An impressive party at home doesn’t require catering or fancy ingredients. Just get creative with what you have. Came across this idea of Caprese Pesto Bites using just a slice of bread, pesto, mozzarella cheese and tomatoes. Easy peezy!
Hey Mums! With the monsoons indoor baking is a great way to spend time with the kids! This super easy, microwave sprinkles sponge cake in a cup is a cute fun way to serve dessert for the kids! Try it out!
So proud of myself for braving the mess and putting this Sunday to good use! Baked these fudgy, gooey brownies from scratch and though I couldn’t eat them myself (no weekend binge for me) my kid’s totally gobbled them up! It’s a simple step by step recipe that you can easily follow! Happy Baking!
My kids love cheese toast as a snack or even a meal. I like to add some veggies to it and my older one doesn’t mind a bit of chilli for some zing. Just top up multigrain bread with veggies and cheese and pop it in the oven for a bit. It even makes a
Our weekend video is up on You Tube and this Sunday we tried out Sugar Rainbow Cookies. This activity is a bit tricky but a lot of fun. Make sure you try this without the little ones around or with older kids as it requires some skills but trust me if I could do it
Simples home made burritos for Mexican night! Layer up olives, guacamole, sour cream, refried beans, cheddar, tomatoes and some lettuce. A full healthy meal amongst some soft tortillas! Yum!
So happy to share our Christmas chocolate sugar cookie recipe with you guys! Super easy and quick you can get the children involved too! The best part was they didn’t lose shape or anything once baked and can be easily stored in an airtight container for future use! Get baking Mums! Incase you need a
Sundays are perfect for heavy breakfasts and I love getting my 4 year old daughter involved in the preparation procedure! She seems to be fascinated with everything going on in the kitchen so most days I have no choice! This simple Nutella Stuffed French Toast recipe was yum and super easy to make. Try it
A classic Oreo Milkshake makes almost all the kids happy! You can easily make one yourself. When you’re feeling generous treat the kids- all you gotta do is blend together some crushed Oreos, milk and vanilla ice cream.
Tried out this super easy dip platter. Serve it on a chopping board with scooped out bell peppers and add some cucumbers to make them look like wheels. Use them instead of a platter to serve your dip accompaniments and you’ve got yourself a pretty impressive centre piece.
Made these delicious avocado tartines for a lunch party at home. Just use Sour dough bread slices. Spread a paste of chives and Greek yogurt and top with slices radish, chopped tomatoes and micro greens.
Isn’t this a super duper healthy snack disguised to look unhealthy? @hellowonderful_co