> The Beesley Buzz: Kids in the Kitchen: More savvy cooking!

Kids in the Kitchen: More savvy cooking!

I'm afraid I'm going to point you to our Nectar Savvy blog for another bit of Kids in the Kitchen cooking this week - but I promise it's the last time I'll send you over there for cooking because we've now come to the end of our Sainsbury's Basics Cookery challenge.

So after last week's epic week of cooking, we finished the week with:

Daniel's video recipe for Vegetable Frittata (do pop over and leave him a comment if you get the chance - he has done an amazing job of creating the recipe and cooking it even though he's only 8!)

And we got a bit silly in the kitchen with Miranda-style Vegepals! But don't worry, there was still no food wastage - You can find out the fate of our Vegepal friends here.

So whilst our cooking in the kitchen can be found over there this week, Miss T also had a very successful cooking session at our local Children's Centre.

She made a lovely Apricot Bread Pudding. And it was so simple to make too.

She buttered 2 slices of raisin bread, cut it into pieces and arranged in a dish. Then she added some chopped apricots. Then poured on a mix of 100ml milk, 1 egg and 25g of caster sugar (mix these 3 ingredients together in a jug first).

We brought it home to pop in the oven for 30 minutes at 180C.

It was so simple to make, and very yummy too!

If you have any posts about cooking with your kids, old or new, pop over to Raisie Bay and add them to the linky!

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  1. ohh I've been craving bread and butter pudding lately and apricot bread pudding sounds even yummier, and so simple to make too. I think Miss T is going to the Brilliant Chef a run for his money ;)

  2. Great post and great pictures! The Sainsburys challenge sounds like a good one...I wonder how I only hear about these things when it is too late and they are over!! Seems to happen a lot! Anyway, it looks and sounds as if your family have been having a lot of fun!

  3. That's a great idea to do with kids for small portions. I'm not a bread pudding fan, but my son would love it.

  4. Awe, super cute with the kiddos in the kitchen! Love the idea of Apricot Bread Pudding and now easy it looks to make, will definitely need to try this recipe :)

  5. What a good idea, I am trying to get my kids into cooking :)

  6. OMG Miss T is super cute with her tongue out buttering the bread! This does sound easy, I recon even Reubs and I could manage this :)

    I love cooking with Gabby (who's 7), she can now pretty much make banana cupcakes on her own. All I have to do is a bit of measuring (which she could probably do herself!) and just tell her what to add next. it's lovely!

    I love your veggy men/women too. Although the banana is clearly the baddy, right? Lovely post :) xxx

  7. Just love the tongue sticking out in concentration! Hope she'll make one for granny.

  8. Love your vegepals! The picture make me smile straight away! #LAB

  9. I would give an arm and a leg for that apricot bread pudding...it looks like a real winner! :) Well done that your children are so into their food...you're equipping them with a skill for life and ensuring that they eat healthy and homecooked (mostly!). We've seen an epidemic result from the loss of this vital skill! Enjoyed going through your post, as usual :)x

  10. Oh fantastic I didn't know there was a linky for kids cooking. Will do some with middle man and link up. Infact I might even give bread and butter pudding a go with him. I don't cook things I don't like but Im sure the boys would love it x

  11. Looks like she had great fun! #kindsinthekitchen


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