Children’s Holiday Classes Begin!

Lorie Elyssa (2)
The holidays are the best time to sign your children up for a hands on cooking experience. Kids will explore their creativity while learning many skills. A few spots remain for classes this Saturday! Register TODAY by email, call/text 214-551-9630

December 7th
Ages 4-6 10:00-11:30 5 Spots available
Holly Jolly Fun!

My tiniest students will shriek with delight as we wind our way through the recipes in this entertaining class. We will begin by crafting our own lunch of cute as a button snowman sandwiches, no winter lunch would be complete without homemade Hot Cocoa with Snowman Marshmallows! Kids will make delicious snow ball appetizers, next peppermint cloud brownies will take the cake. Children will have a great time creating a peppermint sled for good old Teddy Grahams and we will do a little crafting as we turn water bottles into adorable reindeer! Those reindeer will need a snack so for a yummy take home treat we will make Reindeer Fodder Snack Mix. A jolly good time will be had by all! $24.00

December 7th
Ages 7-12 12:30-2:30 3 spots available
HO HO HOliday Fun!

Kids will have a great time in this hands on cooking experience where they will learn real time cooking skills. The fun will begin was we take an artists approach to lunch appetizer portions, making Reindeer, Snowman and Christmas Tree canapés. Of course we must have homemade Hot Cocoa with marshmallows decorated to look like snowmen. We will have some fun with puff pastry, creating snowmen and then stuffing them with a yummy creamy chicken mixture. Delicious Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies are so yummy they will surely become a family favorite not to be out done by gorgeous Cookies and Cream Chocolate Bark. Holiday Elf Cupcakes are as much fun to make as they are to eat and last but not least, pretzels, white chocolate and M and M candies come together to craft the cutest take home treat an edible Holiday Wreath. A frosty good time will be had by all! $26.00

Children’s Gifts From the Kitchen
December 14th
Ages 8-15 11-1:30

Kids will have an awesome time in the special holiday class. For the first time ever Lorie will bring Gifts from the Kitchen to her young students. Not only will kids have a great time creating all of these yummy treats, they will also be experimenting with packaging techniques. Student will choose what they want to bring home to share and what they will enjoy during class. The fun begins with beautiful Peppermint Rice Krispies Pops, the fun continues with dreamy Snowy Cupcakes with gum drop trees. Chocolate and strawberries collide in the darling Santa Hat Brownie Bites, next irresistible Confetti Gooey Bars with white chocolate not to be out done by the gorgeous and simple Holiday Cherry pie with star cutouts. Mini Snowball Cupcakes with white chocolate shavings will delight and last but not least precious pinwheel cookies with sprinkled edges. $28.00 E

Second Gifts From the Kitchen Class
December 14th 2:30-4:00

About Lorie Fangio

I am a lifestyle advisor with a passion for connecting families Around the Table for mealtime. We are becoming a society that doesn’t even speak to each other, texting and internet relationships are the norm and it is impacting our culture. I believe the human connection as we know it, is in danger. Finding time to spend together as a family unit can be difficult especially with dual family careers and children that are often hyper scheduled. My mission is to inspire families, with a no nonsense approach to real food. Gathering Around the Table is key to the foundation of familial relationships. Sitting down to a meal is much more than breaking bread, it is a bonding ritual for families that actually protects our kids from all the dangerous stuff in the world. With tips and techniques we can all get our families Around the Table!
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4 Responses to Children’s Holiday Classes Begin!

  1. Gary Abshire says:

    You are Outstanding! You Rock Lorie! – Gary

  2. David P. Crowder says:

    Lorie,  You are really busy, and that’s good.  Enjoy.  Dad

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