For the first time of the four yesrs running, I signed myself up for the international #30DoC.
Using the calandar attached, the challenge is to create a craft as per the guidline theme.
To join the international crafters taking up this challenge, look up the hash tags #30DoC, @createstuff on Twitter and Pinterest.
I an a little behind and even jumbled up my themes but I’m still keen to meet the deadline on time. A challenge on many levels. Be sure to look up my other blog: sunshinemac.blogspot.com
I clicked away on my laptop this morning in search of a recipe to make goodies for and with my young son.
I found this site and felt I had to share.
Hope it helps you as much as it helped me. Will blog of my kitchen antics in time.
Happy Baking 🙂
My children love a variety of fresh fruit so our fruit bowl is never empty. When my middle son began teething I put together a treat that was both fruit infused with a little something sweet to help him get through his teething phase. Now with our new little one cutting his pearly whites, I find myself enjoy time in the kitchen with my sons conjuring up a handful of our old recipes.
The banana ice lollie is very simple to make, I would say about 10/15 minutes would do. To get started, you will need the following:
Wooden skewers, minus the sharp tip,
100’s and 1000’s,
Baking chocolate and
- Peel the bananas and cut in half.
- The push them securely onto the wooded skewer.
- Roll the banana in the melted baking chocolate.
4. Sprinkle with 100’s and 1000’s while the chocolate is still hot
5. Place on a tray for the freezer.
The banana does not colour while frozen and the boys enjoyed munching on their cold banana ice lollies.
I found the best biscuit recipe site offering a variety of recipes for every occasion or just because. I just had to share. My Favourite is anything ginger 🙂
Take a peek http://www.biscuitrecipes.net