These pink little numbers make for the perfect princess party centrepiece. A little tip; bake your cupcakes the night before & ice them on the day – that way, they’ll be adequately cool.
Short on time? Make a batch of this delicious tomato sauce to pour over pasta, pizza bases or meatballs. Just pop what you don’t need in the freezer until next time.
Round up a group of willing mini chefs to help decorate these cupcakes. It’s a recipe for fun (as well as a slightly messy afternoon).
Give your tea the wow factor with mini ramekins of Cottage Pie, that kids will love. Serve with their favourite veggies & some gravy.
Sandwich this deliciously light ice cream in-between two wafers for a refreshing summer treat.
Be creative with jelly by letting it set in orange halves before adding an edible sail. These are a great talking point at kids’ parties.
Make kids smile with this silly face fruit bowl. Serve with ice cream or Greek yoghurt to complete the look.
For a healthy family dessert, give Baked Apples a go. Use Spartan apples if you’re in the UK & Macintosh for the US.
This show-stopping dessert couldn’t be simpler. Just top the biscuit base with cream cheese, deliciously smooth white chocolate & fresh berries for an easy family treat.
Gooey, rich & chocolatey, is what this recipe is all about. Serve with vanilla ice cream for pudding heaven.
Kids will love playing chef by making these delicious cupcakes that are topped with a tasty maple icing.
The secret ingredient in making carrot cake that is out of this world is… apple!