Young Chef in the Making
For the past couple of days my 4yr. old has asked a million times, “Is it time for my class yet? ” And I replied to that question more than I care to remember, “No, not until Thursday.” Well finally the big cooking day arrived! I could finally say that yes, it is time to cook!
The class we participated in was the Lil Chef’s Strawberry Smoothie class. Several days before the class, I was sent an email with the necessary ingredients and baking tools needed. Included in the email were instructions on how to log in to the class. (My older daughter was the official helper so that I could be the class photographer ;) )
On the day of the class, we logged on and got to see our teacher Sandie. Her son was her helper for this class. During the class Sandie gave instructions in the video. If we had any questions, we could type them in the chat box to the right.
Sweet success! She loved the smoothie and totally enjoyed the class. Her other sister and brother even asked if there were classes for them (there are). After the class was over, my 4yr. old, 8 yr. old and 12 yr. old made two more batches so that everyone in our family could have one (or two) glasses of this fantastic smoothie. They commented that it was so much better than the ones I make for them (little do they know that I still hid the Kefir in it—lol!)
What I thought:
Well you can probably guess that we liked this class! Yes, I could teach her how to make this myself, but I haven’t. I struggle with setting apart time to do formal cooking instruction with my little kids. Knowing that she was going to participate in her very own cooking class made it even more special for my daughter. Signing up made me accountable for getting the supplies and setting aside the time. The biggest perk was that all the planning and instructing was done for me by Sandie, but I was still able to share this experience and time with my daughter.
Teaching: I thought Sandie was a wonderful online teacher. She was very prepared and helpful. It was very easy to log in to the class and follow along. I appreciated that she threw in some nutrition information and other helpful cooking tips.
Lil Chefs Cooking Class- February (4 classes, $20 for the month)
Menu: Awesome Applesauce, Berry Parfait, Colorful Quinoa, Zucchini Muffins
Lil Chefs Cooking Class- March (4 classes, $20 for the month)
Menu: Peanut Butter Breakfast Shake, Green Eggs and Ham! Simple Snack Mix, Ice Cream 'n Apples
Lil Chefs Cooking Class – April (4 classes, $20 for the month)
Menu: Oatmeal Balls, Coconut Meringue Macaroons, Homemade Soft Pretzels, Grilled Bulleyes
You can get a feel for the online class experience by trying out Sandie’s Cinnamon Toast Lil Chef’s class for free.
She also has classes for 8yr old on up! Check out her Jr. Chef Classes too.
Disclosure: I was allowed to take this class for free for review purposes only. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am an affiliate of Currclick.
Labels: Reviews: Life Skills