We love cooking together as a family, my daughter Phoebe (5) especially loves it, her favourite part is licking the spoon of course, and stirring the ingredients. We are working with Bright Horizons nurseries, who have some recipe ideas on their website (see below). They sent us their recipe booklet, along with a doodle apron. Phoebe and her friends had fun colouring it in with the special pens that mean you can wash it and design again to your heart’s content!
I let Phoebe decide what she wanted to make together. She chose these Summer Fruit Muffins, so we gave them a go.
The instructions are easy to follow and we had great fun cooking together as always. Daniel really likes getting involved now!
I liked the fact that there was reduced sugar added, the sweetness of the fruit compensates for it. The bran flakes and wholemeal flour make it a high fibre muffin, great for breakfast time. They weren’t as popular as the sweeter cakes and cupcakes, I think the bran flavour put my eldest (7) off, but Daniel my toddler (almost 2) loved them and ate quite a few, whilst pointing and saying ‘Cake!’
I quite liked them too! Here’s the recipe for you to make:
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Disclosure: we were compensated for the ingredients to make the muffins. To find out more about Bright Horizons Nurseries and their recipes, visit their website at www.brighthorizons.co.uk This post contains affiliate links, which means if you buy anything through my link I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you, which helps my site to keep running.