August Baking Project
We used zucchini ( a popular squash grown) and made brownies. The kids were hesitant to try them, but most thought they were pretty good. They did, however, love the homemade ice cream. We talked about how all the ingredients came from products from farmers. We had a good time eating our goodies!
Here are some pictures and the recipes that we used. Hope you can enjoy them at home!
Johnny Chapman aka Johnny Appleseed was born on September 26, so we did some math activities with apples and graphs. On Friday, we baked Apple Dumplings for our snack. They were pretty yummy.
I asked the class if they wanted something like potatoes or something sweet, and they chose something sweet. So, we made Devil Dogs. The kids did a good job of following directions. They were yummy!
Since we had so many November birthdays and it was a short month, we baked Christmas cookies the 9th of December. We gave some of the cookies to those who work in the offices, the cooks, the janitors, and the Edwards County Sheriff department. I hope the students understand it's better to give than receive.