the recipe -be able to paraphrase the steps in a recipe for the recipe
Since my twins were extremely young, they have always been in the kitchen with me cooking and creating. We learned to adapt recipes to fit our dietary needs as one of my daughters was diagnosed with severe food allergies as a toddler.
In all Wild About Cooking classes, there is homework. Students will be asked to taste test what they make! And to clean up their work area.
1 file available upon enrollmentAn ingredient and cooking tools list will be provided by the teacher in the welcome message. Students will need basic baking equipment, either stand mixer, hand held, or mixing bowl with mixing spoon. Students will also need the ingredients like flour, sugar, and eggs, etc.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
By enrolling in the class, families accept full responsibility for their learner's safety which includes but not limited to kitchen materials and the ingredients. Parental guidance is requested/needed in assisting the student in the kitchen as students will be using items like a stove, oven, knives, etc. Outschool policy is that parents remain off camera and only the enrolled learner may participate. Families are responsible for student safety in the kitchen Families are responsible for making necessary changes to recipes to avoid allergens. Families need to notify Erin Girard ASAP about any potential allergies. Substitutions can be made for a majority of the recipes. Each family is responsible for knowing what ingredients their family can have. Please contact the instructor for any questions. There is a 3 student minimum in this class. Please share the class with others. If the minimum number is not met within 1 week of the class, the class will either a) pushed back to start at a later date or b) canceled. In any of the baking classes or classes that require additional cooking time past the class time, the class will end when the item is placed in the oven and the timer is set for the allotted time or the item will finish cooking after the class is over. Students are instructed on how to tell if an item is fully baked/cooked.
Erin Girard, M. Ed
Teacher, Homeschool Mama, & Life Long Learner
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
929 total reviews
666 completed classes
Erin Girard is an experienced classroom teacher with 20 years of experience teaching and working with children in a variety of settings including public schools, classroom teaching, special education, and outdoor education. Erin holds a B.A. and a...