This is my version of Chocolate Scotch Eggs, and with plenty of creme eggs around this time of year it’s the perfect excuse to make them. They didn’t turn out quite as pretty as I would have liked them too, but they were yummy! They were also quite messy to make! However creme egg, covered in cake, covered in chocolate- need I say more!
These chocolate apples are such a simple treat to make for the kids, and they take next to no time to do. Bonus is the main ingredient is fruit! OK it’s covered in chocolate and sugary stuff, but it’s fruit never the less.
If you like peanut butter, then you will love these chocolate peanut butter balls! They taste amazing and are really simple to make. They are great to do with the kids on those rainy days of the holidays. Isla loves making these, and of course eating them afterwards!
I am always looking for ways to get my kids to eat less sugary snacks and more fruit and veg. These 3 awesome frozen fruit treats are a fab way of giving them one of their 5 a day, and are so refreshing on those hot summer days!
So why I am on my holibobs, I’ve opened up my blog to guest posts. These 2 delicious recipes are bought to you from Joe Hughes from the Village Bakery, enjoy!
I made these bunny cake pops for the kids for Easter weekend, but they can be a cute treat any time of the year. As an added bonus they were surprisingly easy to make.
The idea of flower pot cakes wasn’t mine originally. I’m not sure where it came from but it’s been in my head for the last year or so. I was in two minds as to whether or not to post this, as my version of flower pot cakes didn’t quite turn out as Pinterstically perfect as I had imagined! However, I’m posting it nether the less, maybe someone will see it and let me know how to perfect it.
I love baking, and I really enjoying baking with my children. OK so it’s far messier when they are around (I’m not the tidiest baker myself to be honest!), and it does tend to take twice as long to get anything done, but I genuinely enjoy it. As a bonus I think they do too, beyond the licking of the spoon and enjoying the results! This marshmallow rice crispie heart recipe is a simple take on a classic that the children can get involved in making and eating!