Bullet journals are great ways to express thoughts, get creative, and plan. They can be a place to store all of your favourite things. I have a few recipes that I really love; holiday recipes, favourite comfort foods, tasty desserts, etc. I like to have a few personalized recipe pages in my journals that I can flip to on those special cooking days!
Below are some ideas of how children can include special recipe pages in their own journals to look back on during future family cooking days! Bullet journalling may be a time consuming task if you have to design and organize the pages from scratch. So we've included some templates that are all ready to go; just fill them in and build your own bullet journal!
- Using pencils and rulers, draw out a pretty title and picture for the recipe. You can use all sorts of tools to colour in your picture—pencil or wax crayons, watercolor paint, glitter, etc.
- Include a list of ingredients.
- Using pretty numbers and lines organize a page for the cooking directions.
- Close the template window after printing to return to this screen.
- Set page margins to zero if you have trouble fitting the template on one page (FILE, PAGE SETUP or FILE, PRINTER SETUP in most browsers).