Most people have heard of the French Yogurt Cake made famous in the book Bringing Up Bébé by Pamela Druckerman. I had always wanted to get my kids involved in this simple intro to baking, but it wasn’t until I started working on a new blog ~ Creative Sides ~ with a partner that I ever got around to doing it.
My blog partner is married to a Frenchman, and this yogurt cake is the first thing that French children learn to make themselves. It calls for an individual serving size cup of yogurt, and all of the ingredients afterwards are measured by the number of yogurt cups needed. It’s the perfect starter recipe to encourage kids’ independence. My girls had so much fun making it, and were super proud of the finished result!
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