Making Lunch

Fresh from the oven

Fresh from the oven

10 minutes work from Mum

10 minutes work from Mum

10 minutes of creating from the boys

10 minutes of creating from the boys

Just adding the finishing touches

Just adding the finishing touches

A brisk skating session whilst we wait for our dough to rise

A brisk skating session whilst we wait for our dough to rise

After 20 minutes in the over, it's fresh bread for lunch - no we couldn't wait for the rolls to cool.

After 20 minutes in the oven, it’s fresh bread for lunch – and no, we couldn’t wait for the rolls to cool.

The last time I made bread, I was at middle school but I have a very fond memory of customising my rolls. This morning I used a 95p packet of bread mix and tried making some bread rolls again (30 years later), with a little help from the boys and I’m pleased to report (despite being a tad nervous of it all going wrong) it all went very smoothly and the bread tasted great. The boys had a good time too.

Our session has led to lots of ideas of how we could customise the recipe to contain all sorts of things; first up is muesli to create a fruit bread – might need to consult a few baking books first though.

About Roze

My name is Roze Sherwood, I am a mother of three brilliant boys; eight year old twins and a nine year old. I’m married and live in Buckinghamshire, working as a graphic designer for most of the time and stealing pockets of time here and there to write and craft. This blog is a place for me to share the craft projects I test out on my three sons. Thank you for taking an interest.

17. February 2015 von Roze
Categories: baking, Simple Pleasures | 2 comments

Comments (2)

  1. I love everything about this post x

  2. Thanks Jane xxx

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