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Baking for Kids- Really Easy Cheesy Scones

These cheesy scones are so easy to make and only really need adult help with the oven and supervision with the cheese grater so are great for kids to make. Mine haven’t risen brilliantly but I think that is because I used plain flour with baking powder so instead I have swapped this recipe for self raising flour- they still tasted amazing though!

Ingredients (makes around 8-10)

225g self raising flour

55g butter

60g cheese

160ml milk

pinch of salt

pinch of pepper

Method

Heat the oven to 210C and cover a baking tray with grease proof paper

Mix salt and pepper into the flour and rub in the butter- try and use cold hands and not rub it too much- it should sort of look like breadcrumbs

Mix in nearly all of the cheese (leave a little for topping) and then slowly add the milk (again leave a few ml back)

Use your hands to pull it all together into a ball

Sprinkle flour on your worktop and rolling pin and roll out the ball until it is about 2cm thick. Stamp out circles using cutters.

Brush the scones with a little milk and then sprinkle with the leftover cheese

Bake for 12 -14 minutes and then leave to cool for a few minutes.

These scones are delicious eaten warm with butter.

 

 

 

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Cooking for Kids – Caramelised Bananas

Like lots of children I quite like cooking from time to time and love to make cakes and puddings.

I used to love this when I was a toddler and now I make it for my whole family- it’s really easy and my little sister can get involved.

Ingredients (serves 4)


3 large bananas
1 Orange (or a splash of orange juice)
25g unsalted butter
Cinnamon
Ice cream to serve

Method


Heat the butter in a large frying pan.

Chop the bananas into small pieces and add to the pan

Cover with a good squeeze of orange juice

Sprinkle with cinnamon

Allow to bubble until the bananas are soft and squishy and the sauce is thickened

Serve over vanilla ice cream

Delicious!





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Yummy no cook double chocolate nutty cereal bars

Yummy no cook double chocolate nutty cereal bars

 
We have been experimenting with lots of cereal bar recipes recently and after trying lots of different adjustments have found one we all really like. These yummy bars are very filling and are perfect for a quick breakfast or mid morning snack and ideal for an after football treat.
 
Try them yourself and see what you think!



 
Ingredients
 
220g honey
120g peanut butter
50g light brown sugar
50g cocoa powder
1 1/2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon of salt
170g stoneground oats
40g rice crispies
80g of white chocolate chips
 
Method
 
* Grease and line an 18 x 18 baking tray.
 
* Add the honey, peanut butter and sugar to a non metallic heat proof bowl and microwave on full for one minute
 
* Stir and heat for a further 90 seconds
 
* Stir again and whisk in vanilla, salt and cocoa
 
* Add the oats stirring all the time.
 
* Slowly add the rice crispies until all absorbed
 
* Add three quarters of the chocolate chips
 
* Press the mix down into the baking tray
 
* Sprinkle with the remaining chocolate chips and press down
 
* Refrigerate for at least 3 hours and then cut into bars
 
* The bars can then be wrapped individually for use through the week if you can resist eating them straight away!