Kids in the Kitchen: Gingerbread Cookie Class (Sold Out)
In this class for kids, we will roll up our sleeves and create beautiful, deliciously edible art. Kids will first master how to read a recipe and measure ingredients, then go on mix, roll, and cut the gingerbread cookie dough. While the cookies bake and cool we will read a holiday story. After the cookies have cooled, we will use a variety of holiday-inspired food items to decorate them. Kids can take home their special cookies and share them with their families!
This class is great for kids 6 and up. Adults are welcome to stay, or they can enjoy a tour of the Mansion while we work.
Spaces are limited, sign up today!
The cost per child is $20.
Parents’ Admission: Free for Members, regular admission for Non-members.
To register, click here.
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