Respond to your classmates’ introductions. When responding to your peers, include:
· How you could adjust the recipe for a classroom or group setting.
· How you could adjust it for parents to make at home.
My Name is Jessie K. Davis, and I’m from Marrero, Louisiana. This is located within, Jefferson Parish, in southeast Louisiana. Five miles from the city of New Orleans. I come from a two-parent, working-class family, with strong southern roots.
I’m the youngest in my family. I’m proud to say, that I have two, fantastic older sisters. Both are very giving and strong women. Sadly I lost my middle sister in 2015, right after I graduated from Ashford University with an associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education. I’ve worked over the past decades in four very, different fields, before finally following my true path, Early Childhood Education. I worked in the horse racing industry, for the New Orleans Fairgrounds, first as a mutual (that’s a teller, who places bets for customers, at various racetracks across the country) in an O.T.B. (Off-track betting parlor). Later on as a Phone betting operator and customer service representative…… I placed bets over the phone at various racetracks across the country. Then retail, as a sales associate, cashier, and customer service representative, at a few major department stores. I bounced back and forth between these 2 fields in my 20’s and 30’s. Then in the medical field as a drug testing processor, and then at a plasma center, in the lab as a plasma technician. With all my jobs…I started at the bottom and worked my way up. I learned a lot from working in both industries. I’ve met some pretty amazing people, and acquired a few true friends along the way. In 2016 I started working for Headstart, as a teacher assistant, working with pre-k 3 and 4 yr. olds. October made 6 years for me; my goal is to acquire my Bachelors in Early Childhood Education, and transition to lead teacher.
My healthy snack is energy balls…that the kids call power pellets. They are made from toasted oats, mini chocolate chips, raisins, dried cherries, almond butter, honey, and drizzled with melted dark chocolate. They are a great energy boost for the kids, which taste good, and are healthy for them.
· 1 cup (80 grams) of toasted oats
· 1/3 cup (115 grams) of unfiltered honey
· 1/2 cup (125 grams) of almond butter
· 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips
· 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of vanilla
· 1/2 cup (80 grams) of dried fruit ( I used raisins and dried cherries)
Mix all the ingredients in a large bowl. Roll the mixture into small balls, then drizzle with dark chocolate and refrigerate. I usually serve them with julienned carrot, and sweet bell pepper sticks, along with a small cup of plain Greek yogurt drizzled with honey, and chilled flavored water.
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