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© FAB and AHDB 2011 Let’s celebrate
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Let’s celebrate! Select a celebration for your school community such as a sporting achievement, special anniversary or religious celebration.
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Let’s celebrate! Plan and make a sweet or savoury biscuit which includes the use of flour to celebrate the chosen occasion.
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Let’s celebrate! How many different types of biscuits can you think of?
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Biscuits can be... Biscuits can be surprising.
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Biscuits can be... Biscuits can be different shapes.
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Biscuits can be... Biscuits can be decorated, filled or joined together.
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Biscuits can be... Biscuits can be different textures such as crunchy, crumbly or chewy.
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Biscuits can be... Biscuits can be sweet or savoury.
© FAB and AHDB 2011 Oh Crumbs!. © FAB and AHDB 2011 The challenge Plan and make a sweet or savoury crumble that: is an individual or snack size is sweet.
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