Canola Eat Well to host free virtual ‘bake-along’

Home economist Emily Richards will demo savoury pizza swirl bun recipe

Families are invited to bake savoury pizza swirl buns with Emily Richards, a cookbook author and home economist.

Canola Eat Well is offering a free, virtual ‘bake along’ cooking course on Sunday, March 21.

Emily Richards, a professional home economist, Canada food guide contributor and cookbook author will demonstrate how to bake savoury pizza swirl or asiago garlic buns.

The class will celebrate Nutrition Month and Canadian canola. Baking with canola oil gives tasty results with a tender texture Richards said in a news release.

This may also be a great chance to get kids into the kitchen said Ellen Pruden, Canola Eat Well director.

“What a great way to bond with your children and spend an afternoon learning how to bake from one of Canada’s most well-respected cookbook authors,” Pruden said. “We love to see kids in the kitchen. They especially will love watching Emily Richards bake alongside them as she makes Savoury Pizza Swirl Buns.”

The class is at 2 p.m. EST on March 21. Pre-registration is required and space is limited. A list of ingredients, directions and link details will be sent to registrants in advance. Visit the Canola Eat Well website for more information or to register.

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