Cooking Class : Whole Meal, Whole Foods

Cooking class- whole meal, whole foods

Cooking Classes are back…yay!  I look forward to fun times stirring up delicious meals.  And, yes, we are baking these delicious grain, sugar and dairy free brownies that are actually easier to bake than conventional brownies.

The goal of each cooking class is to help people feel more comfortable creating healthy meals from scratch using fresh ingredients. The classes are designed to equip guests with practical skills, nutritional and product information that encourage the transition away from processed foods and moving towards whole food meals.

 Whole Meal, Whole Foods             Saturday, February 15               11 a.m. – 1 p.m.                    $30.00  

The interest of eating plant-based, non-GMO and more economically has never been so high.  Here is a menu to serve family and/or guests that is all of the above and more.  Prepare it in its entirety, or prepare recipes separately integrating them into your own menu’s. 

I am often asked how to create a filling, well balanced, plant-based menu without an animal protein to build the meal around.  Join me in creating this satisfying meal of whole foods, seasonally appropriate:  hearty and aromatic Fennel White Bean Vegetable Soup accompanied by sweet and moist Pumpkin Cornbread It’s enjoyed by gluten and non-gluten eaters alike for its traditional cornbread flavor.  Also, bringing a fresh element to the table, rich in anti-oxidants is the Kale Pomegranate Salad.  Sugar, dairy and grain free Chocolate Brownies will round out the menu.  Yum!  Can’t wait to sit and dine with you!

* Recipes, beverages and lunch is included.

*All classes take place in our north side Spokane home.

*Children (ages 8-12) accompanied by a paying adult are welcome for an additional $10.00.

*Space is limited and prepayment is required.

*Please e-mail me @ for more info.

Here’s to cooking with you my friends!



4 Comments on “Cooking Class : Whole Meal, Whole Foods”

  1. Great class! Amy demonstrated healthy, easy recipes that look and taste fabulous. I left with many great ideas, from how to cut an onion so it’s easy to chop, to using fresh fennel bulb for a lovely flavor in soups, to using coconut oil and pumpkin puree for a moist and flavorful twist on cornbread, to properly cooking dried beans (sometimes mine didn’t soften well…now I know why). It was so great to end the class with a meal of all the demonstrated dishes. I highly recommend and will definitely attend more classes. Thanks, Amy.

  2. This was such a fantastic class. Amy does such a great job demonstrating that healthy cooking doesn’t have to be intimidating (she made and amazing brownie recipe in the food processor!) and that you don’t have to compromise on taste either! Along with learning some great new healthy recipes, it was a lot of fun spending time with friends in Amy’s beautiful home!! I will definitely be signing up for another class soon!

    -Tamara Cullen

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