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    Hosting Girl Scouts Mtg: Need Cooking Ideas!

    Liza at Food.com
    Mon Dec 12, 2011 1:57 pm
    Food.com Staff
    Hi guys,

    I'm hosting a scouts mtg this friday afternoon and i'm supposed to do a cooking demo for 12 little girls (yikes!)

    then half of the girls will head into my dining room to make chocolate dipped pretzels, deco them, let them dry, make gift bags, then package it all up for a gift for their parents.

    My question is: what should I do for a 20 minute cooking demo for 9-11 year olds AND then WHILE half the girls are doing the pretzels, I'm supposed to be leading a cooking project.

    Was thinking mini quiches and mini pizzas in muffin tins might be good..

    or soft pretzels with dif dipping sauces.

    I don't know, anyone got any experience with this? THANKS!

    (also posting in Q&A forum)
    Molly53
    Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:51 pm
    Forum Host
    Liza at Food.com wrote:
    Hi guys,

    I'm hosting a scouts mtg this friday afternoon and i'm supposed to do a cooking demo for 12 little girls (yikes!)

    then half of the girls will head into my dining room to make chocolate dipped pretzels, deco them, let them dry, make gift bags, then package it all up for a gift for their parents.

    My question is: what should I do for a 20 minute cooking demo for 9-11 year olds AND then WHILE half the girls are doing the pretzels, I'm supposed to be leading a cooking project.

    Was thinking mini quiches and mini pizzas in muffin tins might be good..

    or soft pretzels with dif dipping sauces.

    I don't know, anyone got any experience with this? THANKS!

    (also posting in Q&A forum)
    Since this is the season, why don't you have each little girl bring a clean, pint jar w/lid to your meeting. Have them assemble a gift in a jar. After they do that, let the demonstration be how to cook that item (soup, cookies, etc). Afterwards, they each have a portion to taste.

    GIFTS FROM THE HEART (link)
    Liza at Food.com
    Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:58 pm
    Food.com Staff
    weird, that's what they just posted in the other thread! I"m liking this idea!!
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