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Cooking with Children

Course Description

4 Hrs 16 Min

23 Videos

Description

Preparing food has been a basic need since the beginning of time and cooking is an activity that is second nature to most of us. After all, every human should be able to just walk in a kitchen and prepare a good meal. Well, that’s not the case, preparing wholesome meals are not as simple as it looks. In this Cooking with Children course, it will teach the basic principles of safety, sanitation, equipment, and how to prepare great meals that children will love and have fun preparing. Adults and children will learn how to prepare pasta, pizza, chicken tenders, tacos, stir-fried rice, noodles, and even learn how to bake cookies.

This course is fun and informative and provides recipes and all instructions to successfully prepare meals from start to finish.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1

  1. Intro – Preparing Pizza dough
  2. Preparing Stuffing dough
  3. Preparing Pasta dough**
  4. Making Noodles Prt1**
  5. Making Noodles Prt2
  6. Checking the Dough and Making Pizza**
  7. Baking the Pizza
  8. Stuffing Dough
  9. Baking Dough
  10. Pasta – Sauces**
  11. Marinara Vodka etc

Module 2

  1. Preparing French Fries**
  2. Chicken Tenders**
  3. Chicken Chips Lollipops Prt1**
  4. Chicken Chips Lollipops Prt2
  5. Mini Beef Tacos and Lasagna**
  6. Mini Chicken Tacos**
  7. Stir Fried Rice**
  8. Meatloaf cupcakes and garnish Tacos**
  9. Shortbread Vanilla Sugar Cookies**
  10. Desert Pizza and Mash Potato Topping**
  11. Eggless Cookie Dough**
  12. Decorating Cookies and Conclusion

Cooking can help young kids learn and practice some basic math concepts and build language skills. And the experience of creating meals with you can help build their self-confidence and lay the foundation for healthy eating habits.

It may take a little flexibility and some simple prep work, but with the right expectations, your time in the kitchen with your preschooler can be a culinary adventure you’ll both enjoy.

How Cooking Can Help Preschoolers

Bringing kids into the kitchen can benefit them in a number of ways. Cooking can help:

  • Build basic skills. You can help your child hone basic math skills by doing something as simple as counting eggs or pouring water into a measuring cup. You can ask what comes first, second, and third or count together as you spoon dough onto a cookie sheet. When you read a recipe together, you’re introducing new words to your child’s vocabulary and promoting literacy. Following steps in the recipe can work on listening skills.
  • Encourage an adventurous palate. Preschoolers are notoriously picky eaters, and bringing them into the kitchen to cook can help get them to open up to new tastes. When your 3-year-old daughter plays chef she might sample dishes she wouldn’t try if you just served them to her. So encourage kids to taste new ingredients you’re working with and talk about what they like and how healthy foods make a body grow.
  • Help young kids explore with their senses. Kids learn by exploring with their senses and the kitchen is an ideal place to do that. Invite them to listen to the whir of the mixer, pound dough and watch it rise, smell it baking in the oven, and finally taste the warm bread fresh from the oven. If it smells good, looks appealing, and is easy to eat they may just be willing to try it!
  • Boost confidence. Preschoolers love to show what they can do and working in the kitchen provides opportunities to gain a sense of accomplishment. If they helped assemble the pizza, let them know that their help was important. You could name the pizza or another dish after your child. Serve “Will’s Pizza” or

It is never too late, (or too early), to get your kids helping in the kitchen. Although it requires time, patience, and some extra clean-up, especially when the children are younger, the benefits of cooking with kids are totally worth it.

Preparing food has been a basic need since the beginning of time and cooking is an activity that is second nature to most of us. After all, every human should be able to just walk in a kitchen and prepare a good meal. Well, that not the case, preparing wholesome meals are not as simple as it looks.

In this Cooking with Children course, it will teach the basic principles of safety, sanitation, equipment, and how to prepare great meals that children will love and have fun preparing. Adults and children will learn how to prepare pasta, pizza, chicken tenders, tacos, stir-fried rice, noodles, and even learn how to bake cookies. This course is fun and informative and provides recipes and all instructions to successfully prepare meals from start to finish.

Who this course is for:

  1. Kids that are wanting to learn how to cook, or increase their cooking skills. Parents and children both, who wish to learn and cook together.

 

What you’ll learn:

  1. Students will learn basic recipes as well as the tools and tricks used in the kitchen

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