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We know children enjoy cooking in school and often take recipes home and try them out. During lockdown its clear lots of you have continued to develop the cooking theme. So we thought it would be good to share recipes and pictures that you have enjoyed.
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Anna's Chocolate Crinkle Biscuits 

 

Makes about 35 Biscuits

Set fan oven to 170c or 190 normal oven or gas 5 

 

60g   Sieved Cocoa Powder 60 /70% (not hot chocolate mix)

200g Caster Sugar

60ml Vegetable Oil

2 x Large Eggs

180g Plain Flour 

1 x Teaspoon Baking Powder

Pinch of Salt

Approximately 40g of Icing Sugar

2 x Lined baking trays

 

 

1... Mix Cocoa powder, caster sugar, salt and oil together mix well then add the eggs 1 at a time mix until combined and smooth and lump free.

 

2... In a separate bowl mix the plain flour and baking powder together then add them into the cocoa mixture to form a dough if it is too soft put into the fridge to cool a little.  Set the oven to 170c fan.

Tip the icing sugar into a deep sided tub or pudding bowl. Take a teaspoon of dough mix (about 20g) form a ball in your hand and drop them and roll in the icing sugar to completely coat repeat till tray is full allowing a few centimetres between each ball to allow them to spread.

 

3... Bake in the middle shelf of the oven for 9 to 10 minutes. They will still feel a little soft (like a chocolate brownie) but will firm up as they cool. Leave on tray for 2 minutes then transfer onto cooling rack leave till completely cool store in airtight jar/ container keeps for 2 days. 

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Alice's Blueberry Muffins

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Alex's Apple Crumble

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Brooke's Snickers and peanut butter cookie bars

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Alice's Anzac Biscuits

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Harry's Indonesian satay chicken

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Alice's Pitta Crisps and Pea dip

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Brooke's Copycat Millies Cookies

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Alice's Rainbow Nice Cream

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Rainbow  Nice cream

A super healthy way to make your own ice cream using ripe bananas and odd bits of frozen fruit, also good for people with allergy.


Ingredients
Ripe bananas (broken up and frozen)
Other fresh or frozen fruit,
Coconut milk, yoghurt or milk just a little to mix.

You will need a food processor to make this

Method

Take your pre frozen banana chunks  and which ever fruit you choose :
Mango for orange
Strawberry for red
Blueberry for purple
Plain banana for yellow
Spinach or pea for green(you may want to sweeten this with a little maple syrup or any other sweetener)
Place your banana (about 1 banana per colour), and your fruit in the food processor, along with a couple of spoonfuls of yoghurt or milk. Turn on, it will be very noisy, blend till smooth. Continue with as many different fruits as you have. Place in a container either in stripes or swirls.
Enjoy!
If you refreeze it goes very hard so remove from the freezer 10mins before you intend to use it.
 

Alice's Pavlova

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Ice Cream in a bag by Alice

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Traffic Light Tarts

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