Burravoe Primary School

Children in Need Baking

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On Thursday the 14th all the pupils of Burravoe School did some baking for Children in Need. Everyone made cookies apart from Phoebe and Kerry and they did gluten and dairy free blueberry and cranberry muffins. Abby and Mia did double chocolate treat cookies. The first step was to wash their hands and put their aprons on because they didn’t want to get their clothes messy. The next step was to weigh out 250g margarine and 140g of sugar.  Then they had to grease 3 trays. Then they had to chop up 160g of chocolate. They had to use scissors. They had to separate 1 egg white and the yolk in cups. Then they had to substitute 50g of cocoa powder for 50g of flour. They had to measure out 250g into the mix. Then add the egg yolk and 2 tsp of vanilla essence in the mix. Then they had to roll it in to little balls with their hands and they made 15 biscuits. Then they had to bake in the oven for 12-15 minutes. When they were waiting for the biscuits to cook they made lables for the bags. The labels had Pudsy drawn on them and they wrote “Thank You for your donation, take me!” When they came out then they had to use a spatula to take the biscuits off the tray. Then they had to wait for them to cool. Then they put the biscuits in a box over night.

The next morning they had to take them out of the box and put them in bags and put the labels on the bags. When it was time for peace the chocolate biscuits that they made were all sold out.

By Mia and Abby.


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  1. Your cookies look very tasty and yummy.We made ship’s biscuits because we have been studying pirates.Thank you for sharing the recipes, we might try them the next time we backe in class.

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