It is nearly the week-end, that means more time with your family. Why not have fun with your kids making a home made snack? Not only they will eat something they have created themselves, but you can also include some learning like the ingredients, number…etc, depending on their age. I have kids from 3 to 14, so everyone can learn something. You also encourage them when they will be adults to prepare their own foods.
The recipe I share with you today came from my son’s cooking class. My children sometimes help me in the kitchen, but Yanis really enjoys cooking, and he has the chance to have different after school classes in his school, for the last term, he chose cooking class and a few days ago learned how to make these muffins. We decided that he is going to make them again for us at home.
They are very easy to make for kids, with basic ingredients, and taste really good, I think the parents ate more than kiddos. Anyway let’s go for the simple recipe, and even if you don’t have children, feel free to taste them.
For 8 muffins, you need:
– 100g self raising flour
– 50g caster sugar
– 50g butter cut into pieces, at room temperature
– 2tsp cocoa powder
– 25g dark chocolate chips
– 2 eggs at room temperature
You also need: mixing bowl, wooden spoon, cupcakes holders, baking tray.
1/ Pre-heat oven to 200 degrees Celsius(be careful to always assist your children around the oven)
2/ Place flour and sugar in a mixing bowl
3/ Add in butter and mix with wooden spoon
4/ Next crack in the eggs and mix until it reaches a creamy consistency with no lumps.
6/ Next stir in the chocolate chips(saving a few to sprinkle on top)
I would like to know if you are baking with your children? What are your kid’s favourite recipes?