Missy Chase Lapine, bestselling author and creator of The Sneaky Chef cookbooks whose passionate following learned how to cook delicious and nutritious meals for their families, is bringing her healthy cooking classes for kids and adults to the Shames Jewish Community Center on the Hudson, at affordable prices.
The Sneaky Kids in the Kitchen is a series of 8 age appropriate classes. Sign up can be for one class or up to 8 in the series. Who wouldn’t want a class with names like “The Real Me” (focus on real vs processed foods) , “Purple Power”(natural vs artificial food colors), “Chips and Dips,” (making tortilla chips), “Oodles of Zoodles ( making veggie spaghetti) “Go Bananas” (making banana ice cream), “From Yucky to Yummy” (pureeing spinach and blueberries into a brownie) and others.
Classes begin February 4 and run through May 18th. Classes for ages 3-5, 5-6, 7-8 and 9-12 are offered at different times on the same day. Go to www.shamesjcc.org and click on winter-spring youth classes.
For adults, Missy will offer a series of 7 cooking classes on integrative health and nutrition. Sign up can be for any amount. Kicking off the series is “Blends Cleanse”, a 1-3 day reboot de-tox given on Monday mornings to start off the week. Participants should come hungry and will leave class with all the food they need for their 1-3 day cleanse. Classes are offered monthly on Mondays through June.
In other classes, Missy will teach adults techniques that have earned her the title of Top 20 Most Influential Moms in Food. “Sneaky Swaps” reveals Missy’s tips on how to replace mayonnaise, sugar, refined flour and gluten. “Eating to Manage Arthritis “shows how certain foods can minimize inflammation. “What’s for Dinner” teaches fast and simple one-meal solutions.
For more information on other classes and to register, go to www.shamesjcc.org and click on adult classes.