By Izzy M.
We make & bake our own bread & cakes quite often, & my Dad lets me make loaves too!
The one in the picture is a healthy seeded loaf (which had lots of butter on later).
We mix our ingredients up in the food mixer then finish off the bread by hand...
Learning to knead bread is simple after you've had a few go's at it
TOP-TIP ..when kneading keep your fingers clenched & just use the bottom part of your hands (by your wrists, & your knuckles, that way you don't get the mix & yourself in a mess)
The picture is when we are waiting for the yeast to make the dough rise before we pop it in the oven (you pop it somewhere warm covered with clingfilm)
If you haven't got time to weigh & measure out all the ingredients Wrights bread mixes are really good & tasty to get you started, it might take a few go's to get good at kneading, but fresh baked bread is well worth the effort!
Give it a go with help from your parents or carers & let me know how you did, (take a picture of your baking & perhaps we can put them up here for everyone too see) !?