It’s no surprise that “food” is a huge search topic in Google but it might be a surprise that searching “comfort food” has gone up a whopping 300 percent in the last 12 months.
It’s our guess that Aotearoa New Zealand’s first lockdown landing in autumn (March-May) and the second in winter (August) that we Kiwis leapt to the food equivalent of a warm hug. And we reckon baking tasty snacks was at the top of the list!
Even better, a load of the people doing the baking were kids. So we thought why not find some delicious recipes that those talented kids can create these school holidays. Sweet perfection!
1. Easy Peasy Chocolate Muffins
Shhhhh…. don’t tell the kids, but this easy peasy chocolate muffins recipe is kinda healthy. They’re fluffy, light and perfect on a chilly afternoon. This recipe is guaranteed to be a firm whānau fave!
2. Heavenly Homemade Crumpets
Why buy packets of crumpets when you can make them so easily at home? They contain just five ingredients and can be cooked on an electric frying pan or non-stick pan, and you can eat them piping hot covered in lashings of your favourite toppings. YUM!
3. Almondlicious Banana Bread Donuts
It’s common knowledge that bananas and donuts are two of the major food groups… so this recipe for banana bread donuts is pretty much life goals.
4. Super Hero Choc-Raspberry Stars
Take a trip to the moon with these super hero choc-raspberry stars. Guaranteed to be as about messy and fun to make as they are delicious to eat. Plus they make the perfect baking gift for nan or the neighbour!
From our love of Almond Breeze almond milk to yours…
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