How does one make 96 deviled eggs with sanity? I’ve been super busy facilitating a meal for 100 with my foods class. It hasn’t left me much free time to blog. Since we’re making an Easter meal for a large quantity, I thought I’d remind you of my best deviled egg tricks and how I teach my students to make the World’s Easiest boiled eggs.
Since they were making a dozen eggs in each group, I had to share my best tricks with them. Here’s some eggs ready to fill in my class.
I make sure they whip it with the kitchen aid mixer whisk attachment.
Since we’re in bulk making mode, we might as well make butterhorn rolls while we’re at it.
Yes, my foods 2 class made 120 rolls today. It was fairly easy since we made a quadruple batch of these make ahead butterhorns the day before. We had the dough refrigerated and it took about an hour and a half.
They are going to be a scrumptious addition to our ham lunch tomorrow. This is our semi-annual Cougar PAWS meal that we make for our disadvantaged students. This year we sold teacher meals for $6 to fund the meals for the students. For every teacher meal sold, a meal goes to a disadvantaged student. This semester I shopped at Aldi and my students prepared enough food to feed 100 for $120. Our menu includes ham, scalloped potatoes, spinach and strawberry salad, butterhorn rolls and 100 of these adorable vanilla cupcakes made from scratch.
Now you can see why I haven’t had much time this week. However, it will all be worth it when two dozen students take home a meal over break. I’m excited my students were able to share their project on our local news and give back to our community.