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ABEILLE | Cellular Blankets | The Perfect Layer

Jam Tarts


Jam Tarts: Homemade Jam tarts are my favourite treat; they remind me of my childhood, fun days baking with my mum. We always used to make them when we had leftover pastry from a pie; they will always be my favourite. Baking with a toddler with a short attention span can be a challenge, so this is more of an activity using shop-bought pastry however if you have a little more time I use this fail-safe nigella recipe to make my own click hereOliver loving his Jam Tart

Equipment: Short crust pastry shop bought Jam Butter for greasing Flour for dusting onto shopping board Rolling pin Pastry cutter Pastry brush (if you have one, not essential)

Method: Preheat the oven to Gas Mark 4 (180 degrees)Prep the tin

Allow your toddler to grease the baking tin liberally with butter using the pastry brush or fingers (this kept Oliver occupied for about 15mins) whilst you roll out the pastry on a floured surface with a floured rolling pinAm I doing this right Mumma?

Lightly flour a large pastry cutter and use the pastry cutter to cut out circles larger than the holes in the baking trayPastry into the tin

Assist your toddler to place each circle of pastry into the hole in the baking tray. Don’t worry if they get a little out of shape, the untidier the betterJam into the pastry

Fill each pastry with a teaspoon of jamJam into the mouth, Ops!

Bake on Gas Mark 5 for 12-15 mins or until a light golden brownYummy Jam Tarts..

When baked, leave the jam tarts to cool for at least 10mins as the jam will be extremely hot and then enjoy! Michelle x