I can’t believe that summer time is over and both kids will be starting school in just a few days! Here I am reminiscing about our food-filled summer activities that I hope will be etched in my kids’ memory banks.
We wanted to have a leisurely breakfast, so we a got a mat, any food we fancied and sat down for almost 2 hours! No planning involved. Both Z and Y enjoyed and got to try different kinds of food.
#BakeOutoftheBox with Flour Plan
Like me, Z has a sweet tooth and a weakness for Crinkles (See my #CrinklesChronicles on Instagram). I chanced upon Flour Plan online and I thought it would be a great activity for us. Flour Plan makes baking easy for us moms because all the materials you need are included in the box (except for perishable items like egg and milk). The ingredients are pre-measured so you’ll just have to follow the cooking procedure. The steps were easy to follow, even non-bakers can make it! We made A LOT of crinkles to share with every one in the house!
I think kids are more open to trying out new food items when they’ve played with it. Such was the case when we made our own pizzas! Z and Y devoured the mushrooms, ham, onions, and cheese – even before the pizza got cooked!
Here are the ingredients you need to make colored bread:
- White Bread
- Food Color
Follow these steps:
- Divide the milk into different containers, depending on the colors you want to make.
- We experimented with the number of drops per food color and made cute combinations.
- You may use a brush or dropper to put the milk into the bread. Just make sure it won’t get soggy.
- Sprinkle a little bit of sugar to taste before toasting it.
- Serve with a little butter on the side and enjoy!
Food proves to be a common interest in my kids and I like that! I look forward to more foodventures with Z and Y 🙂
What were your memorable activities this summer?!