Welcome to French Fridays where I’m excited to share another video in the series of kids making dishes from my cookbook (eeep – it’s out NEXT WEEK!).
Last year, you might remember that a few of the recipes from the book got mass-tested because the Grade 4 class elected to research French food and culture for a project. Each group wrote research questions and answered them and decided they wanted to “present their knowledge” to an audience by making a recipe video.
The project was successful last year but I wanted to refine it and make it even better this year and I knew this group was a “foodie” group so imagined it would be very popular too! Last year’s group made profiteroles, crêpes and crème caramel. This year’s group chose baguette, crème brûlée, the ever-popular crêpes and chocolate mousse.
Today I’m sharing the group who chose chocolate mousse which is a perfect entry-level recipe for young chefs – there are a few different steps that kids of all level of ability can take on and because I’ve developed the recipes in the book using electric hand beaters, there’s lots to keep little hands busy – also, where possible, I’ve organised the recipes so that you don’t need to wash the beaters in between steps to save on cleanup and fuss.
Where can you get the actual recipe, I hear you ask? In the French kitchen with kids releases July 31, 2018 (that’s NEXT TUESDAY!)! Click here for pre-order details (and a bonus if you pre-order)!
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