Top Ten Christmas Bakes for Children

The school Christmas holidays are looming and soon you’ll want lots of different activities to occupy over-excited children whilst you wrap presents and stuff stockings. Here are ten baking ideas we think are ideal for the festive season. Suitable for young children, teenagers and all those wanting to channel Mary Berry and get their Christmas bake on…
   These cupcakes are the ideal way to get the children into the kitchen, and the decoration is simple but very effective.
    These classic Christmas biscuits look beautiful as edible decorations on the tree.
   These super simple, dairy-free truffles make for a perfect present from the children to the grandparents.
4. Christmas pudding Rice Krispie Cakes
   These peanut and raisin rice krispie cakes are effective, easy and festive bakes for Christmas.

5. Chocolate Chip Cookies
   These chocolate chip cookies speak for themselves. Just try to stop the children (and yourselves!) from eating all the raw dough before it goes       into the oven…

6. Chocolate Snowflake Cookies
   Beautiful, festive looking cookies with minimal decoration required.             What’s not to love!
7. The best ever chocolate brownie
   Quite a bold statement, but you’ll never know if you don’t try them! An       easy recipe for a young, aspiring baker.

8. Edible name place biscuits
   Delicious looking biscuits that make for great name places on Christmas       Day. Simple, mint-flavoured and fun to make with kids!

9. Peanut Butter Fudge
   An easy fudge recipe that’s perfect for kids. Wrap in cellophane with a       ribbon for the ultimate homemade gift this Christmas.

10. Gingerbread House
   A Gingerbread House is the ultimate Christmas Showstopper. Not for the    faint-hearted, but the end results are stunning.

Written by: Lucy Prosser

Lucy Prosser 


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by RK