Get Your Kids off Electronics and Into The Kitchen This Fall!
Are you looking for a unique extracurricular program for your kids to do this fall? How about getting them into the kitchen for a few lessons on cooking? This fall, The Grange is offering a fun series of cooking classes that will allow your kids to learn their way around the kitchen under the watchful eye of a professional. Just in time for the fall baking season, Kids in the Kitchen will allow your kids to learn how to bake a variety of sweet treats.
So, what’s on the dessert menu?
Kids in the Kitchen Class – Baking Series
Class 1 – Wed. October 16 – Pâte Sablée
The first class will have your kids baking classic pâte sablée with rich vanilla cream. Your kids will get introduced to knife skills as they slice and dice fresh fruit. To top off the first week, they’ll make a delightful apple glaze to top off their delicious tarts.
Class 2 – Wed. October 23 – Brownies & Blondies
What kid doesn’t like chocolate? Week 2 brings on the sweetness of exploring various types of chocolates. Your kids will make their own triple chocolate brownies! If that’s not enough, they’ll also bake Cookie’s N’ Cream blondies.
Class 3 – Wed. October 30 – Cupcakes
Week three will hone in on the detail work that comes with baking. Your children will learn a unique and trendy Russian piping technique. They’ll blow your mind with their decorating skills as they bake and decorate cupcakes.
Class 4 – Wed. November 6 – Marbled Fondant Cakes
The series wraps up with your kids learning how to bake a marbled fondant cake. Students will bake their own cake and then make their own buttercream fondant from scratch.
Fall Kids in the Kitchen Class Details:
Dates: Wednesday, Oct 16, 23, 30 & Nov 6
Time: 5 pm – 7 pm
Registration Deadline: October 9
Cost: $150 Meadows Residents/$155 Non-Residents (per child)
Where: The Grange
After this fun series of Kids in the Kitchen, your kids will take charge of the holiday baking this year. It’s a great, interactive way for your kids to learn their way around the kitchen and meet some new friends.
Space will fill up fast, so register soon. For more information or to discuss any dietary or medical concerns, please contact Molly Gigax, Assistant Recreation Coordinator at 303-468-5212 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about this session here.