RECIPE TITLE "Hide and Seek Muffins Recipe"
Source: Pretend Soup
courtesy of Cooking.com
1 dozen exciting muffins ---
"Annie, can I have seconds? They are so good!"
"I'm going to save some for my momshe loves this!"
"The strawberry makes the bread good." Juliana
"To me, the hiding part is the goodest part."
To the Grown-ups:
Making muffins is a simple enough task for most adults, but for
small children, it can be a challenge! Cracking eggs, measuring
liquids, stirring a stiff batter, and filling muffin cups are all
complex activities to a three- or four-year-old, so to simplify
matters, you should prepare the muffin mix and melt the butter first.
The highlight of this recipe for the children is finding the hidden
piece of fruit in the center of the muffin. You can vary the recipe
by substituting slices of fresh or frozen peach, pitted cherries,
or chunks of banana.
Cooking Hints and Safety Tips:
* Children love to break the eggs