Why not keep the kids entertained and have some fun with the Carr’s Kids range of mixes from Carr’s Flour! It couldn’t be simpler to get youngsters involved in the joy of baking. Simple instructions on the back of each packet, means baking with little ones couldn’t be easier.
Perhaps you aren’t particularly into baking but you’ve enjoyed being busy in the kitchen during this global pandemic? Maybe you’ve been using it as a teaching tool with your children during home-schooling, but you’ve run out of supplies?
It’s week eight on the Coronacoster – how are you all doing? Crisis schooling certainly has it’s ups and downs doesn’t it. I’ve generally found that the lower I set my expectations at the start of the day, the better the day and the more we achieve, so I’ve been trying to roll with that as much as possible.
For as long as I can remember I have loved cherries. The only disappointment is always that cherry season never seems to last long enough. British cherry season runs from June through to September. It’s British cherry season now though – the perfect time to enjoy this delicious fruit! Britain’s tallest cherry tree is 45 […]
This Christmas loaf is packed full of flavour, easy and affordable to prepare, and a perfect way to get the children involved in the kitchen whilst they are on holiday. You will need the following ingredients: 500 ml of water 2 tablespoons of active dry yeast 4 tablespoons of olive oil 130 g of sugar […]
The Great British Bake Off or GBBO as followers of the hit show sometimes refer to it as, is dominating TV ratings this year. I haven’t watched it. Something you’d think was a criminal offence talking to some people, but that’s nothing against the show, more that I don’t really get that much time to watch […]
The children love to bake. I don’t feel like we’ve done as much of that recently, but with the school holidays almost upon us hopefully we can fix that. Two of the boys love rainbow cake and they’ve been asking for ages to make one so at the weekend, armed with our rainbow cake tins […]
I’ve eaten a wheat free diet for almost 15 years now. Wheat and I just don’t get along. We probably never did but it took me a while to realise that. I used to feel like I was walking around with one of those weighted balls you get in the gym lodged in my stomach. […]