A few years ago I picked up a book at Goodwill for less then $1 called, The Kid’s Around the World Cookbook. I will admit I had grand plans for us to make these recipes at last three years ago as part of our homeschool curriculum but alas we have not. Then I saw a chance to join a Tour of the World Food blog hop and knew this was our ticket to suing this book! I let Princess choose numerous recipes from the book which were all easy kids recipes. Since berries were on sale when she went to the grocery with her dad this prompted us to make Summer English Pudding.
This is a really great easy kids recipe for all ages and skill level. If we had more time to get this post done then we would have included her younger brothers. Toddlers and Preschoolers make great Sous Chef’s and can wash fruit and rip the crust off bread.
Princess did this recipe entirely on her own by reading and following the directions. My only guidance was adjust the recipe to easier measurements like 1 3/4 cups of sugar instead of 1 5/8 cup of sugar.
She got all the berries out as well as the knife, cutting board, and measuring cups. Since she is 11 years old she is quite capable of reading and following directions. I just had to keep her younger brother’s out of the way and snap the pictures for this post!
She used blackberries, strawberries, red raspberries, and blueberries for this dish. At the grocery store she and her dad chose whole grain white bread for a little bit more nutrition then traditional white bread.
Check out all of the great recipes, food, and places to enjoy food from around the world during the Tour the World by Food blog hop.