Mommy helped measure all ingredients and pick out some egg shells. Our little mister had a great time. He was so proud of the doughnut shaped loaf when it was complete he raved about it in the afternoon to his sisters.
I am so glad I captured this for him, he will treasure these photos and look back on them as he grows. PS I am printing them and putting them in his album. We made just a small loaf so everything was easy for him to smash pour and stir.
If you want to bake a small loaf with your child here is the recipe we used.
Soft butter (with or without toast crumbs) - 1/4 cup
white sugar - 1/3 cup
large egg (pick out shells after if needed) - 1
Mashed ripe banana - 2
2% Milk - 2 tbsp
All purpose four - 1-1/4 cups
Baking soda - 1/2 tsp
Course Sea Salt - 1/4 tsp
Chocolate chips (before we ate some) - 1 cup
Cream butter and sugar, add milk and banana. add dry ingredients Mix well add chocolate chips
Pour into bunt pan for doughnut shape pan ( faster baking time as well)
Bake at 350 c until edges are golden and toothpick comes out clean. aprox 20 min
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