Fun baking recipes that you and your kids will love
There is nothing nicer than spending a free day making a soft loaf, a Mediterranean focaccia or cute koala rolls with your children or grandchildren. Baking together creates a strong bond as well as being educational.
baking is very educational
Baking teaches children to prepare a dish themselves. They learn to weigh, mix, knead and much more. If they are baking for the first time, start with a video recipe film that is easy to follow, like this one for soft white bread or this one for a Mediterranean focaccia. If the kids have already done some baking, you can make things more complicated by trying a creative tear-and-share bread or cute koala rolls.
|watch one of our tutorials together||or bake cute koala rolls|
let them make decisions
Let the children join in with the decision-making. What recipe are you going to make? How are you going to decorate the recipe? Who will knead the dough? In this way you will encourage them to express their opinion.
have fun together
Don’t forget to have fun. Let the children tell you all about what they have been doing recently. But also enjoy the quiet moments. Admire how hard they work and how well they are concentrating.
|Bart's son learned to bake this beautiful bread||Aurélie and her sons like to make focaccias|
Kids have a lot of imagination. Let them use their creativity to decorate the rolls or decorate the sandwiches, focaccias or blinis.
enjoy the result
Finished baking fluffy naans? Are your blinis beautifully decorated? Or are your rabbit rolls done baking? Then it’s time to taste and enjoy the delicious dishes you have prepared together.
|bake a Mediterranean focaccia||or create cute little rabbit rolls|
|you can make blinis with fresh chocolate paste||or a creative tear-and-share bread|