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7 Dessert Ideas To Make With Your Kids

Kids are big fans of sweets and cakes! Bake fun dessert recipes with them while giving them healthier treats than store-bought. Teach your kids to bake, enjoy the results of their efforts, and enjoy the fruits of their labor with them. There are many options for spending quality time with your kids. This time, we suggest you learn about baking together. Here are 8 dessert ideas that you can experiment with your toddlers.

1. Carambar cake


The carambar cake can be accompanied by red wine or cognac. It is prepared with flour, carambar, sugar, butter, baking powder, and milk. It takes about 15 minutes the preparation. The cooking lasts on average 45 mn if you use a 24 to 26 cm mold. On the other hand, if you wish to reduce the size of the cake, the cooking takes only 20 mn.

2. Cookies with smarties

Smartie cookies are easy to prepare. It takes you barely 25 minutes. As for the cooking, it takes 15 minutes. You need flour, chocolate chips, brown sugar, butter, smarties, egg, and vanilla sugar to make them. To keep the color of the smarties, you must add them after cooking. However, don’t wait too long because it is difficult to insert the smarties once the cookies cool.

3. Gingerbread men


Gingerbread men are perfect as a dessert at Christmas. Their preparation time is on average 30 minutes, while the cooking time is barely 10 minutes. However, gingerbread men require a waiting time of 5 days.

Take honey, wheat flour, rye flour, organic orange, lemon, ammonium, and potassium bicarbonate to prepare this dessert. You also need cinnamon powder, cardamom powder, milk, currants, and gingerbread spice powder. Don’t forget to use sugar beads, vermicelli, or other ingredients for decoration. Only easy recipes at your fingertips.

4. Raspberry Nutella shortbread

Raspberry Nutella shortbread is perfect for your kids’ vacation snack. In less than 2 minutes, these cookies are cooked. To prepare them, it takes you an average of 25 minutes. To do this, take some butter, soft butter, slivered almonds, raspberries, and a little Nutella. The wine is perfect to accompany the Nutella raspberry shortbread.

5. The tiramisu with salted butter caramel and Breton shortbread


The tiramisu with salted butter caramel and Breton shortbread is one of the most delicious desserts. It requires a 4-hour pause. Its preparation takes about 40mn. As for its cooking time, it is 15mn. To cook the tiramisu with salted butter caramel and Breton shortbread, you need mascarpone, powdered sugar, semi-salted butter, full cream, and Breton shortbread, eggs, and a pinch of fleur de sel.

6. The small chocolate speculoos coulants as desserts

Dark chocolate, semi-salted butter, eggs, sifted flour, sugar, and speculoos. The small chocolate speculoos coulants are prepared after 20 minutes. They are eaten with natural sweet red wine such as rasteau.

7. Apple and spice muffins


This recipe for happiness is simple for kids, and it calls for muffins with a glass of milk! A muffin is somewhere between a dessert and a snack, between a cake and a soft bar; a muffin can be many things. Your kids love individual desserts, which is why this recipe for apple muffins is a good idea.

Final thoughts

If there’s one sacred event in a little one’s life that you don’t want to touch, it’s dessert, especially when he’s cooked it like a big kid! Take a deep breath and tie on the aprons, dessert can be cooked with the kids, and their happiness is well worth the effort! Yes, the kitchen will be turned upside down, you’ll probably end up exhausted, and one or two plates won’t recover. The good news is that they don’t need much to enjoy.

There are many more dessert ideas that you can concoct with your children: green tea and melon shortcake, strawberry and milkshake, etc. Sound off in the comments section below and tell us what you want to read next and if you want to read more about cooking with your kids.

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