Easy Baking Recipes For Children
Is your child interested in Baking? Would they like to try a Baking recipe at home? Here at Club Hub, our directory is filled with thousands of baking classes for children, so we have spoken to a few providers to tell us about some Easy Baking Recipes For Children.
Chocolate Sugar Cookies – Easy Baking Recipes For Children
- 200g of plain flour, plus more for surface
- 0.5 of baking powder
- 0.5 of salt
- 125g of butter, softened
- 100g of caster sugar
- 1 small egg
- 0.5 or Tsp Vanilla Essence
- 30g of dark cocoa powder above 18%
- Pre heat the over to 160/175/gas 5 and line 2 small baking trays
- Sift the flour, cocoa and baking powder into the bowl of a stand mixer. Or hand mixer
- Add all the rest of the ingredients
- Beat for about 4 mins and remove
- Scoop out the dough and put it between 2 sheets of greaseproof the size for the tray you are going to bake on
- Be sure to use a cookie cutter, any leftover dough just roll out again until all the dough is gone
- Put it in the fridge for about an hour.
- Remove from the fridge and either keep rolling it on the grease proof or flour your surface and roll out the dough to about the height of a ! Coin.
- Be sure to sue cookie cutter, keep reshaping, off cuts until the dough is all gone.
- Bake in the oven for 12 mins and check to see if they are done, if so remove from the oven and leave to cool for 5 mins
- Move the cookies to a wire cooling rack and the dust with icing sugar
My grandmother taught me this recipe and my grandad make this kind of pumpkin cookie cutter and would watch over me bake. its really and easy (6 ingredients), I have memories of me eating these 5 mins after they came out of the oven.
When I got older I started adding orange icing for Halloween, simple 150g icing sugar, zest of ½ an orange and Tsp of the juice and that’s It, it’s the idea behind our Halloween Cookie Box .
Double this recipe and it makes 24, 6cm round cookies. They will keep for about a week in an airtight cookie jar (they will not last that long). This is a great recipes for kids to start to weigh ingredient’s out, as it’s all in one. . Timing is key, no more than 12 mins. I would invest in a kitchen timer (i have so many, sometimes i don’t know which one is going off). There is one free in our chocolate orange bread box!!!) shhh don’t tell anyone
About Britain Loves Baking
Britain Loves Baking the innovative response by 3 bakers, chefs and brothers who experienced the rapid decline of their catering and hospitality businesses in Australia and the UK, as the Covid 19 global pandemic took hold. Within weeks having reengineered their entire business they were delivering their inspirational their yummy baking boxes straight to UK consumers doors, but offering Quality and value (they have 241 on all small boxes) saving up to £17 !
They don’t offer subscriptions, bake what you want, when you want and using only the finest quality dry and ambient ingredients, measured and weighted our for you, so there is no waste or fuss. They use simple packaging, getting rid of all unnecessary frills means that they can focus the baking and making baking accessible to everyone.
Every box they create has a free step by step lesson on their you tube and facebook pages created by Libby Bates a very talented social media baker and the content is free to all.
Super Duper No bake Brownies – Easy Baking Recipes For Children
This recipe is so easy and delicious. We guarantee that every child, even the 3 years old can make it. Perfect activity when kids fancy something new and interesting to make.
- 65g oat flour
- 40g organic cacao powder
- 1/2 cup dark chocolate chips
- 40 g smooth nut butter of choice (like almond butter or peanut butter)
- 115g maple syrup
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1-2 tbsp plant milk of choice
Parents: Place all ingredients and tools on the table. Now you can enjoy your coffee and lets the kids have some fun.
Children: Mix well the nut butter and maple syrup together until the mixture gets smooth and soft.
- When you are ready add to the bowl the oat flour and cocoa powder.
- Use your strong muscles to stir very well and combine all ingredients together.
- Add 1 tsp vanilla extract and continue stirring until a thick and doughy consistency forms.
- The last step before you are ready is to add the chocolate chips to the dough mix them so that they’re evenly distributed.
- At this point you can add a tablespoon or so of plant milk if the mixture is too dry (optional).
- Voila your Super Duper Brownies are ready. You can taste them now, but for excellent results and to impress your guests we recommend to spread the dough evenly in the tin and place it in the freezer for 15 minutes so that the brownies harden.
- Cut them in small pieces / Don’t forget to use plastic or table knive – don’t make your mum worry!
If your children love baking and you want to make your relationship with them stronger we would love to join our Baking Family.
My name is Diyana and I help boys and girls between 3 and 13 years old to build confidence, learn life skills and make healthier choices through online healthy baking classes.
To learn more about us please visit www.dolcesenso.co.uk
Really Easy Pizza – Easy Baking Recipes For Children
- In a large bowl, mix 300g strong bread flour, 1 teaspoon each of instant dried yeast and salt. Stir in 200ml of warm (NOT HOT) water and a tablespoon of olive oil. Mix with a knife until you have a soft dough. Turn out onto a well floured board and knead for 5 minutes until smooth. Cover with a tea towel to prove.
- Heat oven to 240°C/220°C fan/gas 8 and oil your baking tray.
- Meanwhile assemble your toppings – mozzarella, salami, ham, peppers, mushrooms, basil leaves are authentic.
- Combine a jar of tomato passata with I jar of red pesto.
- Roll your dough into a circle, turning after every few rolls. Remember to keep your surface well floured. Once it is thin and round lay it onto your tray. Add a ladle or two of sauce and spread it out, then add your toppings of choice and half a ball of torn up mozzarella on top. ‼️GET A GROWN UP TO HELP HERE‼️Bake for 10-15 minutes near the top of the oven, but watch it
- This makes two large pizzas
Fun, Inspiring and Hassle-Free Cooking Club
Who We Are: AlwaysTimeToBake is a popular, well-established cooking club that offers cookery workshops in a domestic setting, as well as nurseries, pre-schools and schools in the Kettering area.
What We Do: We inspire children from 2 to 15 to have fun, discover new foods and learn an essential life skill.
Classes are small, informal and fun. We don’t believe in ‘dumbing down’ the food, even for toddlers. During the class we make nearly everything from scratch, typically preparing a meal for them to take home to cook and eat.
Why Always Time to Bake?
- We offer a wonderfully varied selection of age-appropriate recipes and take into account food allergies and dietary requirements for health or religious reasons.
- We always emphasise a healthy take on food, but believe it should also be something a fussy four or fourteen year old would want to eat. And it’s incredible just how many of them do eat whatever they make – we have seen some amazing transformations!
- We provide everything that’s needed.
- In school settings as all the food is prepared in class and taken home to cook, we don’t even need an oven
- We clear up all the mess!
- DBS Checked/5*Hygiene Rating/Paediatric First Aid.
Availability: To find out more or to book Always Time to Bake for your setting, please contact Karen on 07792013274 or [email protected]
We look forward to hearing from you.
Fruit Tarts – Easy Baking Recipes For Children
One of our favourites is the Fruit Tarts recipe! They combine the fun of baking with the use of fruit, adding a sprinkle of healthy!
- Make the base: you’ll need butter (100g), sugar (200g), flour (300g) one egg and a dash of vanilla extract. Have your little sous-chefs help you weigh the ingredients and let them mix and knead, which is like playing with edible Play-Doh!
- Once the dough is smooth and elastic, roll it into a ball, wrap in clingfilm and let it rest in the fridge for an hour.
- Roll out the pastry and use it to line the mini tart cases; bake at 180C for 15 minutes, or until golden.
- Once cooled, fill them with ready to use custard cream.
- Decorate with fruit! Your little sous-chefs can be creative and choose patterns and flavour combinations. Our recipe calls for slices of banana, strawberries and blueberries but you can tweak it based taste and the season.
My Little Sous-Chef is an innovative cookbook with a mission: to introduce kids to the magic of cooking. Our unique format comes in two volumes sold together, one for the parents and one for the kids: we call it tandem cookbook!
In the adult’s version you will find your recipes clearly explained and accompanied by beautiful pictures, with tasks for your little sous-chefs listed at the bottom of the page; in the kid’s volume you’ll find the same recipes, but with only those easier, child-friendly tasks fully illustrated for an easy understanding, even by pre- school kids.
We believe that cooking is fun, and a happy bonding experience for the whole family, that’s why the books focus on the teamwork between parents and kids. A reduced digital version of our book is available to download for free on Apple iBook – find out more on www.mylittlesouschef.com!
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