Perfect Peach Cobblers in Year 4

Yesterday, Mrs Hassall’s class demonstrated their culinary skills making some amazing peach cobblers – putting our fantastic technology room to good use! Firstly, the children practised their cutting skills, carefully slicing peaches for the filling. Next, they carefully measured and weighed flour, butter and brown sugar for the crumble topping. The children must have read the scales very well as the crumbles were a huge success. To top it off, they also washed all of the dishes, tidied up and followed all of our food hygiene rules! I’m sure you’ll agree the children did a fab job and the cobblers looked delicious!

2 thoughts on “Perfect Peach Cobblers in Year 4

  1. Mrs Frost

    It’s lovely to see that you have been enjoying making a peach cobbler to celebrate Martin Luther King day.
    Did you know that Atlanta in America was the birth place of the peach cobbler and Martin Luther King?

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  2. Mrs Frost

    Well done year 4. You have certainly worked hard in the food technology room making a peach cobbler to celebrate Martin Luther King day.
    Did you know that Atlanta in America was the birth place of the peach cobbler and Martin Luther King?

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