I know. I know. A cooking class with kids sounds stressful, right? Well, it doesn't have to be. I decided to limit this class to six students per hour and to teach it twice (so that 12 students total would be able to benefit). Keeping the class size small made this class great.
This was an enjoyable class to teach. I love to cook, and my students REALLY love to cook!
You can click the image below to see the syllabus and how the class was structured.
I think the cost was $40 for each child; they were able to take home what they made (a 9×13 pan of breakfast bars or an 8×8 pan of breakfast casserole). The students were also actively involved in clean-up. They washed their own dishes!
Here are some of the recipes we used (or similar recipes):
Homemade Sausage (we split the sausage into two batches for each student and froze it for later use)
Breakfast Burritos (using our homemade sausage)
Sugar & Spice Muffin Mix (we made a batch of sample muffins in class and each student took home enough mix to make 4 batches at home)
Breakfast Casserole (using our homemade sausage)
Show and Tell (hand-out)
If you'd like more breakfast recipe ideas, you can check out my Off to a Good Start collection on Pinterest.
Happy Breakfast Making!
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