Ever since my two boys were introduced to fromage frais, and then yogurts, when weaning, they have had a love affair with these dairy snacks ever since. Given the opportunity, they would eat yogurts for breakfast, lunch and tea and in-between aswell – and to be honest some days this can happen!
These fun Unicorn Pancakes have been inspired by the current Unicorn food trend, and feature fluffy pancakes made using edible sprinkles to give them their colours. Topped with colourful cream and a horn made from a fruit and marshmallow kebab stick.
These fun Unicorn Pancakes are little bit of a treat for youngsters on Shrove Tuesday. Filled with multi coloured edible sprinkles and topped with lashings of cream and more colourful decorations, these pancakes are bound to be a hit with all Unicorn fans .
My boys, like most children, adore playing with Lego and we have boxes of the stuff! I am often finding bricks or little characters lying around the house, narrowly missing being hoovered up by the vacuum cleaner! I love how lego just sparks such imagination and captive play, because you can build anything as long as you have ideas to explore.
Remember, remember – yes it is the 5th of November! The boys are very excited about going to see some fireworks tonight, I am just hoping that the wet weather, that only started yesterday, which is just typical for this time of year after a couple of weeks of perfect dry weather, will stay away so at least we can watch them in the dry!
With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time to get your creative hat on and spook up your home. There are so many great ways in which you can create a really effective, creative Halloween look for your home and we’ve got some great ideas to get you started! Bunting is a decoration that works for any occasion, but Halloween is possibly the best.