How about making these Chewy Chocolate Oat Squares, so easy to make and fun to decorate too
I want to set up a group of easy baking recipes to make with kids or older children can make by themselves as I love to get in the kitchen with my Grandchildren, there are many great recipes out there that you can make together from simple all-in-one cakes and you can decorate them together to easy tray bakes and biscuits so I really hope to find you some great recipes
Here below is an excerpt from the website about baking together with children
Baking isn’t just about getting a yummy treat it also teaches little ones important life skills. Get them to help you measure out ingredients to practice their counting and grasp of weights and measures. Wet ingredients help foster interest in volume and of course there’s the timing of each bake too. Kids will love counting down the minutes until they can bring their homemade bakes out of the oven and this is the best way we know of getting our kids to sit quietly and watch a timer! If you have slightly older children then you could let them take the baking from the oven themselves, making sure they use oven gloves and go carefully, to teach them about heat safety.
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Chewy chocolate oat squares are a cross between a cake and a flapjack and so easy to make. The kids will love making these with you. Ready in under 1hr, this simple tray bake is made with cocoa powder to give it a rich, chocolatey flavour, drizzled with melted white chocolate and packed with rolled oats. These squares are a cross between a cake and a flapjack. Store in an airtight container for up to 2 days.
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