Teach your kids some pastry skills - and provide a lunchbox filler - with this recipe from CBeebies 'i can cook'
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Before you start
Wash your hands, tie back long hair and put on an apron.
Baking tray, baking parchment, kitchen paper, mixing bowl, flour dredger, rolling pin, round biscuit cutter (about 10cm), pastry brush, teaspoon and fork.
Make sure the pastry is at room temperature, so that it moves more easily with gentle pressure from the rolling pin. Keep an eye on how much flour is used. If your young cook stands square to the tabletop, they can get their weight over the pastry. Filling and folding the pasties means making an island of mixture in the middle, using water around the edge, and matching the edges together. Push the edges together with big thumb stamps. Fork holes to release the steam.