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You need:
2 tablespoons of margarine
1 tablespoon of golden syrup
1 level tablespoon of sugar
1 heaped dessertspoon of cocoa
12 heaped tablespoons of cornflakes
(or rice crispies)
Tablespoons, dessertspoon, saucepan,
mixing spoon, baking tin or paper cases.

What to do:
Put the margarine, sugar and syrup into a pan.
Heat the pan so everything melts together.
Stir the mixture very carefully.
Take the pan off the stove.
Quickly stir in the cocoa and heat the pan again.
Take the pan off the stove and add the cereal.
Mix everything together.
Use a tablespoon to put dollops of mixture into paper cases
Or put all the mixture into a baking tin.
Leave it a while to set

You need:
Slices of bread
A little margarine
A little vegetable oil (for frying)
Safe knife, spoon, big plate, frying pan, frying slice

What to do:
Make jam sandwiches
Fry them on each side
Serve and eat.

You need:
Some fruit. (Raspberries or gooseberries are good.)
Thickened double cream
Colander, saucepan, mixing spoon, tablespoons, whisk (or fork), bowls.

What to do:
Put the fruit into a colander and wash it.
Let it drain.
(You need to 'top and tail' gooseberries = take off the stalks.)
Put the fruit into a pan.
Gently cook it in a tiny bit of water until soft.

Take the fruit off the heat, and mix it into a pulp.
Add sugar to taste.
Let the fruit cool.
(If the cream is runny, then whip it until it is quite thick.)
Add the cream to the fruit pulp – as much as you want.
Add more sugar, if you wish.
Stir the mixture.
Now let it cool in the fridge for a while.
Serve in bowls.

You need:
One big potato per person
Half a peeled onion per person
Safe knife, peeler, chopping board, saucepan, plates.

What to do:
Peel the potatoes.
Cut them into evenly sized pieces, about 1cm thick.
Chop the onion into thick slices.
Place everything into a pan with a very little water.
Sprinkle with a little salt and pepper.
Add small pieces of butter.

Put the lid on the pan.
Cook very slowly on the stove for about an hour – or until everything is cooked.
Shake pan every now and then.
(The potato should be soft but not mashed.)

Turn out onto plates and eat.

You need:
2 egg yolks
250 grams of cream
50 grams of sugar
A little bit of cooking oil.
(Soft fruit)
Small bowl, scales, spoons, frying pan, frying slice, plate.

What to do:
Mix the egg yolks with the cream and sugar.
Put a little oil into your pan to grease it.
Put the pan on the stove and heat a little.
(Be careful – don’t let the pan get very hot.)
Take the pan off the stove.
Pour a big spoonful of your mixture into the warm pan
Put the pan back on the stove and heat the pancake gently.
When it has browned a little, serve and eat.

(You can add fruit, such as raspberries or strawberries, to the pancakes.)

You need:
4 flat tablespoons of margarine
1 flat tablespoons of brown sugar
2 tablespoons of golden syrup
½ teaspoon of salt
8 tablespoons of oats (or add until you feel there are enough)
Saucepan, mixing spoon, tablespoons, teaspoon, baking tin, safe knife.

What to do:
Put the margarine, sugar and syrup into a pan.
Heat them on the stove.
Take the pan off the stove and add the oats and salt.
Mix well
Pour the mixture into a baking tin.
Bake in the oven at 180º or Gas Mark 5 for 30-40 minutes.
Cut the slices when still warm.
Leave to cool.

You need:
2 cups of plain flour
2 cups of self raising flour
2 cups of butter or margarine
½ a cup of caster sugar
¼ teaspoon of salt
Mixing bowl, cup, fork, teaspoon, baking tin, safe knife, plate.

What to do:
Put everything into a bowl and mix them together.
You can use a fork for this.
Press the mixture into a baking tin.
Cut through the mixture to make slices.
Prick the top all over with your fork.
Bake in the oven at 140 º, or Gas Mark 2, for about an hour.
The top should be a very light golden brown.
Let the shortbread cool and then put onto a plate.

You need:
A cup of macaroni
Some pouring cream
A lump of butter
A little flour
Some grated parmesan cheese
Saucepan, cup, colander, mixing spoon, serving dish, tablespoon.

What to do:
Put the macaroni into a saucepan and cover with cold water.
Cook the macaroni until it is soft.
Drain it carefully in a colander.
Put the macaroni back into the pan.
Add the cream
Roll the butter in a little flour and add to the macaroni.
Now warm gently, stirring all the time.
Pour into a dish.
Sprinkle with the parmesan cheese.

You need:
4 tablespoons of grated cheese
4 tablespoons of medium oatmeal
2 tablespoons of flour
2 teaspoons of baking powder
A pinch of salt and pepper
A little water
A little cooking oil
Mixing bowl, mixing spoon, cup, frying pan, tablespoons, teaspoon, frying slice.

What to do:
Put all the dry ingredients into a bowl.
Mix them with a little cold water so it becomes a fairly stiff batter.
Put a drop of oil into the frying pan and heat a little.
Take the pan off the heat.
Drop spoonfuls of your mixture into the pan
(They should be about the thickness of a biscuit.)
Now put the pan back on the heat.
Carefully fry the frizzles on both sides, until golden brown.

You need:
100 grams of sugar
4 tablespoons of water
A drop of vanilla essence
1 pint of whipping cream (570 ml)
(Chocolate flakes)
Mixing bowl, scales, tablespoon, mixing spoon, whisk (or fork), plastic freezer tub

What to do:
Put the sugar and water together and mix to make a syrup.
Add the vanilla essence and mix.
Whisk the cream until it is stiff.
Mix everything together.
Put in plastic tub and place in the freezer.
Let it set.

(You can add flakes of chocolate, if you wish).