#MYStayHome: Erin can’t play in the park, so she learnt to bake a cake


She may not be able to go out but she's having an adventure right at home.



It's the school holidays and student Erin Sonia Colin isn’t allowed to play in the park or watch the latest movie in the cinema. Students like Erin have been advised to stay home amid the movement control order. To keep herself busy, Erin’s mother Liza Anand has decided to teach her a thing or two in the kitchen.

“So far, Mummy has taught me how to bake a butter cake and cupcakes. It is easy to bake a cake. I only used four ingredients: eggs, sugar, butter and self raising flour. The most difficult part is cleaning up the mess, ” Erin laments.

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