If you've run out of things to do to keep the kids entertained this half them, then why not get them in the kitchen with some very simple recipes, allowing the kids to get creative and have fun in the process.
After all baking doesn't have to be stressful, even with the little chefs involved.
We've chosen 4 easy but very tasty recipes, which are perfect for the whole family to get involved with and are a sure fire way to get the kids away from the TV.
These tortilla pizzas will be an instant hit with the kids and will allow them to get creative with their toppings and are perfect for a quick bite to eat. Even better you’ll have most of the ingredients in your cupboards and fridge, and you can use any left over tortilla wraps from the kid’s school lunches: Get the recipe
ROCKY ROAD CRUNCH BARS
Chocolate, marshmallows and biscuits, mention these 3 ingredients to the kids and they’ll be running into the kitchen, ready to bake these treats. These rocky road crunch bars are perfect as a lunch box filler once the kids are back in school. Get the recipe
GOLDEN SYRUP FLAPJACKS
With minimal ingredients and no mess at all, flapjacks are one of the easiest recipes for the kids to make. Even better you can keep them plain, get a little fruity or if you’re feeling a naughty add a layer of chocolate for a gooey chocolate flapjack. Get the recipe
EASY CHOCOLATE CUPCAKES
If the kids aren't keen on helping you make these chocolatey cupcakes, then you can guarantee once it comes to licking the bowl and decorating you won’t be able to get them out the kitchen. A great recipe that you can really let the kids get creative with this half term. Get the recipe