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Group Name: Hansells Baking - Perfect Baking Every Time
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Hansells love baking – it’s what they do. But even though baking is their passion, it doesn’t mean that things always go according to plan! So they decided they would go back to basics. With help from Robyn Martin, a Kiwi baking icon, they’ve produced their very own Little Book of Baking Basics. This will give you all the tips and tricks of the trade, from ingredients to measurements, recipes to fixing up those little mistakes. Soon your baking will be perfect every time!


To help you out with your baking, Kidspot and Hansells have teamed up and are giving mums the opportunity to win the Hansells Little Book of Baking Basics by Robyn Martin. We’ll have a different topic each week to discuss – the author of the best post that week wins a book! Head to the discussion boards now to get talking!

 

Click here to join Hansells' Baking Club for fantastic hints and tips!

 

Here's how to enter:

  • Join the Hansells Baking group (click the Join this Group link on the left)
  • Click on the topic below for each week's topic
  • Each week one member who submits the best post, as chosen by Kidspot, will win a copy of Hansells Little Book of Baking Basics.
  • Entry into this competition is deemed acceptance of the Terms and Conditions


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Week 4:  What is the best recipe to bake with the kids?

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rachaelsfun - 11:55 AM on Sat-2-Jul-2011 reply | message
I love to make the cadbury uncooked fudge cake recipe .. as itrs safe for the kiods to make and they love it .. also they love to help making trifles (the unhot parts like putting jam on the sponge .. and doing the layers of fruit ....
and my sister makes fudge with master 8 sometimes
mdavies - 3:44 PM on Thu-30-Jun-2011 reply | message
Chocolate Fudge Slice and Lolly Cake. They are both no cook recipes. You just need to help them melt the butter and they can do the rest. My boys love breaking up the biscuits, cutting the lollies (sneaking some when they think I'm not looking), mixing it all together and then squashing it in to the tin. They then have time to do the dishes while it sets in the fridge and then we always have too much icing from the fudge so they love scraping the bowl! And of course the best thing is eating them when they are ready.
vam - 3:36 PM on Thu-30-Jun-2011 reply | message
Chocolate Brownie, my daughter loves to scrape the pot as I usually leave alot on the sides (on purpose) and then she sprinkles it with icing sugar (not that the cake can been seen after this) but everyone still enjoys it, and she thinks it is very funny when someone is left with an icing sugar moustache!
mummy22 - 8:20 PM on Wed-29-Jun-2011 reply | message
scones. so so easy, mr 4 does most of the work, the mixing, cutting (with safe cookie cutters) putting the dates in. i do the chopping and oven work, so its a real team effort and them we take them down to dads work for morning t :)
mumtotwins - 6:26 PM on Tue-28-Jun-2011 reply | message
My twins while they are little still i have them up on the bench and they help pass the ingredients to me. At the moment we love making ginger crunch. Funnily just like their mum they love the ginger topping once its set on the side of the pot too.
nikkih - 11:39 AM on Tue-21-Jun-2011 reply | message
Since having kids I love to bake everything I can or try baking everything I can. I am not good but I am not bad either.
kiwikelz - 1:37 PM on Wed-15-Jun-2011 reply | message
I love baking and have heaps of fav recipes but perhaps my most favourite is chocolate self saucing pudding which came down from my Nana to my Mum to me and I think was originally from the Edmonds Cookery book. When steamed it never seems to fail which is marvellous! My mother in law in Cape Town makes the best pancakes I've ever had so I use her recipe for those and my mate's Mum makes the best shortbread in the world so I use her recipe for that.
JulieKidspot - 10:57 AM on Mon-13-Jun-2011 reply | message
Please remember to add your comments to the weekly topics above if you are entering to win the Hansells Little Book of Baking Basics.
Gillymama - 6:42 PM on Tue-7-Jun-2011 reply | message
Ohh I'm wanting cake now just looking at that cookbook!
nikh74 - 8:27 PM on Mon-6-Jun-2011 reply | message
keep trying ladies i have just managed it after about 10 goes :)
Medicina - 3:18 PM on Mon-6-Jun-2011 reply | message
I can't join the group, even through Julie's link. ***cries onto muffin***
Easiest baking with little ones = sweet short pastry sheets + clean playdough cutters and things for them to decorate the 'biscuits' with. Makes tons and they love the process (and eating the results)
JulieKidspot - 10:28 AM on Mon-6-Jun-2011 reply | message
Hi, if anyone is having trouble joining this group, please try this link instead http://social.kidspot.co.nz/group.php?group_id=690


   
 
 
 
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