Whole grains cooking class – January
December 6, 2010
All my life I have loved cooking and baking; what I don’t like are flops or blah recipes. I realized long ago that premium ingredients gave me better results, and that using whole grains gave me healthier results. In January I will be offering a whole grains, REAL-FOOD approach to a healthier diet, sharing some delicious and easy recipes and methods for healthier cooking and baking.
The class will be held at Little Red Hen in Dassel, Minnesota, and class participants are welcome to browse the shop for after-Christmas deals.
Really Good Real Food
Scrumptious, easy-peasy recipes that will introduce more healthy whole grains, nuts, and seeds into your diet. Cheryl will demonstrate some delicious recipes while explaining the health benefits of using wholesome and premium ingredients. From what you learn here, you will be able to go home and modify any of your own favorite recipes into a healthier version. Ever wonder what the difference is between pure cane sugar, raw cane sugar, and beet sugar? Or canola oil, olive oil, or coconut oil? Come and find out.
Come prepared for a delicious sampling of:
Almond Fruited Chicken Salad made with whole grain pasta
Fresh whole grain Quick Mix Bread Sticks
Hearty Oats & Honey Granola
Bogus Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chip cookies
Each participant will receive recipes, helpful handouts, and granola to take home.
January 10th, Monday 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Cost – $16.00
Register for this class at Little Red Hen during the December sale (December 9 – 11), or call Cheryl Niemela at 320-286-5384.
Email me with questions – firstname.lastname@example.org