Is there anything sweeter than a little one who wants to help out in the kitchen? While we want to encourage the chefs of the future as much as we can, we can all agree that sometimes having kids in the kitchen means there’s likely to be more mess to clean up. To try to keep it down to a minimum, we’ve picked three kid-friendly recipes that won’t leave the kitchen untidy.
Kids of all ages (including adults) love jelly and custard. These moulds are so easy, the little ones will be able to do most of the work themselves (with supervision around the hot water, of course).
Get the recipe for jelly-and-custard moulds here.
3-ingredient peanut butter biscuits
This recipe doubles up as a great rainy-day activity, as you can leave the kids to mix the peanut butter and sugar by themselves. For extra fun, dip the baked cookies into melted chocolate and top with sprinkles.
Get the recipe for 3-ingredient peanut butter biscuits here.
Raspberry-and-ricotta pudding cake
While this cake might sound too ambitious for kids to make, the secret is that it only requires one bowl, which means less to wash up afterwards. The cake also keeps well, which means you’ve got snacks for the kids ready to go. You can swap the raspberries for any berries you like.
Get the recipe for raspberry-and-ricotta pudding cake here.
Once you’ve got the kitchen cleaned up, chances are you’ll have some sticky fingers to attend to. Make bath time a breeze with Woolies’ new range of kids’ toiletries. Made from gentle ingredients that won’t irritate skin, these goodies are dermatologically tested, vegan-friendly and endorsed by Beauty without Cruelty. Inspired by flavours kiddos love, such as melon, raspberry and mint, and apple and pear, your little ones will be counting down the minutes until bath time.