In a recent cooking class the group made strawberry ice cream. The ingredients used were low-fat milk, vanilla, sugar, strawberry, ice, and salt. It was a delicious treat for the nice warm weather we are beginning to experience.
First the group had to combine ingredients together, including one cup of milk, half teaspoon of vanilla, and two table spoons of sugar.
First, they they put all the ingredients in small bags.
Then, they filled gallon sized bags with ice and salt, and placed the bags that contained liquid into the bags of ice. Lastly, they shook them as hard as they could until it was hardened and thick.
This is what some of the clients involved had to say about the snack:
“I helped in cooking class today by chopping strawberries.” – Dawn
“My favorite part of cooking class today was shaking the Ice cream bag.” – Nelson
“I can remember one of the ingredients used in the snack today. It’s called low-fat milk.” – Nikki
“Of course, I liked the snack today.” – Mike.
“Today I learned that food can be a science experiment.” – Job Coach
Michael H. is a writer and blog contributor, and one of our Clients at CSN. His column covers stories and interviews from Friday cooking class, as well as other fun projects.