Messy (little) Me

Baking with children helps develop their skills and provides a fun activity to carry out.

Having a strong belief in children learning to cook i was excited to try the Messy Me baking set at home.

Messy Me is a family owned business based in Farnham inspired by the founders experiences as a mum with 3 little ones who loved making a mess!

Photo Description:

Words in a pretty font that say - Messy Me Stylish products made for mess.

The words are written in grey and gently curve up and down the space.

The kit comes in a handy canvas bag with a lovely wipe clean apron with a variety of designs to choose from, a trio of cutters, rolling pin and sprinkles for decoration.

There are care instructions on how to clean and look after the equipment.

Perfect for mini bakers and biscuit makers!

What is great about this set is having the equipment on hand ready to go and everything comes in child friendly sizes.

You just need to add the ingredients.

Photo description:

Flat lay of Messy-Me small canvas bag with a folded red wipe clean apron with white stars on and a wooden rolling pin poking out the top. A bag of rainbow colour sprinkles, a recipe sheet and a set of star biscuit cutters are artfully arranged in the picture.

Baking doesn't need to be challenging, there are lots of fun simple recipes to try.

We chose a simple recipe to make orange shortbread and set off exploring the items in the bag.

Gif Description:

Model mouse wearing red dungarees, blue

and white stripe top and a red with white spot

handkerchief on his head flipping pancakes from

a pan on his left to a plate of stacked pancakes

on his right.

Three mouse children watch him intently.

  • Prep:10 mins

  • Cook:15 mins

  • Plus 15 minutes chilling

  • Easy Bake

  • Easy to double


  • 100g butter , softened

  • 50g golden caster sugar

  • grated zest ½ orange

  • 175g gluten-free flour (try Doves Farm)

  • ½ tsp gluten-free baking p