Marble cookies
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by cookingwithmykids
2d ago
Marble cookies Marble cookies swirl vanilla cookie dough and chocolate cookie dough together to make a delicious and decadent cookie. Marble cookies might look fancy but they simply take our easy vanilla cookie and our chocolate cookie dough and swirl them together. They’re deliciously soft and chewy on the inside while being a little bit crispy on the outside (just like every good cookie should be) but best of all super easy to make. We’ve used our favourite easy cookie recipe but added chocolate to half of it before swirling the two parts together. It’s an easy way of making this basic cook ..read more
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Monkey bread
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by cookingwithmykids
2w ago
Homemade monkey bread A delicious recipe for homemade monkey bread. Made from scratch, it’s a sweet pull apart bread made up of pieces of dough covered in cinnamon sugar and pecans.     Monkey bread is a delicious cinnamon tear and share loaf. Made with an easy homemade dough, it’s then bound together with a sticky cinnamon sugar, and topped with a glaze and pecans. It’s popular in America but not something we’d really come across here in the UK but I think it’s time we changed that! A lot of recipes from America use ready made dough from the supermarket. Here in the UK i’ve never f ..read more
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Blueberry cookies
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by cookingwithmykids
2w ago
Blueberry cookies Blueberry cookies are a delicious soft and chewy cookie bursting with fresh blueberries. This recipe is so easy to make they’re a great bake for kids to try. Blueberry cookies are a super delicious fruit filled bake kids will love. As well as being crispy, soft and chewy in all the right places (like all good cookies should be), they’re full of bursts of blueberries. And best of all, they’re really easy to make. We’ve based these around our our favourite easy cookie recipe but have swapped out the chocolate chips for blueberries. They add a delightful pop of colour, and a bu ..read more
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Apple and blackberry cake
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by cookingwithmykids
3w ago
Apple and blackberry cake Apple and blackberry cake is a delicious light and fluffy loaf cake filled with apple and bursts of blackberry. It’s a really easy recipe, making it perfect for kids and beginner bakers alike. Apple and blackberry cake is an easy but delicious bake, perfect for an afternoon tea. The apple gives it a lovely moistness while the blackberries add zingy bursts of flavour. Best of all it’s really simple to make. I love this loaf cake partly because it’s such a simple bake, but also because it’s made with mostly store cupboard ingredients so it’s perfect when you want to ru ..read more
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Orange drizzle cake
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by cookingwithmykids
3w ago
Orange drizzle cake Orange drizzle cake is a deliciously moist loaf cake. Full of syrupy zestiness from the orange, it a super easy recipe that children and beginner bakers alike will enjoy making. Orange drizzle cake is a classic treat – a mixture of moist cake with a slightly sweet zing from the crunchy orange topping. This recipe for orange drizzle cake is based on our ever popular lemon drizzle cake (which in turn is based on a Mary Berry recipe). It works every time and the crisp orange topping is full of syrupy delicious. How can kids help make orange drizzle cake? One of the reasons we ..read more
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Chocolate banana bread
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by cookingwithmykids
1M ago
Chocolate banana bread Chocolate banana bread is a delicious cross between a classic banana bread and a chocolate loaf cake. It’s moist thanks to the bananas but deliciously chocolatey – a lovely alternative to a traditional loaf cake. Chocolate banana bread is the perfect bake for fans of banana bread who love a bit of chocolate. The bananas keep it lovely and moist while the added chocolate makes it deliciously decadent. If you’ve got over ripe bananas in your fruit bowl, but don’t want to make a classic banana bread, this is a great alternative. I’m a fan of loaf cakes as they are a great ..read more
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Iced finger buns
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by cookingwithmykids
1M ago
Iced finger buns Iced buns are a delicious nostalgic treat found in any UK bakery. With this easy recipe you can make your own tasty soft buns topped with colourful icing and sprinkles. Iced buns are a bake of my childhood, that you can still find in any UK bakery. They’re a deliciously soft bun made with a slightly sweetened enriched dough and then topped with icing and sprinkles. They’re so easy to make, they’re a great bake for kids who want to get busy in the kitchen. If you’re in the UK you’re bound to have seen these in your local bakery. They’re a deliciously soft finger bun topped wit ..read more
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Brownie cookies
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by cookingwithmykids
1M ago
Brownie cookies Brownie cookie combine the chocolatey fudgey gooey-ness of a brownie with the crispy deliciousness of a cookie to make the ultimate bake for chocolate lovers. These brownie cookies take the best parts of a brownie (gooey chocolatey-ness), and combine it with the best parts of a cookie (crispy on the outside and a handy one sized portion). They’re deliciously soft and fudgey on the inside yet crispy on the outside. They’re the best easy bake for any chocolate lover. If you love the fudgey chocolate centre of a brownie and also love the chewy edges of a cookie then these brownie ..read more
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Banana and nutella loaf
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by cookingwithmykids
1M ago
Banana and nutella loaf Delicious banana and nutella loaf with oodles of chocolate spread swirled through the middle. It’s the nicest banana bread you’ll ever eat!   Nutella banana bread is the perfect recipe for using up over ripe bananas. Banana and chocolate go so well together, so the addition of Nutella to our favourite banana bread recipe really does just take it to another level! Regular readers of this blog will know that we’ve made banana bread a few times. We’ve got delicious cinnamon ones, and fruity ones, but this time I thought we’d be a bit naughty and add some chocolate sp ..read more
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Easter chocolate nests
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by cookingwithmykids
2M ago
Easter chocolate nests Easter chocolate nests are by far the simplest thing you can bake with kids. They’re the perfect treat for anyone looking for something quick and easy to make with kids this Easter.   Easter chocolate nests are by far the easiest and quickest thing I’ve ever made with my kids. They’re a no bake treat which makes them a great place to start for anyone looking for something quick and easy to make with kids this Easter. I remember having them when I was little and not a lot has changed since then – I mean, who can resist the bright, colourful eggs sitting among all th ..read more
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