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Easy recipes to bake with your little ones

Want to get creative in the kitchen this weekend and satisfy your sweet cravings? This collection of decadent treats are easy to make, perfect for getting your little ones involved with the cooking or decorating process. From our butterfly-topped brownies to our triple-chocolate brownies, these little baked goods make lovely lunchbox fillers, birthday party food and edible rewards. Take a flick through our recipes with your kids and let them cook what to make this weekend.

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    Chocolate freckle biscuits

    Sweet and chocolately, these homemade freckle biscuit bites make a wonderful after school treat or lunch box filler. They're easy enough to make for your little ones to help out, too.

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    Banana and choc-hazelnut dessert pizza

    Put a delicious sweet twist on this traditional Italian dish with the addition of chocolate, hazelnut and sweet bananas. The golden crumbly topping is the perfect ingredient to finish off this decadent dessert.

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    No-bake mars bar slice

    Everyone loves Mars bars so what better way to make it into a delicious, quick and easy Rice Bubble slice. Great for kid's parties and to satisfy the sweet tooth!

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    Gingerbread rings

    Make these cute and colourful gingerbread cookies for the family, a children's party or to give as gifts. They can be made up to 4 days ahead.

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    Malteser slice

    Chocolate lovers unite with this heavenly, decadent Malteser slice! Rich, sweet and delicious - this divine slice is sure to have you running back for more!

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    Fruit and marshmallow dessert pizzas

    Spoil the kids with these amazing dessert pizzas topped with strawberries, banana and caramel sauce. Perfect for a sleepover party!

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    Rocky road

    A variation on the traditional Aussie rocky road recipe, this one uses biscuits rather than nuts. But if you're feeling adventurous you can adapt it by using nuts instead. Either way, it's a tasty treat.

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    Chocolate chip cookies

    A classic biscuit that is loved by all, the humble chocolate chip cookie is best enjoyed with a glass of milk. They're great to bake with the little ones, too.

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    Teddy bear biscuits

    The kids will love these delightful teddy bear biscuits. You can experiment with different coloured smarties to have a variety of coloured noses, if you like.

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    Golden cinnamon biscuits

    The dark caramel flavours of brown sugar and golden syrup spiced with cinnamon mean these simple golden cinnamon biscuits are absolutely full of flavour.

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    Chocolate nutella mug puddings

    These decadent chocolate nutella mug puddings are the ultimate dessert for all the sweet tooth's out there! Easy to prepare and irresistibly delicious!

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    Easy-peasy chocolate balls

    With only four ingredients, you'll be amazed at how indulgent these beautiful little chocolate and coconut balls taste. Enjoy as a light dessert, or pop in your work or school lunchbox for a quick snack.

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    Truffle cupcakes

    For a grown-up and ever so slightly more decadent option, why not try these recipes+ truffle cupcakes? Made with almond meal rather than flour, they really are something special.

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    Triple choc brownies

    Chocolate brownies are one of life's sweet delights and yet they are surprisingly easy to make.

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