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Baking with Kids

Fun activities for kids 

Spend some quality time with your kids and bake some delicious treats

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Baking with kids

My Bread Making Experience is also suitable for children.

Cooking and baking with your little ones it’s a fun way to introduce them new ingredients and encourages them to explore unknown tastes, smells or textures.

Rolling out dough with a rolling pin – or flattening dough with the hands – is a great way for kids to practice their coordination skills. Also, by following a recipe’s instruction (written or verbal), they can boost their sequencing skills.

Baking is also a fun way to introduce them new ingredients and more importantly it is a great way to spend some quality time with them!

Baking (and cooking in general) provides the opportunity to “get messy and creative” and my traditional baking experience is a great way to pass on Northern Irish food traditions from generation to generation with a hands-on approach in the kitchen.

The baking experience is an “active”, “hands on” experience:

– my bread does not contain yeast so there is no “waiting around” for the bread to raise

– I don’t use the oven: my bread is cooked on griddles

 

Did you know?

Research has shown links between learning cooking skills at a young age and a positve dietary pattern in adulthood. My baking experience is a great way to start developing an interest in eating healthy and getting knowledgeable about the food chain process: from raw material to cooked dishes. 

 

 

Baking with Kids

What is included in the experience?

    • Experience available for a group of 7 or more
    • Kids under 13 years are £ 25 and adults are £45 (one adult per 3 kids)
    • Four farls of soda bread to take home
    • Four farls of wheaten bread to take home
    • Four potato bread
    • Food and drinks throughout the session
    • Tools and Aprons are supplied

Enquire directly to arrange a date! 

 

Baking with Kids

Want to know more or check availability? Send me a message!

Get in touch with Tracey for more information.

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