Monday, 23 January 2012

Cooking with Mummy

Hello, and welcome to "Cooking With Mummy".  I'm your host, Squeaky.

Unfortunately, my Mummy really isn't a very good cook, so today I'm going to teach her how to make a simple and tasty dessert for all the family.  You can join in too if you like.

Take a bowl of milk, and add some interesting looking powder.  Have a quick sniff, it smells sort of like strawberries!  Wow!  Aaaaaaaachooo!  I wasn't expecting that!  Make sure you watch what you're doing, or you might end up with strawberry stuff everywhere, and we don't want that to happen, because then we won't be able to eat it!  Gosh.  If your Mummy is helping, you can give her the empty packet to put in the bin.  Mummy can manage that bit, I think.

Next, take a whisk, and whisk the strawberry powder into the milk.  This bit's really exciting, and a little bit messy.  Look!  The milk!  It's going pink!  I didn't know you could get pink milk at home, I thought you only got pink milk when you're out and have been really really good.  The milk is starting to get a bit thick as well.  Make sure you mix it really well so there's no lumpy bits.  You can let Mummy give it a quick mix too if you like, but not too much.
When your pink milk is nice and mixed, get Mummy to find a big spoon.  Then you can share out the yummy pink dessert into bowls so that everyone gets their own bowl of dessert.  Be very careful not to spill any, we don't want to waste it, do we?

Mummy and Daddy can have pretty teacups for their dessert, but I'd recommend keeping the biggest portion for yourself.  I've used a Very Hungry Caterpillar bowl, but you might like to try Mr Men, Spongebob Squarepants, or even Hello Kitty.  Just make sure that your bowl is bigger than Mummy and Daddy's bowls.  You've done all the hard work, so you should have most of the yummy pudding!

Finally, don't forget to clean up after yourself.  Some people like to put all the dishes and spoons in the dishwasher, but I prefer to clean them up myself.  You've got to make sure they're properly clean, after all.

Well, that's all from me, I hope you've enjoyed this exciting episode of Cooking With Mummy.  Mummy would like me to add that this post is her entry into the Appliances Online competition to win £100 in Amazon vouchers with Red Ted Art

1 comment:

  1. Angel Delight! What a genius first thing to make with them. I reckon Bat could totally handle this, with me on hand to stop her drinking the milk. *plotting*


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