Sunday, 27 May 2012

Goats Cheese Pizza: Cooking with Kids for the Capricorn Goats Cheese Challenge

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Today is the last day of National Vegetarian Week, and to celebrate our family spent the day in the garden enjoying the beautiful weather and also getting creative with food. I love taking the kids outside to eat or prepare food as much as possible when the weather is good as I find it tends to create great conversations about food and nature. As those friendly goats at Capricorn Goats Cheese sent me a hamper this week, the kids wanted to create some delicious Goats Cheese Pizza's today using the ingredients we were sent.

I won't bore you with the method for how to make pizza, as it is super easy, but I have included a list of the ingredients we used and some photos below to give you a helping hand. The girls had a great time making their pizzas, and we had some fab discussion about how goats cheese is made so they learned something at the same time. We also used the Capricorn Goats Cheese website to find out more about the goats who made their cheese. 

Eldest loved Ethel because she loves pink, as does Ethel it seems! Youngest loved Beryl as it seems they share many of the same traits - youngest hates being fenced in too! 

Ingredients
Two Pizza Bases
Tub or Tin of Tomato Puree

Bowlful of Each:
Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese

Red Pepper
Cheddar Cheese
Mushrooms
Tomatoes
Red Onion
Spring Onion
Pear
Walnuts 


Watch the Pro's


The Creations

The Results


I am entering the kid's pizzas into the Capricorn Challenge on Twitter. Follow the #CapricornChallenge hashtag to see other bloggers fab creations.

Disclosure: I was sent a hamper full of ingredients to cook with and review by Capricorn Goats Cheese. All opinions are my own.

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