Lets bake! – Simple fun recipes to do with your kids. Please feel free to add your recipe to our list.

Banana Cake

140g butter, 140g caster sugar, 140g flour, 2 large eggs, teaspoon baking powder and 2 bananas.

1. Cream butter and sugar until pale and creamy
2. Slowly add eggs and a little flour.
3. Mash bananas and add to mixture
4. Fold in remaining flour and baking powder.
5. Pour into greased loaf tin (mines a 2lb)
Bake at 160 fan for around half an hour or until a skewer comes out clean.

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Cheesy Biscuits. Simple but great

120g flour
120g butter
120g cheese

Add a little water and mix into dough. Roll out and get the cookie cutters out. Bake until golden

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Cheese scones

55g butter or spread
225g self raising flour
Pinch salt
Pinch mustard powder
100g grated strong cheese
Enough milk to combine.

Method-rub fat into the flour until it resembles bread crumbs, add the dried ingredients and mix. Slowly add milk until it becomes a dough and roll out handling as little as possible. Cut in round discs and brush with milk, add a sprinkle of cheese and bake for 20 mins gas 6. These can be frozen

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Pineapple upside down cake.

Line a springform baking tin.
Place pineapple rings neatly.
If you like them fill the holes and gaps with glacè cherries.
Drizzle on golden syrup
Sprinkle with a little cinnamon.
Carefully spoon on vanilla cake mixture
For the cake mix;
Weigh 3 medium eggs
Then weigh out the same weight each of butter, self raising flour and caster sugar.
Cream butter ans sugar until fluffy, add eggs gradually, then flour.
Add half a teaspoon of vanilla extract.

Bake in an oven at gas 4 or equivalent for 45-60 mins.

Let cool for 30 minutes and turn out upside down onto a plate.

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Recipe Web Links

Millie’s Cookie Recipe (BBC Good Food) – These delicious cookies are easy to cook and taste as good as the real Millies cookies, with a crisp outer layer and a gooey centre these treats are best eaten warm but last well…if they last that long!!!

Yummy golden syrup flapjacks (BBC Good Food) – Bake these four-ingredient flapjacks – they’re easy to make and ready in half-an-hour. Add chocolate drops, desiccated coconut or sultanas, if you like

Spaghetti & meatballs (BBC Good Food) – Get everyone to help rolling meatballs and you’ll soon have one supper on the table and another in the freezer

Pizza Margherita in 4 easy steps (BBC Good Food) – Even a novice cook can master the art of pizza with our simple step-by-step guide. Bellissimo

Rainbow fruit skewers (BBC Good Food) – These vitamin-packed fruit skewers are a simple, colourful and fun way to get kids to eat fruit. They’ll love helping to make them too.