We will make things like smoothies, pop popcorn in a lunch bag, make
green eggs (without the ham) in the microwave, and even make doggie
biscuits. At the end of the year, they will have their own cookbook and
notes on what worked, what didn't, and write or draw about the
If anyone has had success with a kid recipe that does not involve
actual baking, please share with Mrs. Davis. Thanks to Ms. McAnespie and Ms.
Weiner, we have wonderful resources, including a food processor, a
burner, and a microwave oven, plus a lot of cooking utensils.
Purpose: To catch student's interest while
they are young; To learn that food can be healthy and tasty at the same
Cost: The dues are $10.
Open To: This club is open to 12, first or
second grade students.
The meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, starting in September.
It is limited to 12 first or 2nd grade students.
<-- Check out the Recipes page for more yummy ideas.