Kids in the Kitchen – Knickerbocker Glory

Welcome to this weeks Kids in the Kitchen. It’s June already, time to start thinking of summer, although if today was anything to go by I think I’d rather not. We did have a nice sunny day over the weekend though and our tummies decided that ice cream would be a nice treat. So for kids in the kitchen this week, we made Knickerbocker Glory.

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Knickerbocker Glory

Boo asked us what a knickerbocker glory was and we told her it was a fruity ice cream served in a glass. She asked if she could make one, so how could we refuse?
Kinckerbocker Glory is traditionally served in a tall glass with a long spoon and decorated with a wafer. The ingredients seem to vary, so long as you include ice-cream. We didn’t have the long spoons, and silly mummy forgot to get the wafers (but then they never actually get eaten anyway) but we did have lots of fun making our version of the desert.
First we gathered our ingredients:
Raspberry ripple ice-cream
sliced strawberries
sliced peaches
sliced soft pears
chocolate sauce
Then we each took a glass and layered the ingredients as we wished.
We had lots of fun making our knickerbocker glories. 
We also had lots of fun eating them.
And at least one of your five a day!
So now it’s over to you, get in the kitchen with your kids and come and share what you’ve cooked,
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  1. June 3, 2015 / 9:55 pm

    this looks so yummy! And what a great reminder of a blast from the past – I haven't had one for years so I think we will be making our own soon. thank you for the inspiration! x

    • June 4, 2015 / 1:51 pm

      I think we've started something now, the kids want to make them again…well, it's nice and sunny today 🙂

  2. June 5, 2015 / 6:46 pm

    Fantastic! Such a great idea, reminds me of my childhood 🙂 Where did you get the tall glasses from? I will have to look out for some x

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