If you are a child, please ask an adult to supervise you. Don’t forget to wash your hands
125g self-raising flour with a pinch of salt (provided) 1 ½ tbsp olive, vegetable or sunflower oil (not provided) Approximately 75ml of water (not provided)
In a bowl, mix the flour oil and water with a wooden spoon. Use your hands to bring the mix together into a rough, sticky, dough
Tip the dough onto a floured surface and knead for one minute until smooth. Divide into three balls
Heat a frying pan over a medium heat. Brush the tops of each circle with oil.
Fry for 3-4 minutes on both sides until golden and cooked through
Eat on their own or serve with soup, chilli or bolognaise
If you like, add some herbs such as oregano to the flour before mixing for extra flavour. You could even add cheese and create cheesy flatbreads.
Activity: Growing cress
This month’s Messy Church is all about harvest. You have everything you need in your pack to grow and harvest your very own crop of cress
Eat the jelly and wash the pot
Place the cotton wool in the bottom of the now empty jelly pot.
Add a drop of water; enough to soak the cotton wool but not too much so the cotton wool disintegrates
Sprinkle a few cress seeds on the cotton wool.
Watch them grow and when the cress is strong and green (see picture) cut the plants from their root, wash, and add to sandwiches or salads.
Hope you've enjoyed Messy Church at home for October. Have a good month, and I'll be praying for you. Look out for the packages coming your way. If you have enjoyed our service and would like a Messy Church at Home package and don't normally receive one please contact Stephen on 07902 946 004
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