Looking for a last minute baked treat for your Halloween Party? Have a go at these ‘Spider Delights’ decorated cupcakes.
Lulu is terrified of spiders. Needless to say, these Spider Delights cupcakes gave her no problems at all, in fact they were the first thing she made a grab for at our Halloween party and she devoured one in minutes – it was blood-chilling to watch!
To make six Spider Delights, you will need..
Dead Man Fingers – Carrot sticks!
Looking for something quick, easy and healthy to put on the Halloween Table? Why not try our Dead Man Fingers!
To ease my parental guilt at all the sugar-laden treats on the Halloween table, we often have a tub of Dead Man Fingers lurking at the back – and surprisingly, after all the sugary treats, the kids often happily munch on them.
Halloween Party Food!
The weather’s turning spooky – the southwest is due to be hit by the ‘perfect storm’. Halloween is almost upon us so we thought we’d share some of our ghostly creations for your Halloween Parties. Continue reading
There’s a definite chill to the mornings over the past few days and although we are still enjoying some fabulous weather, many of us are clinging desperately to the last of the English summer.
My attempt to squeeze the last few drops of sparkling summer effervescence from these late August days has been boosted by this heavenly recipe for Coconut Banana Bread from Jenn Quillen at the rebelchick.com
It’s quite a simple equation:
Coconut + Banana + cake mix = a great big slab of golden sunshine!
Okay, so it might be more accurate to describe it as Coconut Banana Bread, and you don’t have to have a great big slab of it, but I defy you to not have a very healthy slice, or two!
I’m not a huge fan of bananas in cakes, but the addition of coconut delivers a truly delightful cake that has converted me.
Bake this while the morning is still crisp and fresh and by the time you’re itching to get out in the sun it will be ready. Slip on your flip flops, cut a slice of Coconut and Banana Bread and enjoy in the sunshine with a nice cup of tea, or something more exotic if you like…
Here’s the recipe.
Well, my lightsabers do not have the menacing hum, impressive glow and, thankfully, the power to shear someone in half, but the ooh’s, awesome’s and cool’s they received suggested that the white chocolate and glittery sugar had worked some kind of magic at our Star Wars themed party.
If you would like to try making breadstick lightsabers, here’s how I did it.