Flatbreads with mango chutney

Home made flatbreads

Instead of using a pre-made naan bread, make homemade flat breads with the kids.  They can happily get messy in the kitchen and enjoy squidging, rolling and shaping the dough themselves.  These flatbreads only require a few ingredients (which you might have in the cupboard anyway?!) and don’t need any yeast: so no waiting for the bread to rise.  Fresh flatbreads taste so much better … Continue reading Home made flatbreads

Meals and makes chocolate snowballs

Chocolate snowballs

These are a fun Christmas treat to make with kids and an easy activity to keep them busy over the holidays.  These chocolate snowballs are a twist on the milk chocolate rice crispy cakes I used to enjoy making when I was little.  If you can find the mini cake cases, this makes it easier to make the snowballs (and the finished snowball looks neater), … Continue reading Chocolate snowballs

Christmas decorations

Old play dough Christmas decorations

How about transforming your tired old play dough into spectacular Christmas decorations?  Our play dough always ends up being a murky brown colour and too tough to play with; just the right stuff to be given a Christmas face lift!  These can be easily made by young children and look very effective, hanging on the Christmas tree.  You could also use these as decorations on … Continue reading Old play dough Christmas decorations

Snow White’s favourite: Apple crumble

Ok, so I know Snow White choked on an apple, but who wouldn’t like the fruit that lead them to meet their handsome prince (also, if she had cooked the apples in a delicious crumble she would have found them easier to eat!!)! This family pudding recipe is simple and can be popped in the oven while you eat your main.  Its nice and soft … Continue reading Snow White’s favourite: Apple crumble