Here are the results of the Spring Bake Off cookie challenge!
went to Morgan and Emma.
The judges said that Morgan’s cookie centres were deliciously soft and fluffy.
Emma’s ginger cookies looked just perfect and had a lovely taste which wasn’t overpowering .
The Silver awards went to Nathan, who had a great flaky chocolate topping with a fantastic rum essence centre and Charlotte, who had perfect presentation for Valentine’s day as well as a lovely taste.
The Bronze awards went to Bradley, who had managed to make cookies with chocolate chips and Ellie, who had fantastic presentation using milk and white chocolate.
So congratulations once more to the Spring Bake Off team, you all did a tremendous job and we look forward to the next challenge on its way soon.
Please take a look at the final results by clicking onto the SPRING COOKIES tab at the top of the page.
The Spring Peters Hill Bake Off Team met for their second challenge on Thursday 3oth January. Here are the results!
Gold Awards went to Nathan and Charlotte.
The judges said that Nathan’s scones had an amazing flavour with a great apple and toffee twist.
Charlotte’s were said to melt in the mouth and had great texture with lots of fruit.
The Silver awards went to Bradley who’s scones had a delicious crunch and Ellie-Mae who had presented her scones beautifully.
The Bronze awards went to Mia, who had managed to make her scones very evenly sized as well as taste fantastic and Emma who had made wonderful well-balanced creations.
So congratulations to the new Bake Off team, you all did a tremendous job and we look forward to the next challenge on its way soon.
Please take a look at the final results by clicking onto the SPRING SCONES tab at the top of the page.
Thank you to those people who responded to the Maths challenge.
Here are the solutions:
9 children needed 3/4 of a cup of sugar each, which means there needs to be a calculation of :
9 X 3/4 = 9/1 X 3/4 = 27/4 = 6 3/4 of sugar altogether
2/3 of a cup of butter is needed for 12 cookies. Each person only needs to make 6 cookies.
Therefore 6 cookies need half the quantity of butter, which is 2/3 divided by 2 = 1/3 of a cup.
There are 9 children, 1/3 x 9 = 3 cups of butter.
Hope you had fun exploring the challenge!