We were excited to be involved in another Tesco Eat Happy Project. This time the recipe we were following was
for the Autumn
Muffins, just the thing with it getting colder and needing lots of
wholesome and filling snacks to keep everyone in the family happy and most importantly healthy. These muffins are an ideal way to encourage your children to eat more fruit and veg.
The boys were very keen to be involved
in the kitchen again and if anything I would say their skill is definitely
improving with practise. It’s wonderful seeing their confidence and enthusiasm growing. Hopefully that passion for cooking will continue as they grow up.
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recipes really help because they are so simple to follow and very clear, plus
the video’s are very engaging, I think children enjoy seeing other children
managing to successfully create these recipes as it inspires them to do the
also is handy that Tesco make skills videos so you can get your children to
watch them if they are trying something new or a bit tricky. We found the grating one a benefit before
eldest grated the carrots for the muffins, otherwise I panic they might injure themselves! Yes I am that mum trying my best not to wrap them up in cotton wool and let them learn new things…
I was keen for us to bake something healthy that also looked pretty appetising; the boys liked sprinkling the oats and sugar on the top of the muffins and the crunching topping it created afterwards added great texture to the muffin.
The Autumn Muffins were absolutely delicious and jam-packed with goodness (carrot, raisins and apple), they were moist and moreish, to be honest the only problem is learning to eat them in moderation and not scoff them all in one sitting! They go down nicely with a cuppa.
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