- 450g Flour
- 500g Blueberries
- 2 Bananas
- 250ml of milk
- 200g Caster Sugar
- 2 eggs
- 150g butter
- tspn baking powder
- A pinch of salt
- A Jug
- A Bowl
- Weighing Scales
- 5 assorted Muffin trays
- cutlery – spoon and fork
Step 1 – Wash hands and add an apron.
Step 2 – Weigh out the flour into the bowl, adding the baking powder, pinch of salt and Caster sugar.
Step 3 – Mix the milk, eggs and butter into the jug.
Step 4 – Crush two bananas until fully mashed and add to the mixture.
Step 5 – Mix the wet and dry together until a pancake mix consistency.
Step 6 – Allow them to spoon or pour the fluid into the trays.
Step 7 – Add a few blueberries per cast.
Step 8 – Add to the oven set at 200 deg.
Step 9 – Allow to cook for approximately 20 minutes until lightly brown.
Step 10 – Set out to cool on a plate or tray.
This is another great recipe, they taste amazing and it makes approximately 30 muffins so they last a little longer than most treats. The Trays can be festive and fun, many can be expensive but I have generally purchased ours as they have been reduced or from local stores.
I tend to get my children to choose one to fill each ensuring they know which ones they have made and encouraging them to share. It can be a messy make and can take a little support to clean the excess from the top of the trays, which can burn during cooking.
The dinosaurs are my favourite as they look like little fossils, whatever your chosen cast they contain blueberries a super food, unfortunately I find they are rarely ripe from the stores and my children do not enjoy them fresh. However they love them in muffins so for me it is a winning recipe, if only to add to their balanced diet.