Recipes for you to try at home!
Students have been busy during Food Technology lessons cooking dishes from all round the world.
We would like to share some of these recipes with you, so that you can try them with your child at home.
It would be lovely if parents/ students could send in photos of them cooking at home so that we could make up a display in school.
As we return to school my courgette plants are still laden with fruit, so I have been looking for interesting recipes to use them up. Our Key Stage 3 students have been cooking these pancakes and have loved them! Have a go at home and send us some pictures.
This week our Key Stage 3 students have been making good use of our lovely home-grown apples with this tried and tested recipe. We have added one grated apple (you can leave the skin on to make them even more nutritious) and 50g of grated cheese at step 4. We also sprinkled a little extra grated cheese on top before baking them. They have been a real hit!
This week, our key stage 3 students have been looking at making a quick, healthy snack using muffins as a pizza base. As an alternative, naan breads, pittas and french bread will work just as well. You can also vary the toppings to include your favourites - ham, pineapple and sweetcorn have been really popular with our students.
Soups are always make for a filling, nutritious meal and a particularly good way of sneaking vegetables into some more reluctant diners! We have tried quite a few different recipes this week, but I have picked a couple that have passed the taste test with flying colours.
Our Duke of Edinburgh students have started their volunteering project by cooking their first meal for the MK Bus Shelter who support some of the homeless community. This quick and easy recipe is a great way to use up some of the many apples we have grown in school. Do give it a try as it is a real treat.