A freebie for your child’s birthday may sound like a good idea, but it is not a safe idea for those who want to ensure safety. The Internet is filled with dangerous predators of all kinds, and we need to make sure that our children are not getting in touch with these people. This means that the very idea of a free melting pot birthday party for a child may be an invitation to disaster. These ideas can be found easily on the Internet. A simple search for “free cake” or “free recipe” will reveal dozens of recipes that are being given away free.
Unfortunately, many of these recipes will be dangerous for our children. Some involve choking, burning their hands on hot surfaces, or even electrocution. Obviously, if you give your child an idea for a cake that involves mixing hot wax with cold soap, you need to be very careful. These recipes are often distributed through e-mail or instant messaging systems, and they have tempting images of cartoon characters that can be dangerous in and of themselves. You should carefully examine any recipe that you receive as well.
Before permitting your child to partake in a freebie, you need to ask yourself some questions. Are you comfortable with the idea of your child putting something harmful into their own food? Is the recipe specifically made for children? Is the recipe itself likely to cause injury? If you find that the recipe is dangerous, then you should not allow your children to use it, and you should make sure that the parents know not to give their children the recipe.
A good way to make sure that you are not giving a recipe for a birthday cake that is dangerous to your children is to ask a professional chef about the ingredients that you are using. If you do not know how to speak to a chef, you may want to invest in an online cooking guide that can help you understand basic cooking terms. Once you have decided which free recipe you are going to give your child, you can start preparing the recipe. While you should still be involved in the preparation process, you should not be doing everything on your own. Make sure that you have the children assist you, as they are more likely to understand what needs to be done than if you try to do it all by yourself.
Once you have finished the recipe and are ready to bake the cake, you should not allow the children to help you. Instead, you should read the recipe over to them before beginning to bake. Even if you are having fun helping your child bake the cake, you should still be reading the recipe so that you are aware of what you are doing. If you have any doubts about what the recipe requires, you should not give your children the recipe or the ingredients. It is also a good idea to have the kids help you remove the cake from the oven once it is baked.
Most free recipe sites do not require that you share the recipe with your friends and family. If you would like to share the free recipe with others, you should not make it a birthday party only event. This means that you can give out the recipe to your friends and family, but you should not tell everyone about it. Sharing the recipe with a few close friends and family members will increase the chances that one of them may use the recipe and bring home some delicious treats for their own children. Remember, it is important to encourage the parents to help with this special part of the birthday celebration.