Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Muesli Bars

Wow the starting gun has gone and Ruma Rima have blasted into Term Two! We are focusing on food and are designing and creating recipes for a muesli bar which best describes the West Coast. Here are some shots of the students in their teams completing their first trial in their learning process. Once students completed this stage, in their teams they reflected on how their baking went and began researching New Zealand culture which they could then incorporate into their recipes for trial two. The students have specifications from the stakeholder which they are required to include in their designing and creating. Check out students individual learning blogs for further updates. 

Comment below and let us know what NZ flavours you think best show New Zealand Culture. We would love to hear from you!


  1. Your muesli bar looks super crunchy and delicious! What flavour did you make? It looks like it's got chocolate chips and raisins in it. I think a hokey pokey muesli bar would be very New Zealand ish :-) Or how about an ANZAC styled muesli bar with oats and honey?

  2. Kia Ora Paparoa Range School. My name is Breeze and I go to Red Hill School. I like the way your muesli bars look. They look like I could just put them all in my mouth and gobble them up. They look so crunchy. What is in The muesli bars? Thank you for sharing.

  3. Talofa lava, Paparoa Range School. I am Katrina from Red Hill School. I like how you guys made muesli bars it looks so yummy too eat I enjoyed looking at the photos that you guys took of the muesli bar. What did you guys put inside the muesli bars? Thank you for sharing.


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