Thu, Dec 9, 2021
6:00pm - 7:30pm EST
Let's fill a cookie tin! Once you have completed all of the cookie tin collection classes, you will have a very well versed set of cookies in your tin! (sign up for one or for all of the classes in the Cookie Tin Collection)
A candy cane...that is a cookie?!? Yes please! Test your skills as your make cookie dough from scratch, separate the dough and dye it, and then give it a twist before baking! What fun.
- Children must be at least 5 years old to participate.
- Some children may need adult help with some of the steps or instructions.
- Adult supervision in the house is required for safety.
What you'll learn
- Kitchen safety
- How to read a recipe
- Responsibility of kitchen clean up
- Knife skills
- How to use measuring tools
- How to use kitchen equipment
- Problem solving
- Following directions
- Time management
- Listening and comprehension
Sample Class Format
Class will start with a brief introduction of the instructor and what the recipe will be, followed by an overview of what steps they will be taking to complete the recipe. The Tiny Chefs will then take a couple of minutes to wash their hands and get their aprons on! Instructor will make sure that everyone has enough time to complete each step before moving onto the next. Tiny Chefs are encouraged to ask questions during class, verbally or in the chat. (If there are more than 6 students in the class, a second instructor will join to help moderate the class and answer Tiny Chefs questions in the class.) Students will be prompted when they may have time to clean as they go. After we are done cooking everyone has a chance to taste their creation and discuss what they like or dislike about it, or to show off their creation!
Other Things To Know
Younger Tiny Chefs may need adult help using some equipment.
If a class does not meet occupancy, we will cancel the class and give a coupon for you to take another class. No refunds will be given. If the instructor is ill, we will reschedule the class for a later date.
How To Participate
Attend class via Zoom video
This class will be hosted on Zoom video conferencing platform. You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions. We recommend you make sure your device is up to date and meets all system requirements before class.
What To Bring
- Red sanding sugar
- Printed recipe (provided 1-2 days before the class, if needed earlier please reach out)
- Ingredients and equipment listed on the recipe
- Class prep (noted in your "what you need to know" e-mail
- Aprons are optional but highly encouraged. You can purchase a Tiny or Teen Chefs Apron here.
- Closed-toed shoes to avoid any accidents
Reviews for Tiny Chefs
4.7 out of 5
Based on 18 provider ratings
Jan 3, 2022
The pace, the instruction, and the patience of the instructor with all the participants.
Jan 1, 2022
Loved that you can have your questions answered throughout and the group was small.
Would like to have the list of ingredients sooner in order to plan easier.
Dec 20, 2021
This was a unique and fun recipe with multiple variations for decorating. The girls loved making them and giving them to family. Chef Tara was patient and great at making sure the kids were having fun and not lost.
Nothing at all. It was great!
Christmas Tree Piñata Cupcakes
Location: Online via Zoom | Instructor: Tara Gesling
Dec 20, 2021
Small class size, kids had autonomy to do hands on learning with enough guidance
Instructors seemed detached? Hard to describe, but like they were just going through the process, not that they were enjoying it. Wish the kids were able to take copies of the recipes home with them. There should be an option to accommodate for kids with food allergies (e.g., dairy/milk)
Dawson's Market - The Cookie Tin Collection - Melted Snowman Cookies
Location: Dawson's Market MD
Dec 19, 2021
Class was creative and fun
We were under the impression this was a baking class like the previous one we did, and realized it was only decorating afterwards. Though the class was a good and fun experience for my son and he really enjoyed it, I'm not sure $50 was a price deserved for just decorating.