Baking utensils on a pink background

With the summer holidays soon ending, you may be running out of ideas as to what to do with your little ones for the remaining few weeks. Most children absolutely love cooking and baking, as it is a craft that has an edible reward at the end of it! So, for the remainder of the six weeks off, here are a few ideas of things to keep your kids entertained!

Summer Holiday Pizzas

Our first summer holiday bake is less of a bake, and more of a dinner option. These summer holiday pizzas are the perfect activity to start on a free afternoon – by the end of it, you’ll have dinner sorted! Whether you’re using up whatever is in your fridge, or going all out and buying super fancy toppings, it will be fun for all the family (who doesn’t like pizza?)!


Simple Iced Biscuits

Biscuits are the perfect way to get children to be creative, with the added reward of a tasty treat afterwards. Cut out letters and numbers and have them spell their name or how old they are! Buy yourself some sprinkles and some different coloured icing and go to town on these cute cookies!


Chocolate Chip Muffins

Chocolate Chip Muffins are a crowd pleaser, and an easy one at that. They take only 15 minutes to prep and can be eaten as soon as they come out the oven (obviously let them cool down a bit first!). Plus, these are an easy offering for kids’ parties or bake sales, so get the practice in while you can!


Baked Dippy Eggs

Specially created for kids aged 3-6, this is the perfect project for them to make someone breakfast in bed (with adult supervision). With buttered toast and a cup of tea, this is a breakfast fit for champions – plus, it’ll be a nice little reward after entertaining them for nearly six weeks!


Nutty Caramel Chocolate Sundaes

Nothing says holiday like a massive ice cream. This sundae has chocolate, caramel, biscuits and peanut butter – basically, anything that tastes nice. It’s the perfect treat for any kid after their summer holiday pizzas, and will be a lovely treat for you, too!