This is a great recipe for any time of the year, not just the 26th January! I sometimes will make some with my dad as an after school snack….
3 cups of self-raising flour
1 pinch of salt
2-heaped teaspoons of sugar
¾ cups of water
80g of butter, cubed
- Preheat oven to 200ºC and cover a 30cm by 30cm tray with greaseproof paper. Add flour, salt and sugar in a large bowl and then rub the butter in until it resembles breadcrumbs. Just like making scones.
- Add water and knead until it sticks together. If the dough is crumbling add teaspoons until it is dough-like. Roll into a ball and squish until it is about 2½ -4 inches or 5 – 10 cm tall. Place onto the tray. With a sharp knife, cut a cross 1cm deep into the dough.
- Cook for 30ish minutes or until golden brown and when you knock the bottom it sounds hollow. Cool for 5 minutes and enjoy with jam or honey.
From part one I showed you a fun game to play, but what about breakfast? Known as the most important meal of the day, this is the best thing to help you from the sleepover graveyard. Here are some easy recipes that you can make. Make sure you ask for help if you need it though.
Banana smoothie burst
A sweet classic. It’s fruity, sweet and a healthy treat. Change the ingredients for a different flavour if you prefer raspberries or mango.
I love ice cream and it is so easy to make. I made it with an ice cream maker but you could just make one without. Also please only make if you have a massive sweet tooth.
Vanilla ice cream
Chocolate covered popping candy
- Leave ice cream out for a few minutes to soften.
- Add ingredients and mix until even.
- Freeze and enjoy!
These my superb chocolate slices for all tea parties. It is easy to make on the first try and delicious to eat at the same time. I had always loved eating slices so when I tried it myself it tasted like the one from the bakery. Enjoy!
1½ cups of self-raising flour
2 tablespoons of cocoa
¾ cup of desiccated coconut
½ cup of caster sugar
120 grams of butter
1 tin of caramel
1 cup of milk chocolate
- Mix dry ingredients together.
- Melt butter, beat egg well.
- Add both to dry ingredients.
- Mix well then press into a slice tin.
- Bake 10-15 minutes in a moderate oven.
- Cool on a wire rack.
- While warm add caramel and cut.
- Melt dark chocolate.
- Pour melted chocolate on cooled slice base.
- Finally divide into cut again on the same cut lines