Campbellsville High School students recently competed in a challenge to see who could make the best cookies.
Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant at Taylor County Extension Office, recently visited Deanna Campbell’s classes.
Freeman taught students how to make several types of cookies, so they could compete in the great cookie challenge.
Students made cookies that they might not have sampled before, such as banana oat cookies, plum oat bars and chocolate chip yogurt cookies, along with the traditional peanut butter cookies.
After the cookies had baked, students sampled each of them to see which they liked the best.
Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant at Taylor County Extension Office, helps CHS freshmen Hannah Hall and Brennon Wheeler measure their ingredients.
CHS teacher Deanna Campbell helps freshmen Gabriel Gutierrez and Zaria Cowan gather their ingredients.
CHS sophomore Jaylah Tucker cuts plums as senior Patrick Sapp cleans the group’s kitchen station.
Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant at Taylor County Extension Office, watches as CHS freshman Lilliana Hellard, at left, and Lisa Richter measure their ingredients.
CHS freshman Anthony Shipione measures ingredients.
CHS freshman Aleah Knifley measures yogurt for her group’s banana oat cookies.
CHS teacher Deanna Campbell, at left, helps freshmen, from left, Aleah Knifley, Tahler Franklin and Taliyah Hazelwood measure ingredients for banana oat cookies.
From left, CHS sophomore Jaylah Tucker, juniors Makala Antle and Lauren Riddle and freshman Anthony Shipione mix their plum oat bars.
CHS freshman Malachi Corley places his group’s peanut butter cookies in the oven.
CHS freshmen Zaria Cowan and Braden Paige scoop their chocolate chip yogurt cookies.