I know I’ve said this before but just in case you missed it, I’ll say it again 🙂 I think it’s really important that we teach our children to cook. I spend lots of time in the kitchen with my two and we all really enjoy the time we spend together in there.
I’ll post a recipe on here and then you have two weeks to go away and make it with your children and add you recipe to the McLinky that I’ll put on the original post. At the end of the fortnight, I’ll round up all of the recipes in one post (lots of linky love) and I’ll ask an official adjudicator to choose a winner who will receive a prize.
Beat the egg and the milk together and stir all but one tablespoon of the mixture into the cheesey flour and mix it to make a dough This is the bit that kids usually love as it involves getting their hands in the bowl and getting squidgy – Master Frugal however, hates this bit which means that I have to do the squidgy bit.
Roll the dough out to about 1cm and you’re ready to cut out your strips to make the traditional cheese straws.