Quick and easy Valentine’s Breakfast Ideas with Sprouts Cooking School – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

We can feel the love in the air!

In our kitchen today, Stephanie Drewry, Owner of Sprouts Cooking School and her daughter Grace, show us how to make a Valentine’s Fondue and some yummy pink heart-shaped Cinnamon Rolls.

Sprouts Cooking School is Indiana’s only dedicated kids cooking school, featuring cooking classes for ages 3-13.
We’re located at 13190 Hazel Dell Pkwy, Carmel, IN 46033 (near Main Street and Hazel Dell Pkwy).
We are peanut and tree nut free cooking school. Additionally, we do our best to accommodate any other allergies if given advance notice at the time of booking.
We’re passionate about nurturing adventurous palates, building a strong foundation for a lifelong love of cooking and encouraging all families to cook together. Sprouts features:
· single session cooking classes
· special family fun cooking classes
· an exclusive MemberChef® program featuring skill-based culinary curriculum
· seasonal cooking camps
· and cooking themed birthday parties (currently with a birthday box virtual party option)
Our MemberChef® program is modeled after culinary school and is intended for students who have a true passion for cooking and want to elevate their skills in the kitchen. Each month our curriculum focuses on a specific culinary

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A New Year begins, but as we look outside, nothing much has changed. Here in eastern Ontario, Canada, we are usually confined to a deep freeze for the next two months. The only thing that’s new is the latest dumping of snow. Our hearts yearn to work once again in the gardens, which are presently sleeping under a hard, frozen crust. We anxiously await the latest seed catalogues and magazines, ready to bury ourselves in our favorite chair with a hot cup of tea the moment they arrive.

It’s important to keep our spirits up — and keeping our houses looking and feeling fresh is a good start. If our surroundings are stagnant, we will not be operating at our full potential. Remember to throw open the windows for a short period of time every couple of days to circulate the air in your house. Fresh air and a connection to nature does wonders for the soul!

One way of keeping our homes looking fresh and keeping things exciting, is growing edibles indoors. This can be accomplished by Read More