Yes, but you need an adult to help you if it’s your first attempt. And if you’re under 9, you should ask for an adult to help you every time just in case. After all, some recipes require using an oven or the stove, which are very hot, so an adult would be necessary to safely handle them.
When we post a recipe (or have it in the book), we list the ingredients as well as what type of tools you need to make it.
About once a week. We give you tips and tricks for recipes, blog about animals and the environment, share stories of French culture, and post new easy and delicious recipes all the time!
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Butter and oil are often interchangeable in our recipes. As well as fruits, which are interchangeable. You can also switch regular sugar for confectioner’s sugar, brown sugar, regular sugar syrup, or agave syrup (you’ll need lots of agave syrup though). The quantities should be similar in terms of cups and size, but it would be a bit of an experiment and might end up a bit different. If you’re in a pinch, it’s worth a try! Otherwise, stick to the list.
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Ah, Paris! The city of lights, and love. But also the city in the world best known for it’s incredible food. How could Little Chef Panda visit anywhere else on his first trip? But do not worry, he will certainly visit more cities of the world. If you have an idea of where you would like him to go next, write it in the contact form here and let him know.