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!
My boys love collecting Num Noms. Some of you might be thinking what the heck are Num Noms? Well, they are small scented kids collectables characters, where you can create sweet and savoury scented recipes by stacking them on top of one another.
Infact they were so excited they set about making an unboxing video that night after school, which you can see here
We were asked to create a recipe inspired by the Num Noms series 3 lunch boxes. We have created a recipe like this before which you can see here . However, this time the brief was to come up with a Crazy Creation – something that combined foods together to make a new food item. For example, the Cronut (donut and croissant combination) brought together two favourite pastry items into one amazing desert, and Marks and Spencer introduced the Croloaf, a loaf of bread make out of croissants .
The boys and I had a think and we came up with a S’maffle : combining s’mores with a waffle to make a yummy treat for a pudding or even a breakfast! These would also be great for camping.
To make them could not be easier you need the following:
Then you simply do the following:
Place the foil parcels into a preheated oven (180oC/160oC fan oven) for 10m minutes and then they will be all oozy and delicious!
We served ours with some strawberry slices
You can check out what other recipes have been created by searching for #NumNomsCrazyCreation across social media.
Here is one by Debbie for Fruit S’mores
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 .
I have a brilliant festive guest post today from the wonderfully creative and clever Maggy from Red Ted Art, showing you how to make some cute DIY Christmas Ornaments. I know that my boys will love to try and make some of these, so please read on and find out how to make them.
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!