Saturday, 13 June 2015

Baking Fun With Yummy Nummies



Raiden is always so fun to bake with, if you asked him what ingredients goes in to a cake and the method he could tell you straight away. Lexie on other hand doesn't like to do the hard work and will settle for decorating things. When I first saw Yummy Nummies  I thought it was a great way to get kids in to the kitchen in a fun and quirky way. It's a food craft for little hands to bake tiny sweet treats. The activities are very simple and quick to make, so contraction stays focused, 

I love the Kawaii vibe to the different packs you can buy. We received two packs to test and try out Cookie Creation Maker and Pizza Party Maker.



Pizza Party Maker

Included on the box was the everything you need to make 10 mini pizzas.

1 kitchen magic tray
1 instruction sheet
1 dough packet
1 sauce packet
1 cheese packet
1 mini spoon, measuring scoop and pizza peel.




Cookie Creation Maker

Included on the box was the everything you need to make 10 mini cookies. 

1 kitchen magic tray
1 instruction sheet
1 dough packet
1 white chocolate chips
1 dark chocolate chips
1 mini spoon, measuring scoop & cookie bag 





The concept is powder and water which I suppose is a little odd with making food. It's simple quick and very easy to make. I was able to say to Lexie you need 7 scoops of powder to 3 scoops of water. Mix well then add to the tray. You do need a microwave for the cooking and its done within 15-30 seconds, buy the time you had finished cooking the next lot was mixed up ready to go it. Lexie really enjoyed baking with me in the kitchen and it was nice to have her focused in what we was doing together, These are meant as a food craft activity and not to replace a normal diet. 




                              Check out some of the demos here 

                                                  RRP- £6.99 Each 



1 comment:

  1. I saw this brand at the BBC Good Food Show, they look so interesting and love the packaging too :) x

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