Cooking is one of the great joys that can be shared with little and big kids to spend wonderful moments together. Your child will be proud to cook something with little or no help, and first and foremost, they will be happy to spend time with you!
A ritual to create!
Deliciously chocolaty vanilla pudding
- First, melt some chocolate. Spread your chocolate on a baking pan lined with paper. Put in the freezer.
- Then, rim wine glasses with water and ground cinnamon. Keep.
- Make vanilla pudding and pour into wine glasses. Cool.
- Using cookie cutters, cut chocolate. Keep.
- Just before serving, decorate pudding with chocolate shapes.
Stirred cinnamon punch
- Place berries in a holiday ice cube mold and fill with apple juice. Put in the freezer.
- Make fruit punch
- Just before serving, add fruity ice cubes.
- Finally, serve in a punch bowl. In front, place a bowl of lemon juice and a bowl of sugar for children to rim their glasses themselves.
- In a big glass decorated with ribbons, add cinnamon sticks to stir this delicious beverage!
“Balls and stars” fruit salad
- Using melon spoons of various sizes, shape honeydew and cantaloupe balls.
- Place everything in a large plastic bowl and put the lid on.
- When ready to serve, cut carambola to form stars. Keep.
- Place fruit salad in serving bowls. Garnish with a slice of carambola and a mint leaf.