Meals and Makes; colour-in recipe cards

Colour-in recipe cards

 

Colour-in recipes and contents

Get kids in the kitchen and encourage a life-long love of food and cooking.  This recipe pack encourages kids to get involved with the food that they eat (and have fun!).  An ideal activity gift for a budding chef.  This pack fits nicely into an envelope so is a little gift that is easy to post. 

Colour-in your picture based recipes with the UK made crayons, decorate your apron with the colourful stickers, then roll up your sleeves and get busy in the kitchen.

There are recipes for two delicious dishes which are easy for kids to prepare:

Home made flatbreads:

Get mixing and squidging your own flatbread dough; but this is a recipe with a difference, all of the instructions are shown with pictures rather than lots of words- so its easy to follow regardless of whether you are good at reading.  These flatbreads are delicious as a lunch with a bit of hummus, or enjoy them as a side dish with a main meal such as mild chicken curry.

Creamy banana cheesecake:

Follow the step by step pictures and bash biscuits, mix and squidge ingredients then layer up a simple and more-ish no-cook banana cheesecake pudding.  An ideal treat for the end of any meal.

When your delicious home-made creations have all been gobbled up, proudly display your ‘Super Chef’ certificate. All for the price of a birthday card!

Each pack contains:

-Two A6 picture recipe cards on good quality, 300gsm card (the recipes are picture based, not word based- so you don’t need to be able to read to cook them!)

-4 high quality, UK made, washable crayons

-6 colourful, foodie stickers (everyone loves stickers!)

-‘Super Chef’ certificate (size: 14.5Cm x 10Cm on 300gsm quality cardstock)

crayons close upcolour-in pack

CE marked.  Warnings!: Not suitable for children under the age of 3 years.  Choking hazard. To be used under the direct supervision of an adult.

Available on Folksy here.

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