Anna Reeves is the founder of Tiny Chefs, Inc, a company which provides interactive cooking parties and classes for children ages 4 to14. Anna was inspired to create Tiny Chefs by combining her experience teaching young children with her passion for cooking and baking. Tiny Chef's cooking classes and birthday parties support Anna's philosophy that children deserve the opportunity to explore food, nutrition, and cooking at their individual pace of learning. Anna grew up as a child baking with her mother and trying out new recipes for friends and family. As an adult she continues to grow her skills through various cooking and baking classes. Anna has obtained a M.S. in Reading and Literacy from Walden University, as well as a B.S. in Elementary Education from College of Saint Rose. She has been teaching elementary school for 8 years, and is currently a kindergarten teacher at Norwood School in Bethesda, Maryland. For the past 4 years Anna has taught enrichment cooking classes to children ages 5 to 9 at Norwood School.
Fun Desserts for Kids
Anna Zeccolo with Tiny Chefs demonstrates how to make fun desserts for kids.
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Fun Desserts for Kids
1/2 a roll of sugar cookie dough
3 tablespoons of white chocolate chips
3 tablespoons of milk chocolate chips
2 tablespoons of a chocolate hazelnut spread
2 tablespoons of sugar
1 tablespoon of cinnamon
2 tablespoons of melted butter
Refrigerated bread stick dough
1 four serving package of vanilla or chocolate pudding
2 cups of milk
2 cups of whipped topping
4 or 5 Oreo cookies
Thumbprint surprise cookies:
Sugar cookie dough
1/2 cup of sugar
1/2 cup of jelly
Hi, my name is Anna Zeccolo with Tiny Chefs. We offer cooking classes and birthday parties that are both fun and educational in the Virginia, Maryland, and D.
C. areas. I've been an educator for over ten years. I have come across some exciting recipes along the way that kids just love making. Today, I am going to show you how to make Fun Desserts for kids. We will make Chocolate Pizza, Cinnamon Buttons, Dirt Cups and Thumbprint Surprise Cookies. Each recipe is quick and easy and only requires a few ingredients and materials, such as a baking sheet a rolling pin, a spatula, and a few other ingredients that I'll explain along the way. Safety is really important when working with children in the kitchen. As an adult, you always want to supervise children with knives, and you always want to take things out of the oven and put things in. Now, we are ready to make fun desserts for kids.