Contributed by: NAPSA
Fun-Filled Baking With Kids
(NAPSA) - Baking with kids not only promotes togetherness and family traditions, but it can be a significant learning experience, improving and enhancing math and reading skills, teaching teamwork and discipline and fostering an appreciation of food.
Since the kitchen can be a challenge for children, the first step for parents is to establish some basic ground rules:
To make baking more instructive for kids, choose equipment carefully. Baker's Secret, for instance, offers a line called Precisionware(tm), heavy-gauge, nonstick coated metal bakeware with stamped precision guides, among them cookie targets on baking sheets and fill lines on muffin and cake pans.
Taking the guesswork out of baking, these guides specify the proper level of cake and muffin batter and the amount of cookie dough and where it's placed-for uniform results. No overflowing muffins or cakes or cookies that melt together in the oven. Portion guides let kids determine serving sizes by simply following the markings. It's a system designed to delight parents and youngsters alike.
Here is a kid-friendly recipe perfect for a first experience in the kitchen:
Preheat oven to 400 F.
Drain pineapple, reserve juice. Combine pineapple juice, milk, orange peel, beaten egg. Sift flour in large bowl; flour together with sugar, baking powder, salt. Blend in juice-milk mixture, alternating with melted butter. Mix until blended but not overmixed. Stir in drained pineapple.
Pour batter into lightly greased Precisionware muffin pan. Bake 18-22 minutes, until golden brown.
Serving Size: Makes 12 Muffins
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