Will Harper, the daughter of the Beckham couple, become a pastry chef? For now he enjoys preparing colorful cupcakes, to the delight of Mom Victoria. So here are 18 things you can do in the kitchen for your children too. Who knows if you don't discover a talent!
It will be in the family DNA to be champions. The father, David Beckham, we all know him as one of the strongest players in the world before, then a successful model; the mother, Victoria Adams, champion of box office with the Spice Girls, in the nineties, and successful fashion designer with the name / brand Victoria Beckham. Now it's their daughter's turn Harper.
At the age of 7, according to his mother, Harper is already a talent in the kitchen. To be precise, we should define it as pastry chef, given that his gift is declined in the pastry shop. At least for now.
To tell us about it is his mother Victoria in Instagram's "stories", where he publishes some pink cupcakes decorated with 3D icing and rosebuds, made from Harper's prodigious little hands, with the words: "Harper has been baking!" the sweet!).
The last of four children of the Beckham couple, Harper often appears in family social media: always very elegant and often close to celebrities from the fashion world. Recently we saw her at a fashion show by Mum Victoria, sitting on the lap of Pope David, in the front row, of course, and with a carré a Wintour (historical director of the US edition of "Vogue") who, coincidentally, sat right next to her.
At this point, wishing you a "sweet" future for the Harper pastry chef, we also propose you to spend some time in the kitchen with your children. Because, even if they don't become TV star chefs, it will undoubtedly be a moment of intimacy, fun and complicity. A creative and recreational time. And, without a doubt, it will also be one of those memories that will almost certainly remain indelible in the memory of your children.
In our gallery the 18 things that children can do by themselves in the kitchen
Citrus cupcake: the recipe
Ingredients for 8 pieces
Butter g 65 – flour g 50 – icing sugar g 150 – an egg – salt – orange juice – half orange peel – half lemon peel – sugar candies – butter and flour for molds
Whip the sugar in a soft foam with the butter and a little salt for at least 10 ', then add the egg and the sifted flour. Spice the cupcakes with the grated citrus peel and a tablespoon of orange juice. Pour into 8 buttered and floured molds (ø 5 cm, height 2.5 cm) and bake at 180 ° C for 10 ′. Meanwhile make a glaze by mixing the icing sugar with 2 tablespoons of orange juice. Take the cupcakes out of the oven, glaze them when they are cold and decorate them with the sugar candies. They are kept in an airtight box for 4 days.