This yummy activity requires a substantial amount of imagination, lol, we had a vision of an amazing castle of ice shards…. Instead this is how it turned out. We may have bitten off more than we could chew but the girls loved making it and the fun was not only in the trying but also in the devouring afterwards 🙂… View Post
We bought value sponge cakes for 58p each, some sweeties, a block of butter and some icing sugar…we already had food colouring in the cupboard. We made cake stands using a food tin topped with a circle of cardboard covered with a doily, we mixed butter with icing sugar to make the cake covering and icing sugar with water and… View Post
With a love of Subway in tow we decided to head to the forest for a springtime picnic with a difference… We were going to have a baguette battle & compete in making our own deliciously filled baguettes. We had a few other activities on the agenda including duck feeding, fairy door building & searching for signs of spring, but… View Post
Everybody loves Charlie & the Chocolate Factory.Willy Wonka rocks! This is one of the kids favourite themed teas we’ve done & very simple to do, an upside down back to front teatime treat based around Charlie & the Chocolate Factory. A proper healthy dinner and pudding consisting of shepherds pie followed by sponge cake and filo strawberry tart…but all with… View Post
If you follow our Facebook Page you will already know we like to have fun with our eggs at breakfast. It’s easy to make a simple dippy egg and soldiers into something that will start everyone with the right attitude for the day.