Bethany donned her Fifi apron, she has enough aprons for this to be a big decision, and opted for yoghurt and berry muffins.
The first challenge for both of us was the egg cracking, something I would normally do myself.
After giving it a serious bashing, Bethany shook the insides out of a small hole and I picked out all the shell. I did the second one myself but only as a teaching exercise of course.
In her magical Christmas cooking bag Bethany had some colourful chocolate chips which she thought would be perfect in this.
The best bit! I was easily able to let her do this alone as I don't love muffins, being more of a cupcake person.
With Bethany my presence is still very much required but I am hoping to see Jossie become self sufficient in the kitchen this year. She wanted to make chocolate chip bikkies so I gave her Nigella's chocolate mint biscuit recipe and told her how to make them blond and not minty. I had to advise her about a few things but essentially, she did it all herself. Next week she will make her first meal and we a starting with the basics - bolognese.