⁣Lesson Plan: ⁣Easy Snacks for Sleepovers - Quick and Delicious Recipes for Late-Night Fun!

1 Views· 10/10/23
2 Subscribers
In Food

⁣Lesson Plan: ⁣Easy Snacks for Sleepovers - Quick and Delicious Recipes for Late-Night Fun!
Grade Levels: 9-12

- To teach high school students easy and tasty snack recipes that are perfect for sleepovers or late-night gatherings.
- To promote cooking skills, teamwork, and creativity in the kitchen.
- To provide students with a variety of snack options for entertaining guests.

Common Core Standards:
- CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.11-12.7: Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in different media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively) as well as in words in order to address a question or solve a problem.
- CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.9-10.2: Write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately through the effective selection, organization, and analysis of content.

- Ingredients for each snack recipe (e.g., chips, popcorn, bread, toppings, spreads)
- Cooking utensils (baking sheets, mixing bowls, knives, cutting boards)
- Optional: Visual aids or videos demonstrating snack preparation techniques


1. Introduction (10 minutes)
- Begin the lesson by discussing the appeal of sleepovers and late-night snacking.
- Engage students in a discussion about their favorite snacks for sleepovers and any experiences they have had with preparing snacks for gatherings.

2. Snack Safety and Hygiene (10 minutes)
- Review basic food safety practices with the students, discussing proper handwashing, ingredient handling, and cleanliness in the kitchen.
- Explain the importance of reading and following recipe instructions accurately.

3. Snack Recipe 1: Loaded Nachos (20 minutes)
- Provide students with the ingredients and demonstrate the process of making loaded nachos:
- Arrange tortilla chips on a baking sheet.
- Sprinkle shredded cheese, diced tomatoes, sliced jalapenos, and cooked ground beef or beans over the chips.
- Bake in the oven until the cheese is melted and bubbly.
- Allow students to practice making their own loaded nachos in pairs or small groups.

4. Snack Recipe 2: DIY Popcorn Bar (20 minutes)
- Provide students with plain popcorn and a variety of toppings and seasonings, such as melted butter, grated cheese, caramel sauce, chocolate drizzle, and various spices.
- Demonstrate the process of creating a DIY popcorn bar, where students can customize their own popcorn flavors by adding toppings of their choice.
- Allow students to practice creating their own popcorn flavors and combinations.

5. Snack Recipe 3: Mini Sliders (20 minutes)
- Provide students with small buns or rolls, pre-cooked meat (e.g., beef patties, chicken tenders), cheese slices, and condiments (e.g., ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise).
- Demonstrate the process of assembling mini sliders by placing a cooked meat patty or chicken tender on a bun, adding a cheese slice and desired condiments.
- Allow students to practice assembling their own mini sliders with various combinations of meat, cheese, and condiments.

6. Snack Recipe 4: Sweet Quesadillas (20 minutes)
- Provide students with tortillas, Nutella, peanut butter, sliced bananas, and any other desired sweet fillings (e.g., strawberries, marshmallows, chocolate chips).
- Demonstrate the process of making sweet quesadillas by spreading Nutella or peanut butter on one side of a tortilla, adding sliced bananas or other sweet fillings, and folding the tortilla in half.
- Allow students to practice making their own sweet quesadillas with different fillings and flavors.

7. Presentation and Tasting (20 minutes)
- Allow students to present their prepared snacks to the class, explaining the recipe they followed and any additional toppings or variations they added.
- Encourage students to taste different snack options and share their thoughts on the flavors and combinations.

8. Reflection and Writing Activity (20 minutes)
- Engage students in a reflection activity, asking questions like "What did you learn about preparing snacks for sleepovers through this experience?" and "Which snack recipe was the most enjoyable to make and why?"
- Assign a written informative/explanatory text where students describe the four snack recipes, including ingredients, preparation steps, and creative variations.

Common Core Labels Correlations:

Recipes:https://tasty.co/recipe/pizza-....onion-ringshttps://t check out classic Tasty recipes on our NEW @tastyrecipes YouTube page ?https://bzfd.it/2VU9ZvbWe’re mindful of how the current coronavirus outbreak might be affecting your access to stores and general grocery items. Please know that many of these videos were filmed before the outbreak and additional new videos filmed by our producers, working safely from their homes, may look and feel different than what you’re accustomed to. We don’t expect you to make all of our recipes now, but we hope you’ll find it a joyful distraction that’s entertaining, inspiring, and worth saving for a future food challenge or meal shared with friends.Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/101713GET MORE BUZZFEED:https://www.buzzfeed.comhttps:....//www.buzzfeed.com/v RecipesWelcome to the official YouTube channel for all your Tasty recipe needs. Join us as we dig into loads of fun and drool-worthy dishes. From easy make-ahead meals to dinner party showstoppers, grab your apron and let's get cooking! Craving seconds? Subscribe!Connect with Tasty:Shop the NEW Tasty Merch: https://bzfd.it/shoptastyyoutubeShop the Tasty Kitchenware line: https://t.co/0dPSuobra7Subscribe to Tasty Newsletters: https://bzfd.it/2SC4h0SCheck out our website: https://www.tasty.coFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buzzfeedtastyLike us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/buzzfeedtastyFollow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/tasty

Show more

 0 Comments sort   Sort By

Up next