Fun Bread Recipes for Kids
Many families have taken to baking bread since the COVID-19 outbreak. Not only does homemade bread conjure up images of comfort, but it also makes your house smell really good. And, it's easier to make than you think. Spend a fun day in the kitchen by baking one of these cute breads for kids. Don't have any yeast? We've included a recipe to make your own!
Luckily, this recipe for hippopotamus soup requires no real hippos. All you need is bread dough, creative juices and a dash of fun. Oh, and your favourite soup. Get recipe from Handmade Charlotte.
Piggy Bread Rolls
These cute piggy bread rolls would make the perfect addition to your child's lunch. Get recipe from Cafe Chocolada.
Kids will love learning to make a turtle bread using this fun recipe. Get recipe from Betty Crocker.
Pig Shaped Buns
The adorability of these pig buns really speak for themselves. Our only concern is that they are far too cute to eat! Get recipe from The MoonBlush Baker.
Octopus Bread Bowl
You won't find a more fun way to serve soup. The kids will go crazy for these adorable edible bread bowls. Get recipe from She Knows.
Can you imagine these little birdies peeking out of a bread basket? Or on the edge of a salad plate? Pretty adorable, right? Get recipe from Serious Eats.
This super easy recipe for rainbow bread is not only colourful but it's also really delicious! Perfect for your next get together or kid's party! Get recipe from Dessert Now Dinner Later.
Wiggly Caterpillar Buns
Baking will become more fun with these caterpillar-shaped buns the kids will love to make. Get recipe from Sainsbury.
Making this frog bread is a such a fun, easy way to teach your child about baking bread. Get recipe from The Fresh Loaf.
How cute are these bunny-shaped sour cream buns? Get recipe from TasteSpotting.
A fun project to make with your kids. Use your favourite bread dough to make this cute bunny loaf. Get recipe from Serious Eats.
A delicious lemon pull-apart lamb bread. Get recipe from Rhodes.
Basic Sourdough Starter
It’s very easy to make a Basic Sourdough Starter without yeast. It takes a bit of time, but the results are amazing and well worth it. There is nothing like a freshly-baked loaf of sourdough bread. Get recipe from Parade.