5 easiest ever Red Nose Day bakes

Most schools will be steering clear of bake sales for this year’s Red Nose Day, but that shouldn’t stop you whipping up some tasty treats to enjoy at home! These easiest ever Red Nose Day treats use shop-bought biscuits, ready-made fairy cakes and lots of icing, so you can decorate them in minutes.

Red Nose Day biscuits

You’ll need:

  • Shop-bought plain biscuits
  • Red icing

 

What to do:

1. Help your child make the icing according to the pack instructions and add red food colouring.
2. Now, they can spread the red icing all over the plain biscuits and let them harden.
3. Ta-da! Your red nose biscuits are ready!

Red Nose Day fairy cakes

You’ll need:

  • Shop-bought fairy cakes
  • Red icing
  • White icing pen
  • Black icing pen

 

What to do:

1. Help your kids make some icing according to the pack instructions and add red food colouring.
2. Now they can spread it over the top of the fairy cakes.
3. When it’s set, they use icing pens to give the cake noses funny faces!

Red Nose Day Jammy Dodgers

You’ll need:

 

What to do:

1. Help your child mix up a bit of white icing.
2. Let your kid stick edible eyes on the biscuits using a bit of the white icing.
3. Now they can draw big smiles on the biscuits with the rest of the icing.
4. Eat!

Red Nose Day funny face fairy cakes

You’ll need:

  • Shop-bought fairy cakes
  • White icing
  • Black icing pen
  • Red Smarties
  • M&Ms or Skittles

What to do:

1. Help your child mix up lots of white icing.
2. Let your kid spread the icing over the cakes.
3. Stick on a sweet red nose and and leave the icing to harden.
4. Help your little one draw eyes and a smile around the noses.

Red Nose Day gingerbread men

You’ll need:

  • Shop-bought gingerbread man biscuits
  • White icing pen
  • Glacier cherries, cut in half

 

What to do:

1. Cut the cherries in half.
2. Get your kids to decorate the gingerbread man with the white icing pen.
3. Now help your little one stick on red cherry noses with the white icing.