Monday, September 28, 2015

Cookin' With A Toddler


He loves this cute mini donut baking pan.

He only needs a few simple items:
 spray Pam for baking, Betty Crocker blueberry muffin
mix, 1/4 cup of water and a spoon.

Oh, almost forgot, the awesome, wonderful, yummy powdered sugar!

His favorite plate and oven mitt.

Spray with Pam.

Spoon in 2 teaspoons of mixture into each mold.


Bake for 9 minutes at 350 degrees.

I take them out of the oven then he takes back over. 
 Moving his little donuts to the parchment paper to cool.

While cooling he douses them with powdered sugar.
Look at that cute little hand.  P.S. look at his clean, cute little hand,

Oh my!  These really are delicious!



Another treat created by little hands and big smiles.

till next time

Angel

18 comments:

  1. I love this! My two year old helps me cook as well. Generally though, I keep it to dumping ingredients that I have measured into the bowl, and pushing buttons to turn the mixer on. I think it's great to have kids helping out at such an early age.

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  2. My eldest just recently turned three. Since he was just over a year and a half old he has enjoyed helping me in the kitchen. These donuts look so delicious especially since they have blueberries!

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  3. Oh how much fun! And they look tasty too!

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  4. Hi Angel, wow Im impressed you have such a young baker in your house, he make them look delicious. Who knows maybe a chef in training.
    Thanks for sharing your post with us on the #OMHGWW this week.
    Hope you have a great weekend!
    Karren

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  5. Cookies look just delish! Thanks for sharing

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  6. My kids would love this! I have that pan too! Ready to do some baking!

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  7. That's a neat way to make doughnuts! I'll have to try this one!

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  8. I usually fry them, this is so much better!

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  9. Im a little jealous your son has patience for it!! I tend to lose mind 1/2 way through any craft or cooking project lol!!

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  10. I love this. A great way to involve them and giv them a chance to create. Thank you for the post. That mini donut pan is going on my shopping list.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  11. I love this. A great way to involve them and giv them a chance to create. Thank you for the post. That mini donut pan is going on my shopping list.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  12. Well now I have a new recipe to share with my son!

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  13. I have been teaching my granddaughter how to cook and bake since she could hold a spoon and rolling pin.I think it is important that they learn at an early age.

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  14. Yummy. They look good. I'm hungry now.

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  15. This looks like so much fun, and did I mention yummy.

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  16. These donuts look very tasty. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Oh yum. I am sure cooking baking or anything with a toddler is a real eye opener.

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  18. These cookies all look so delicious. I would like to try them for the holidays.

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