AIS and Nestlé Healthy Active Kids virtual classroom

Our first virtual classroom was held on Friday 28 October 2016

You can now watch the recording of the virtual classroom and teach your students a healthy new recipe.

The webinar lesson includes information on portion sizes, lunch boxes and food groups.

To expand the video to full screen, you can click the YouTube logo in the bottom right of the video.

Nestle healthy active kids logo

The recipe

We will be preparing Vietnamese Rice Paper Rolls.

If you wish, you can have the ingredients ready for your students to prepare them during the webinar by following along with the instructions.

Please note, some of the ingredients will be pre-chopped or pre-cooked before the live webinar so if you plan to cook along with the show, you will need:

Ingredients for rolls

  • 1 packet noodles (rice/2minute etc)
  • 1 bunch of coriander/15 whole stems (pre-washed)
  • 2 medium carrots (pre-cut/grated)
  • 2 Lebanese cucumbers
  • 20 mint leaves
  • 2 cups bean shoots
  • 1 red capsicum (pre-cut, de-seeded and sliced)
  • 20 rice paper wrappers (22cm wide)
  • 200g cooked chicken (optional) (pre-cooked/chopped)

Ingredients for sauce 

  • Sweet chilli sauce
  • Juice of 1 lemon or lime
  • Soy sauce

Your hosts

The AIS and Nestlé Healthy Active Kids virtual classroom will be hosted by Chef, Kristen McQueen, and Australian javelin thrower, Kelsey-Lee Roberts.

Kristen McQueen chef
Kristen McQueen

Kristen McQueen is a professional Culinary Innovations Chef for Nestlé. She has eight years experience working in the Pastry Section of some of Australia’s best restaurants, alongside some of the best known Chefs in Australia.

Kristen has been a member of the Culinary Innovations team in Rhodes for eight years during which time she had created a large number of outstanding recipes.

Kelsey Lee Roberts
Kelsey-Lee Roberts

Kelsey-Lee Roberts is an Australian javelin thrower. She trains at the AIS in Canberra and her personal best throw is 63.92m. 

On her Australian international debut at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, Kelsey threw her way to the Commonwealth Games javelin bronze medal.

Kelsey competed in the 2015 World Championships in Beijing and she represented Australia at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.


Tag #HAKvirtualclassroom on Twitter during the webinar to send us your questions.