The Grange Park Kitchen
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*Savoury Cheese Muffins*
Base 1 have been learning about teeth and how to look after them. They have made cheese muffins as they contain calcium enriched ingredients as an alternative to sweet muffins.
Here is the recipe they used- https://www.recipetineats.com/cheese-garlic-muffins/
Reception are soon back to it with their baking! This week they have been learning all about the number 1 and today, have been making yummy “one flapjacks”. The ingredients were very simple…one tablespoon of oats, one tablespoon of honey and one teaspoon of butter!
They were yummy! 😀
Base 1 have recreated the ‘Queen’s Pudding’ competition wining recipe to celebrate her Platinum Jubilee.
Here is the recipe!
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Non uniform and cooking with Reception? Challenge accepted! Today the children have enjoyed making some pitta bread pizzas, if you listen to the end of the video…they also loved eating them! These were really simple to make but tasted just as good as the real thing 😋. We have already seen a huge improvement in the Reception children’s knife control and hand-eye coordination skills and are able to sprinkle, mix and cut needing very little support!
Pitta breads from Food Share Project, Discount Pallet Store & Food Bank - UK
Go and get some pitta breads…they’re free!
Reception will be using them to make some yummy pizzas tomorrow 🍕
Base 1 are back again!
And this time they’ve made the perfect sweet treat for the colder nights…crumble!😋
If you fancy making a “Crema Catalana”, here is an easy to follow recipe by Ainsley Harriott! 🍮
Here is the full video, sorry!
This afternoon, Base 1 have been busy making edible play dough…you heard it right! Follow along with their video or view the recipe in the comments. Whatever next?!
Base 1 have been filling the school with the yummy smell of their chocolate brownies this week and have filmed another fantastic video for you!
Their recipe is in the comments if you’d like to make some at home 😊
Last week Reception made their own chocolate apples. They practised dipping, spreading and sprinkling before getting to taste their yummy creations. Follow our video if you’d like to give them a try!🎇
Last half term the Nursery children had a wonderful visit from a lady called Sharon who works at our local Asda store.
Sharon had brought in some ingredients, all donated from Asda to make crumpet Pizzas with the children .
Both Sharon and the children really enjoyed this experience and especially enjoyed eating them.
At the end of the cooking activity Sharon presented the children with a fantastic play shop.
We can’t wait for her to come back soon!
Enjoy this simple recipe that you can make at home! 🎃
This video shows exactly what cooking should be like…fun!
A big thank you for our tomato donations and another big thank you to the children in Base 1 for making this delicious tomato sauce. Nursery have been cooking up a treat with it this week!
This sauce would also be yummy with Reception’s spaghetti spiders!
Recipe is in the comments 😊
Cooking can help young children learn and practice some basic math concepts, build language skills and develop fine motor skills. The experience of creating meals with you can help build their self-confidence and lay the foundation for healthy eating habits. ⭐️
Reception are back with their first guided cooking session and they had so much fun!
The children learnt how to hold a knife to carefully cut the sausages.
They then pushed small pieces of spaghetti through the sausages.
When cooked, the spaghetti goes floppy and the children thought they looked like little spiders…although some looked more like jellyfish or octopuses!🕷🕸
Calling all tomato lovers 🍅
We are going to be creating some delicious, simple recipes soon, all tomato based. This means that we are going to need a lot!
If anybody has any surplus homegrown tomatoes, we would really appreciate any donations! These can be dropped in at the office or Miss Cartmail’s room. Thank you in advance!
The Base 1 children harvested potatoes from the school allotment and learnt how to peel boil and mash them. They created a delicious cheese and potato pie! We have attached a simple recipe if you would like to try it at home 😊
The children in Base 1 enjoyed making cheesecake to share with their families.
We have added the recipe to this post!
The end of our bake off week saw Reception travelling to Finland 🇫🇮 to make ‘Tiikerikkakku’, Tiger Cake for Year 2.
The recipe is easy to follow and we can confirm it tastes amazing!
The Nursery children having been busy making traditional Chinese egg cakes for Year 3 and GP’s answer to Paul Hollywood…Mr Thorpe tried one too🇨🇳
Greetings from the Middle East!
Base 1 have enjoyed baking a traditional “Basbousa cake” today which translates as a semolina cake. They have made this for the teachers at Grange Park to enjoy in the staffroom!
This recipe was inspired by Turkey 🇹🇷 and here is the recipe-
Bonjour from Year 2!🇫🇷
They have been busy making a French Apple cake for the lucky Year 4 children. Even the teachers enjoyed a slice!🍏🧁
Here is the recipe we followed (minus the rum!) - https://www.onceuponachef.com/recipes/french-apple-cake.html
Lots of families at Grange Park speak Italian and so the second day of the GP Bake Off, we have ‘Focaccia’ aka the modern pizza! 🇮🇹
Year 3 have baked this for Reception and Base 1. They absolutely loved it, some compared it to Subway bread and they were all asking for seconds!
Here is the recipe they used if you’d like to give it a try-
Kicking off the Great GP Bake Off this week was Year 4. They made some beautiful Spanish Magdalenas (lemon cupcakes) for Year 1. We are especially impressed with their hand drawn flags!
Here is the recipe if you’d like to make some too-
This year has been different to say the least and we wanted to find a way of bringing the children ‘together’… welcome to the Great GP Bake Off!
Throughout the week, the children will be participating in some whole school baking, cooking together, for each other.
Whilst enjoying a feeling of “togetherness” we wanted to also celebrate the different cultures at GP and so we are going to be baking something a little different using popular recipes from different counties around the world!
A huge thank you to Asda (town centre) for providing us with all of our ingredients for this huge baking celebration.
These sound yummy!
We have come across some wonderful, accessible recipes for you to try out at home. The first one is a "Chicken Tagine Traybake".
It sounds yummy!
The GP kitchen has been super busy again today! This time Reception have made a frozen yoghurt treat which got a huge thumbs up!
Please see the comments for the recipe 🍓🍦
What would you like to see us baking?🥣
A huge thank you to Sharon from Asda (town centre). Today, we were lucky enough to have collected over £270 worth of food and resources for children to use at school in our kitchen.
We have a feeling we’re going to be very busy cooking!
Today Reception had earned themselves a treat after working so hard and we decided on a pizza party!
They worked super hard and made 10 yummy pizzas which we all shared (not even a crumb was left).
What’s your favourite pizza topping? We had: ham, sweetcorn, pepper and lots of cheese!🍕
Wow, what an afternoon. Thank you to everybody who voted for ice cream, making it with 31 Reception children was an experience, but we lived to tell the tale and the ice cream was yummy!
The children learnt how to hold the knife correctly whilst using the other hand to hold the fruit. They concentrated brilliantly and did a great job.
The aftermath is also pictured although I’d hope yours are a lot less messier than ours!😜
It’s been great getting back into the swing of things today and we’re already excited about the different recipes we’ll be following this half term!
Please vote for your favourite from the list below:
• Jellyfish spaghetti
• 2 ingredient fruity ice cream (Mrs Millington’s favourite!)
• Frozen bark
Thank-you for so many votes this week, it was a close one but the cinnamon bunnies won!🐰
Reception did a fantastic job following instructions. They practised different techniques such as: sprinkling, rolling and folding. What we love the most is that each bunny is completely different from the other, but they still taste yummy!
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