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...Recipe: Bean Dip with Nachos or Pitta Bread A popular story about a popular food. The Queen knows exactly what she wants to eat (for every meal). Make a different dish for your baked bean kings and queens.What you need Ingredients 400g...
... tablespoonfuls of the mixture onto the baking sheets and gently make a hollow in each nest with the back of the spoon. Bake at 110°C (225°F), gas mark ¼ for about 3 hours, until the meringues are firm and come away from the parchment...
... into the Three Bears house or Cafe. Use porridge oats to make flapjack. Mix 350g oats with 150g brown sugar, 175g melted butter or margarine and 1 tablespoon golden syrup. press into a baking tray and bake at 190°C (375°F) for 25 mins....
... blueberries (fresh or frozen) 1 egg 250ml (1 cup) milk 2 tablespoons cooking oil paper baking cases If you can get really small baking cases you can make lots of tiny muffins. Equipment a large mixing bowl a sieve a teaspoon and a fork...
...Recipe: Honey Buns Help children to manage a new arrival by sharing this story, where a new baby triggers a torrent of bears!What you need for 12 Honey Buns: Ingredients 225g (8oz) self raising flour a pinch of salt 1 level teaspoon...
... or concentrate on making faces and use ready made ones. Ingredients packets of round biscuits (eg Digestive, Rich Tea) icing made from 225g (8oz) icing sugar and 2 tablespoons of water food colouring gravy browning For decorating: sprinkles, small...
... tablespoons cooking oil 220g (8oz) popcorn kernels (try a health food store if you have difficulty finding it) darning needles wool or coloured thread Equipment a large saucepan with a tight fitting lid a large bowl a tablespoon Food colouring...
... or small plastic containers.Ready for more? Explore other liquids as they freeze and melt. Make some big blocks of ice in plastic boxes and float them in the water tray. Watch as they melt. Make ice with food colouring in and see what happens as it freezes. Freeze tiny objects (sequins, beads, berries, pebbles) in ice cubes....
... baking trays. (Make holes in the top with a straw if you want to hang the figures up). Cook for 10 to 15 minutes, depending on size. Transfer to wire rack. When cool, use icing to make faces, buttons, etc.Ready for more? Act out the story -...
...Recipe: Fruit Sticks with Honey Yogurt Handa had so many different fruits in her basket. Buy some and have a different sort of snack time.What you need for 6 to 8 children: Ingredients 220g (8 oz) plain or flavoured yogurt 1 tablespoon...