Our Easy Easter Muffins use the all in one method, which means it’s super easy for kids to get involved with every step of the bake.
Inspired by traditional Simnel Cake, our Boredom Busters' version offers all the taste but without the marzipan.
Ask the kids to weigh out the ingredients to practice their maths skills.
Trust me they’re much more willing students when they know there’s a treat in store for them at the end!
250g Mixed Dried Fruit
Zest and juice of 1 medium Orange
175g Softened Butter
175g Golden Caster Sugar
3 Eggs, beaten
300g Self-Raising Flour
1 tsp Mixed spice
½ tsp freshly grated Nutmeg
5 tbsp Milk
A handful of Flaked Almonds
For the decoration:
200g Icing Sugar
3 tbsp Orange Juice for mixing
Candy-coated Mini Eggs
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