Friday, April 18, 2014
Afternoon tea for us today, Good Friday, has been Easter Bunny Tails and fresh out of the oven Hot Cross Buns. Easter weekend is usually a time where we go away, but we've opted to stay home this year, which has allowed me to go a bit crazy on the Easter crafts and baking.
These Bunny Tails are quick to make. Simply dip marshallows into melted white chocolate, and then into thread coconut and allow to dry before eating.
Bliss. Enjoy your family time this Easter where ever you are. Happy Easter all.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
With a bit of help from me, the kids decorated this Easter Egg 'Tree' and it is proudly on show as our table centre place. I have to say the idea of decorating in bright spring pastel colours is appealing more to me as the days get darker and colder.
Our tree was simple to make. The kids gathered branches from the half dead shrubs outside our house and arranged them in a mason jar. They needed help with the strings on the eggs, but did all the arranging themselves.
I am thinking of maybe filling them for Easter morning with Chocolate Raisins as an extra Easter Bunny surprise.
Monday, April 14, 2014
These are dangerously delicious. Shhhh, I didn't stop at just one.... but don't tell my children that. It wasn't me hiding in the Harry Potter cupboard under our stairs eating a sneaky second one. Nope. No way.
These are so quick and easy to put together. In fact, apart from some assistance to melt the chocolate, you could let the kids do the whole thing themselves.
300 grams milk chocolate melts
135 grams cornflakes
Packet of Cadbury Mini Eggs (or similar)
Melt the chocolate melts following the instructions on the packet. Allow chocolate to cool slightly and then mix the cornflakes through until they are evenly coated.
Spoon mixture into 12 muffin cases and decorate with Mini Eggs. Allow to set before eating (I just left mine on the bench for half an hour).