In the first of our series of lunchtime ideas, in a bid to spice up your lunchtime eating, why not spend some weekend preparation time creating these fantastic bread cones, of which you can stuff with your favourite fillings?
The idea, from Home Cooking Adventure on YouTube, is accompanied by full written instructions on their website, and takes over an hour to make, as time is needed for rising of the dough. If you have the facilities, we’re thinking it would even make a nice lesson activity for your students.
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