Posts Tagged “Kids In The Kitchen”

The Castle – Sat 1st Nov 2014

By | November 1, 2014

It’s done, the homework that’s been a family effort, that we’ve been working on all week. The task was to build a castle and it was the last three words that T wrote in his planner that got me thinking…”can be edible”. Images of a castle with biscuit bricks presented themselves and I think at […]

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T’s Rustic Crumble #KidsInTheKitchen

By | October 28, 2014

Now that half term is here, I’m looking forward to doing some baking with T and D, but in the meantime here’s a dish that he made in Food Tech and brought home for us to devour evaluate. I’ve called it “Rustic Crumble” as T chose to leave the skin on the fruit and it […]

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Mad Minion Open Sandwich #KidsInTheKitchen

By | September 18, 2014

T had a challenge for Food Tech (I guess, Home Economics as was) this week, to design and create an Open Sandwich (ie. a sandwich without bread on the top). We decided on something fun, a Mad Minion Open Sandwich, mad to reflect the colour of its eyes as the only alternative we could think […]

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Baked Doughnuts #KidsInTheKitchen

By | August 26, 2014

This week’s recipe is one that I’ve seen in variation on so many blogs, but wanted to try it for ourselves. It took a while to track down the book I got the recipe from, but it was worth the wait, it’s packed full of speedy, but tasty looking recipes. I didn’t take any pictures […]

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Cheese Scones #KidsInTheKitchen

By | August 20, 2014

One of my little extravagances if I pop into town, is a cheese scone from M&S, no butter or margarine with it, just on its own. Town trips are few and far between in the summer holidays as getting T beyond our garden fence is a challenge, he just prefers to be at home. So, […]

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Find The Freddo cake #KidsInTheKitchen

By | August 12, 2014

Today’s recipe is just yummy, a wonderfully moist chocolate cake. Forget the calories for a while and just enjoy! The secret to getting that fabulous moist bit within the cake is what happens after it’s cooked. It’s a recipe I found online and have experimented with it. The addition of baking powder in the original […]

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Blackberry Ice-cream #KidsInTheKitchen

By | August 4, 2014

I’d never attempted to make ice cream before yesterday, not sure why now. It was soooo easy and the finished colour was amazing. Lots of scope to adapt and experiment with different fruits too. This recipe came from nigella.com but I adjusted the ingredient quantities a bit. Blackberry ice-cream: Equipment needed: Small saucepan Wooden spoon […]

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Blackberry Crumble Squares – Sat 2nd Aug 2014 #CountryKids #KidsInTheKitchen

By | August 2, 2014

D and I have had a bit of a girlie day today, whilst the menfolk were at football. Our day has involved the Deep Dark Wood, some baking and some kitchen dancing – perfect! Earlier on in the week, we all went blackberry picking, things got a tad competitive and D and I decided to […]

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Fruit Pops #KidsInTheKitchen

By | July 27, 2014

We’ve been having fun in the kitchen today, a bonus for me that it involved a few giggles and some fruit too. Today’s recipe came from adaption of a feature in D’s Girl Talk Art magazine, it was entitled “Brilliant Bananas” but our version is more of a cake-pop effect, so we’ve called them Fruit […]

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Banana and Choc Chip Loaf

By | July 22, 2014

One of my favourite childhood memories is baking with my Grandma, her sponge cakes and rock cakes were just lovely and if she’d run out of a particular ingredient, she’d put an alternative in and it would be fab! It’s something I want to experience more with T and D, especially as it’s a way […]

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