If you're inspired by the Great British Bake Off, how about putting your chef hat on and having some fun in the kitchen with your toddler?
Whether you fancy something sweet, savoury or healthy, have a look at our easy-to-make recipes to find the perfect option for you both.
You’ll be left with a delish lunch option and you can even enlist your tot’s help with the post-bake cleanup. Now that’s what we call a win-win situation.
Keep scrolling through our baking gallery to for tasty recipes to try with your toddler...
The perfect afternoon snack, these scrummy muffins will only take 45 minutes to make.
Your tot can be chief mixer while you deal with the melting and the oven – and of course you can both enjoy the end result. The nuts can be missed out if your tot isn’t a fan.
Your toddler will have great fun smashing up the biscuits (under your watchful eye of course) to make this indulgent treat.
Easy to make, this fridge cake is super moreish and will disappear into hungry tums’ as soon as it’s ready.
Only thing is you’ll have to restrain yourselves until the two hour chilling time is up…
Gooey yet crisp, these tartlets are filled with every child’s favourite spread – Nutella.
Arm your little one with a child’s-sized rolling pin and she can help prepare the pastry. And you can both snack on slices of banana along the way to starve off those mid-bake cravings.
If you’re not sure which recipe to pick, you can’t go wrong with a batch of cupcakes.
Opt for mini cupcake cases if you want the cakes to be a more manageable size for your tot and if time’s an issue you can even freeze the sponge to decorate another day.
Ideal as a toddler-sized lunch or an afternoon snack, these tarts are a great way to encourage your tot to eat some vegetables.
She’ll love the flaky, crunchy texture of the pastry, and picking the vegetable chunks out of the casing.
Perfect with lunch or to satisfy your tot’s afternoon hunger pangs, these savoury biscuits are full of flavour and almost mini sandwiches.
Your toddler will love cutting out the shapes from the dough and if you want to get creative, use different shaped pastry cutters.
These bite-sized balls are a perfect way to use leftover risotto and you and your sous chef can get inventive with the cheese, vegetables and meat you add to them.
Your tot can have fun getting messy and moulding the balls of rice with her (clean) hands.
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