Fun Food

Cheesecake Cream Cheese Frosting

June 11, 2014

Cheesecake Cream Cheese Cupcake Frosting Are you a cheesecake fan too? I LOVE cheesecake, so I came up with this yummy frosting recipe for cupcake decorating.  Ingredients 125 grams of room temperature non-salted butter 200 grams cream cheese (lite is fine) 1 cup icing sugar (Low GI version tastes fantastic & you can use less) [...]

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Lunch Box: Temporary Tattoo Banana

April 6, 2014

I’ve used temporary tattoos to decorate boiled eggs around Easter time and they work on bananas too. This is fun for the lunch box or just to make the fruit bowl look uber cool.  Follow the packet instructions and apply to the banana just as you would skin. Corn & Cheese Scrolls (used this recipe) Sugar snap [...]

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Ginger Snowballs

March 29, 2014

These ginger snowballs are not the healthiest option (I often make alternatives, like apricot balls or date & oat balls).  However, they are great for parties, a fun treat and I do put them in my kids lunch box sometimes (the children love it when I do.  They are simple to make and freeze well too. Recipe [...]

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Mini Nutella Brownie Bites: 3 Ingredients

March 7, 2014

These are rich to eat and quick to make.  The texture is somewhere between a cupcake and a brownie.   I make these mini brownie/cupcake bites for an afternoon treat for the kids sometimes.  I do recommend doing them in a mini cupcacke/muffin size rather than regular size because they are rich and delicious. Great [...]

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Frozen Yoghurt Bites

February 16, 2014

I’m always looking for after school snack idea for my children (there’s over 60 ideas here: After School Snack Ideas).  I served these frozen yoghurt bites with fruit last week and they were a hit.  They are delicious gobbled up on their own, or added to fruit salad. More Frozen Yoghurt Pops

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Pineapple & Watermelon Heart Puzzle

February 13, 2014

Ingredients Whole Pineapple Watermelon Heart Cookie Cutter Small sharp knife Instructions  1.  Trim the skin off a whole pineapple and slice thinly so you have roundish pieces. 2. Use a cookie cutter in the centre of each pineapple slice to remove the core.  If the cookie cutter doesn’t cut cleanly through the fruit, use a [...]

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