We share with you our favorite recipes that are easy to prepare with children, even if they are very small.
Kitchen and child in the same sentence can often be synonymous with carnage. It’s not her fault, is it? They just don’t necessarily have the best coordination of their limbs. So as soon as you need to hold a spoon without spilling it everywhere, there’s no one around.
But since we learn from it, we’ve found some for you easily accessible, fun and good recipes (yes, we’re not stupid either) teaching them how to use a whip without necessarily sticking it in their eyes (or yours).
Yoghurt cake recipe
The yoghurt cake is THE classic for the little ones (but not only). Super easy to prepare and dose, it also has the distinct advantage of being very good and can be customized at will by adding chocolate chips, jam or anything that comes to mind. .
To prepare it you will need (keeping in mind that we are using the empty yogurt cup as a dispenser):
- A yogurt (cow or plant milk)
- 3 glasses of flour
- 2 sugar bowls
- 1/2 pot oil (or melted butter)
- 3 eggs
- 1/2 packet of yeast
- Optional : 1 teaspoon of orange blossom for flavor
First, we empty the yogurt cup well into a salad bowl. Then fill the yoghurt cup with flour, then with sugar. Add the eggs, toss, toss, and add half the pot of oil, yeast, orange blossom extract, or whatever else you want to add such as chocolate chips or apple chunks. We’re still stirring everything and trying not to fuck all over the place. Dip your finger into the batter to taste and transfer to a buttered dish.
hop, 35 minutes at 180 degrees in the oven! The cake is done when you can insert a knife blade in the center and it comes out without a trace.
The recipe for Coconut Rocks
You only need four ingredients to make these super residuey, good and fragrant cookies. To make about 12 bricks you will need:
- 60 g grated coconut
- 60 g powdered sugar
- 1 egg white at room temperature
- 1/2 teaspoon melted butter
In a bowl, mix together the melted butter and egg whites with a whisk. Gradually add the sugar until fluffy. We shouldn’t be doing Snow White either, huh, steady your wrist! Then gradually add the coconut while continuing to mix.
When it has come together well, you can use your fingers and those of your child to form small balls, which you can then place on a baking sheet lined with baking paper.
And hop it works in the oven at 180 degrees for 10-15 minutes (Rocks should be golden.)
Muesli bar with chocolate chips
So yeah, technically it’s not actually a cake, but it’s so good, healthy, and easy to make that I wanted to share my personal recipe with you. Yes, that’s me, altruistic, what do you want.
To make his granola bars (which can be made into granola if you don’t have a suitable mold and if you want), you will need:
- 100 grams of rolled oats
- A handful of whole almonds
- A handful of hazelnuts
- 100 g chocolate chips
- 2 tablespoons crushed almonds or peanuts
- 2 tablespoons of liquid honey
In a salad bowl, add the rolled oats, the chocolate chips, the handful of almonds and the previously chopped hazelnuts. Then add the peanut puree and the runny honey. Mix everything well and add some honey if you like.
If you have financial forms, that’s great, you just have to fill them with your preparation. If you (like me) don’t have one, you can spread your dough out about a centimeter thick on a baking tray lined with baking paper. When it’s cooked, all you have to do is manually cut your granola bars. They won’t be very square, but they’ll taste the same, I promise. You can also break everything up roughly and crumble them lightly to make a granola that you can add to yogurt.
Once your preparation is complete, we’ll get everything ready Bake in the oven at 170 degrees for 10-15 minutes. You can steep less or longer depending on your taste, whether you like it very crispy or not.
Come on, let’s prepare the best snacks!
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