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Baking Challenges

Baking Challenges

Whilst I'm at home I've been doing lots of baking. Can you complete one of our baking challenges? 

If you manage make something delicious food, please email me on ightenhillclass4@ightenhill.lancs.sch.uk so I can share your amazing work on this page!

Olympic cooking skills for KS1

Olympic cooking skills for KS1 1

Mrs Taylor's Banana Loaf- perfect with a brew!

Mrs Taylor's Banana Loaf- perfect with a brew! 1
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Can you make some shortbread?

Mrs Wilkinson has made a video on how to make shortbread this week. To watch the video, click on 'fun things to do' then click on 'story time' and you will find the video in there.

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Can you bake a brownie?

 

Ingredients                                                        Here are the brownies I made this week

 

Method

  1. Heat the oven to 190C/170C Fan/Gas 5. Line a 20x30cm/8x12in baking tin with baking paper.

  2. Gently melt the butter and the sugar together in a large pan. Once melted, take off the heat and add the chocolate. Stir until melted.

  3. Beat in the eggs, then stir in the rest of the ingredients.

  4. Pour into the prepared tin and bake for 30–40 minutes, or until the top of the brownie is firm but the inside still feels soft.

  5. Take out of the oven and cool in the tin. Cut into 5cm/2in squares when cool.

Yummy Fruit Kebabs

 

You might like to try making some fruit kebabs for a healthy snack. You can use any fruit for these, just use what you have. It can be fresh fruit or tinned, they are both just as healthy. If you don't have skewers, you could make mini kebabs using cocktail sticks. 

 

You will need;

 

  • any fruits
  • a board
  • a knife (parents help needed)
  • skewers or cocktail sticks

 

 

Method

 

  • Peel fruit that needs it and remove any seeds or cores- adult help required!
  • Chop each fruit into bitesize chunks- again adult help required. 

 

                    

 

  • Thread pieces of fruit onto the skewers. Why not try creating a repeating pattern with the pieces of fruit?     

                                                                     

 

  • Finally, enjoy!

                                 

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