Baking with Pete – Making chebe bread

One literacy goal for my autistic son Pete (classic autism w/intellectual disability) is to use checklists for shopping, school work, and working in the kitchen.  I do not know how independent he will grow to be, but I do know he has a better chance if we work on the skills he needs to be so.

Today Peter made chebe bread, a Brazilian bread that is made of tapioca flour and cheese.

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I re-wrote the directions large and in discrete steps for Peter to follow, and got the supplies for him ahead of time.

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Pete loves cracking eggs,

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mixing,

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rolling,

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and checking things off.

Pete put them in and took them out of the oven with supervision, hence, no pictures.

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These yummy cheese rolls are now devoured.

🙂

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