Magic Biscuits

This is a simple little post, but one I thought may be nice to share with you all.

I love finding little always to incorporate magic into the kids lives.

One of my favourite ways is to make magic biscuits.

This is so simple but is a really lovely activity to do together that feels a little bit magical.

For me it’s a little addition to my bag of tricks that can be pulled out when we need a little sparkle and enchantment.

It’s Christmas so we will be making gingerbread for these ones and they will be shared as part of our Solstice celebrations.

You can adapt this for any baking you wish to do. Also they don’t need to be so unhealthy like these! You could make crackers etc for packed lunches.

All you will need, apart from your recipie and ingredients is some clean jars and some supplies to make magical labels for your jars.

I just used some paper tags.

Label up your jars however you wish……a dash of love, a dose of luck, a pinch of happiness etc.

You can also use confidence, bravery for kids in times when they are worrying/ anxious about something. Maybe before an important event, first day at school etc.

I prepare all the ingredients in the jars, out of sight from the kids, and have them all ready when we begin. It makes baking with kids that little bit tidier and more efficient, especially if they are pre weighed in the jars too, so they can just be tipped into the bowl. Win!!

It’s a lovely way to connect and take their mind off things (especially good for older kids).

We don’t always bake such sickly sugary biscuits, but we got a bit carried away with these….

Decorated by Arthur 2 years old ❤️

I hope you enjoyed this little post.

Thank you for reading!

Amy ❤️

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