As a host parent of children between 0 and 13 years old, I use themes during the reception days. I often compose these themes myself, because I really like to see the reactions of the children when they are enthusiastically engaged in an assignment that I made up myself. From 24-08-2020 until 20-09-2020 we will be working on the theme: “Swing lights” These fun and above all tasty siren pastries can be easily made with children from 3 years old.
Simple Apple Siren Pastries Theme Flashing Lights
Simple Apple Siren Pastries Theme Flashing Lights, Ingredients
- Puff pastry (frozen)
- Dye for decoration, preferably red, white and blue. But unfortunately we didn't have blue in stock
- An apple, our apple comes from our own apple tree, Jammie!!
Simple apple siren pastries Theme flashing lights, preparation
- Confused the electrice oven at 225 degrees
- Let the puff pastry thaw for 5 minutes, so they are just a little stiff and fold them easier in the right shape
- In the meantime, you can, or let the apple cut into pieces and remove the peel
- Put the small pieces of apple in the middle of the half-frozen puff pastry
- You fold first diagonally the two points towards each other, and then the other two diagonals points
- Then bake, 15 minutes at 225 degrees (after 15 minutes check if the apple pastry is already good enough)
- After baking, let the apple sirens cool down, and then you can decorate the sirens with edible markers together or the children. Make small stripes or circles around and the sirens are ready to be eaten
Interested in the complete theme of flashing lights? Follow my page on yoo.rs, or send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will keep you informed if there is a new activity online. Around 18-09-2020, a compilation blog will appear on yoo.rs with the complete overview of the theme flashing lights, with activities, songs, stories and the best flashing light craft assignments with a step by step explanation. I would love to get photos emailed from your final result. With permission I would like to add it to this blog. Ours follow, too.
Copyright images Sabrina Jansen