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Healthy eating for children by Mandy Francis, Infinite Ideas

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47. Here’s one I prepared earlier

These super-easy biscuit and cake recipes guarantee effortless success.

Birthday parties, school fetes, picnics, Sunday tea, rainy afternoons stuck indoors with the kids … some days just cry out for a bit of home baking.

Ok, so the bakes I recommend here may not be the most original in the world, but the good thing about them is they are really, really simple. So simple in fact, a child could make them – which is half of the idea really. Encouraging your child to bake is a great way to help him get interested in cooking.

Fairy cakes (makes 12 cakes)

Make them pink and girly or decorate them with spider shapes – they’ll all get eaten.

Preheat your oven to 200°C/400°F/Gas 6. Lay out 12 paper cake cases in a bun ...

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