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May 24, 2013
Following on from yesterday's post, this is the second of the recipes I create for Yum Food and Fun for Kids Magazine - Banana Pops!
There are a couple of ideas on how to make 2 types of banana pops - You know, the healthier alternative to ice cream pops?! So easy and really fun to make with kids (or just because..) - Recipes below:
May 23, 2013
Earlier in the year I created two summer recipes for Yum Food and Fun for Kids Magazine, one of them was this super fun and 'cool' Snow Cone Recipe!
Who doesn't love a bit of flavored ice in a hot summer's day?! It's healthier than ice cream, and you can vary the flavors an colors to suit your party theme - which is just perfect for memorial day coming up!! ;)
Recipe below + link to download your FREE party printables to adorn and embellish your snow cone or drinks station!
March 24, 2013
30 Days of FREE Party Printables: Day 21 - Happy Easter Tags + Quick and Simple Easter Marshmallow Lollipops
Now, when I say "simple" I really mean , "lollies for dummies" - Check out the two-step tutorial below + get your crafty hands on some super cute Happy Easter tags to help you embellish your creations! :)
March 21, 2013
Even if I were not a mom, I reckon I'd still find any excuse to play with my food....But luckily I have 2 taste-testers who appreciate my (craziness) efforts. And I can tell you, these little chicks rocked their world!
The main ingredients are simply bread, cheese, and salad veg, but I can assure your little (or big..) ones will love helping you make this colorful and yummy Easter Chick Spring Salad - Looks so cute as part of Easter brunch menu + is a great way to get them to eat their veg! ;)
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