Monday, 7 January 2019

Baking class with Little Bakers Lab [GIVEAWAY]

The kids and I spent our weekend baking pineapple tarts with some blogger mummies and kids over at Little Bakers Lab. Not the ordinary tarts, but cute piggy pineapple tarts to welcome the year of oink oink! The baking studio is a nice and cosy space in Serangoon Garden Way. I love how beautiful and bright its baking environment is with everything laid out neatly before putting us to task. With chef hats, aprons and takeaway containers provided, there is nothing we have to come in with, except enthusiasm.

Baking Family Fun

Check out this simple and yummy recipe we did with their founder, Janice Tan. More than the outcome, we had a fun time bonding through baking. Baking with the kids not only provides a practical experience, it is a great way to spend family time. And here, we can leave the mess out of home.


INGREDIENTS
25g all purpose flour
25g cake flour
25g corn flour
10g milk powder
9g icing sugar
1/2 egg yolk
1/8 tsp vanilla essence
38g cold butter
12 pieces of pineapple jam ball (Poon Huat)
black sesame seeds


METHOD 
1. Sieve all flour, milk powder and icing sugar together.
2. Cut in cold butter and rub with fingertips until mixture becomes coarse crumbs.
3. Make a well, add egg yolk and vanilla essence, and knead into soft dough. Place dough in fridge for 20 to 30 minutes.
4. Roll dough into balls weighing 10g each.
5. Flatten a piece of dough, place pineapple jam ball in the middle and wrap it up. Roll it in between your palms to shape it into a ball.
6. Use dough to shape ears and nose. Shape nose nostrils with toothpick and add sesame seeds as eyes.
7. Bake them at 165 degrees Celsius for 20 minutes.
8. Cool completely before keeping them in air tight container.


Extra ingredient - Fun!

And Jazz arranged her piggies to be doing circle time in the oven.

Into the oven!

Baked piggies

The kids love it so much that they asking to bake more at home!

And while waiting for the dough in the fridge, Janice thoughtfully baked some cupcakes for the kids to decorate on. It was a pleasant surprise and treat for the kids!



Little Bakers Lab is a baking studio that conducts kids baking workshops, parties and events. It is less than a month to the Lunar New Year! And there is no better way to prepare for the festive season other than making our own handmade Chinese New Year goodies with our little ones. 

Parent and Child CNY Baking Workshop is now open for registration at Little Bakers Lab. Grab this opportunity to bond and have fun with our little ones by making your very own Piggy Pineapple Tarts.

Only 5 workshops available, so grab your slots to avoid disappointment!

Try too, our giveaway below. As well as these Mummy bloggers who will be/are hosting their giveaway on blog, facebook or Instagram:

Raising Faith
Family.Stay.sg
The Perfect Father
Instagram: @xincilovesyou
The Hooting Post




Piggy Pineapple Tarts Baking Workshop

Dates:
19 Jan (Sat): 10.30am to 12pm
20 Jan (Sun): 2pm to 3.30pm
25 Jan (Fri): 4pm to 5.30pm
26 Jan (Sat): 10.30am to 12pm
27 Jan (Sun): 2pm to 3.30pm

Fee:
$58 per pair (Parent+child)

Venue:
Little Bakers Lab
87A Serangoon Garden Way S(555983)
To Register:
Pm via their Facebook page or Whatsapp to 9389 6066.


GIVEAWAY
We have one parent and child (above 3 year old) slot for GIVEAWAY to 1 winner for this CNY workshop! All you had need to do is:

1. Like Little Bakers Lab on Facebook
2. Like Mum's calling on Facebook
3. Tag 3 friends whom you think will love to attend this parent and child baking class, in the comments section of this Facebook post.
For an additional entry chance:
4. Follow Little Bakers Lab on Instagram and
5. Follow Mum's calling on Instagram
(Leave me your Instagram account in the comment section of this Facebook post too!)

All the best! Giveaway closes on 15 Jan 19, 2359hrs.

This GIVEAWAY has ended. Congrats Priscilla Quek! 


Terms and Conditions:

  • Winners will be picked by random.org
  • Winners will be announced on Facebook and this blog post
  • Winners will have 24 hours to respond, failing which a new winner will be drawn
  • Date and Time of workshops are firm
  • All incomplete entries will be disqualified
  • All entries will be verified before the winner is announced 
  • To be fair to our sponsors, social media accounts set up purely to take part in contests will be deemed ineligible to win.
  • Giveaway is no way sponsored, endorsed, administered or associated with Facebook or Instagram


1 comment :

  1. This recipe is new to me, i live in USA and from india. Surely, should try this recipe.
    By the way, I have blog and it's all about yogurt, you can read yogurt related information, thanks

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