Parents ONLY: What positive changes did you see in your child after the 2nd grade "Mrs. Sheets Cafe' and the lst Thanksgiving"?
What did you like this year at Mrs. Sheets Cafe for 5th Grade? Tell me so we can make the next Cafe even better.
This year I have tried to introduce substitutes for the many allergies that are facing my students. Therefore, I did a gluten free granola and used Sun butter and Soy butter for the students to try as a replacement for peanut butter. Tell me what you thought..
I made Scottish eggs this morning for a teacher breakfast and they were high in protein and a great way to start the day. You start with making hard boiled eggs. I do this by putting eggs in cold water and bring them to a boil . Once they are boiling, I take them off the stove, cover them and let sit for 10 minutes. I take one out and spin it to make sure it is done. (If the egg is done it will spin very fast).
I then take 1 lb of sausage for 4 eggs cut it into portions and flatten it out and wrap it around the egg. I added 2 tsps of worchester sauce and 1 tbsp of flour with a little bit of fresh pepper. Dip this sausage egg roll in one freshly scrambled up egg and then into 2/3 cup of breadcrumbs (panko or italian) set on your broiler pan in your oven for 25 minutes to 35 minutes (should be brown and crusty) at a temperature of 400. Enjoy!
I am not sure I have the answer to this but I have observed that kids if they can articulate why they do not like a food, it is more likely that you can change its appearance or put it into something else like a smoothie for them to eat. Almost 100% of students will eat spinach if you put it in a shake. Remember just a little bit changes the color to green. I am not talking about a milkshake but a veggie shake with fruit. Please send me your recipes that work at your house.