Thursday, 5 April 2018

Hot Cross Buns

On Wednesday the Junior Team worked in groups with Mrs Davies to make our very own Hot Cross Buns!

We had to tell Mrs Davies what we thought the ingredients were in the Hot Cross Buns. By Ben

The parent helpers were awesome. They helped us make Hot Cross Buns. By Zara

These are the ingredients for the hot cross buns. By Bella

We did a Easter Bunny dance and here we are stretching and hopping. By Campbell

This is one part of the Easter Bunny dance and we were shaking our bottoms when Mrs Bunny flopped. By Max H 



Mrs Davies made some dough the night before. The dough rose because of the yeast. By Max C 




We learnt that yeast would eat the sugar and then fart it out and this made the dough rise ... but we killed it by putting it in the oven! By Cash

This is us putting the ingredients into the bread maker to make the dough. By Paige 

Here is Max C putting in milk powder to make the dough. By Blake



I felt hungry when we were making the dough. We read the recipe and added in the water. By Kaiden

I felt excited to eat the hot cross buns. By Carter

The parents helped us by explaining which ingredient was next. By Charlie

We are adding the oil to the dough. By Arden

Here we are waiting for Mrs Davies to put the dough in the pie warmer so that it can rise. By Thomas

The hot cross buns were very hot when we got them out of the oven. By Liam




Here is Zara putting in the sugar so that the yeast can eat it and FART! By Isabelle



The last part that we did was put flour on the table and make the shape of our hot cross bun and we could choose if we wanted raisins. By Esther

When Mrs Davies gave me the hot cross bun I got a raisin from it and I ate it. It tasted like a burnt sausage. By Lucy

I got a hot cross bun from Mrs Davies and it was burning hot. By Toby

Here I am eating a hot cross bun it was yummy. By Hailey

Mmmmmm, delicious! By Brody

Cash was eating his hot cross bun. By Lucas

Me and Cooper were shoving out hot cross buns in our mouths. They were delicious when we shoved them in. By Cooper and Isaac

3 comments:

  1. you guys did a great job

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  2. Great learning everyone - it sounds like the yeast is a very important ingredient! Thank goodness that Mrs Davies had already prepared some dough for you all.

    Almost a week later and we are still hearing about the delicious hot cross buns - ka rawe!

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  3. ohhh! yummy why didint i get one sad face all though well done.

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