Oil for greasing
4 rashers back bacon
1 heaped tablespoon sweet corn
1 tablespoon grated cheese
Freshly ground pepper
1 tablespoon chives
Salad Dressing in a Jar The easiest way for children to learn to make a salad dressing is to assemble the ingredients in a jar and give it a really good shake. Dressings need a really good mix in order to emulsify, and shaking it is quite a good way to do that without getting an achey arm whisking or splashing everywhere. This video version from Look and Taste Tips youtube channel is a mustard one (because it was made to give a great tip about using up the last sc...
Frozen Banana Crunch Popsicles This is a fun alternative to an ice lolly, with a portion of fruit shoehorned in. We found it on Baking Bites and there are clear instructions there on how to make it. Because the banana is frozen and has a sweetened crunchy coating it feels more of a treat. We have also seen versions using crushed up Special K type cereals - especially good are the ones with the berries as you get little flakes of chewy red in the coating. You can use a pes...
Egg Herb Garden This is a fun way to grow a small herb garden, which would make a sweet gift from a child to a cook in their family. The infographic below shows you all the steps you need to know, the main thing is to take the top off carefully so you may want to help children with this or take the top off before they get started. Large plants will obviously need transplanting - this one features a tomato which would need potting on. But chives, basil, thyme, parsley,...
Bird's Nest Easter Cakes Every childhood should include making an Easter egg nest cake, and there are various traditional versions using shredded wheat, cornflakes and other breakfast cereals. We found this version on Oscar's Lunch youtube channel- it is a cute little time lapse video running you through the steps to make it in less than a minute. There is also a proper recipe and instructions over on the delightful Oscar's Lunch blog, which you can find here....