I LOVE cooking in the classroom. (If you aren’t new here, you know this!) I created these recipes when I was still teaching full time- and I based them around my students needs AND interests! The monthly bundle of recipes gives you four recipes a month for the entire year- and includes all the themes you could imagine- so fun! Will you be cooking this February in your classroom? Read on to see my favorite February Visual Recipes.
First up, when you are just starting cooking in the classroom… you DO NOT need a kitchen! You just need a few core materials to make this work, usually a microwave and a mini fridge and some simple kitchen materials. I (affiliate) linked a few below for you to get you started.
((This blog post contains affiliate links for your convenience. You don’t pay any more by clicking my link (and I actually find the best prices for you!) but I make a small commission off of sales. This helps me to test out more materials and bring you more quality content. Thanks for supporting my little blog!))
The first recipe in this set is an all time favorite. Everyone loves a good milkshake and this one turns out to be the most beautiful pink- perfect for Valentine’s Day!
I learned about cooking in the classroom from an AWESOME SLP who made something with cereal EVERY WEEK! She was super creative and the kids loved it! Heart mix is a favorite in every classroom I’ve ever been in!
Queso is a superbowl standard! I just had to include a simple version to make in the classroom! All you need is a microwave for this one! It’s the perfect introduction to both a warm and (semi) spicy snack!
Chocolate covered strawberries are a STANDARD Valentine’s Day treat. This is the perfect snack to make and pass out to all of your favorite people in your school! Which turns out to be a great LIFE SKILL and SOCIAL SKILLS lesson!
Every recipe comes with all the pages seen above. An ingredients list, recipes page, sequencing page, quick quiz, and student survey! I love sending these home to parents to help them learn what their student loved or didn’t love- and they may even try the recipe together at home.