Imagine Northeast Iowa

A blogging extravaganza by, for, & about Northeast Iowa.

Plant Power: Very Veggie Kids Cooking Class | September 22nd in Decorah!
Facebook Tweet Google+ Pinterest Email More Sharing Options

Plant Power: Very Veggie Kids Cooking Class | September 22nd in Decorah!

Looking for a little fun for you and/or your little one(s) this fall? Feeling ready to amp up your healthy eating habits as school gets back into full swing? 

Look no further than the Oneota Community Food Co-op, Thursday, September 22, from 5:30pm-7:30pm.

Send your little superhero to this hands-on class where they'll take everyday veggies and turn them into superfoods! With a spotlight on fall produce, instructor Cerrisa Snethen will keep their hands and mouths busy creating beautiful, simple, & inspiring dishes kids can make at home.

Attendees will learn some great superhero facts along the way too, like just how protein packed certain plants are, and how to choose veggies at their peak for optimal awesomeness. Adults are not necessary but are welcome to join their little heroes for the class. Gluten-free options will be available.

Capes and/or costumes aren't mandatory but are definitely encouraged.

The cost for the class is $15 for co-op member/owners, and $18 community members.

Register now to secure your spot(s) or call the co-op at 563-382-4666.

About the instructor:

Cerrisa Snethen is a blog editor, mother, and a spirited fruit-and-vegetable enthusiast. Passionate about living a fantastic foodie life, she's got years of cooking, writing, growing, and dreaming about food under her belt. All this aside, she believes we're all on our own unique journey, and is an advocate for growing where we're planted and lovingly leading with her fork instead of her mouth. Check out some of her "Driftless Vegetarian" recipes at www.theflamingvegan.com.

Leave a Comment

  1. Imagine Northeast Iowa Support
    Imagine Northeast Iowa Support
    Thanks for the post!
    Log in to reply.

Sign Up to Vote!

10 second sign-up with Facebook or Google

Already a member? Log in to vote.