After my mini success with the homemade sprinkles, i was hooked.
Baby Cait is at an impressionable age where her senses and motoric skills are developing and need to be stimulated.
This rainbow pop has got colors that captivate and freezing temperature to excite. And it’s made from 100%fruits with NO sugar, coloring, jello, or any other fancy shmancy.
Healthy food doesn’t have to be boring. All it takes is a little bit of time, effort and creativity.
And here’s a little “Cait comics” I made. It’s her first experience with a popsicle!
Rainbow Pop is made of
and Blueberry Juice
Instead of making Hot Cross Buns to celebrate Easter this year, i made these bun(nies)
This bunny definitely taste better than rabbit foods.
And they are pretty easy to make too.
It started with a dough looking like this.
See the ball of golden pineapple jam? (Sorry wabbit for the surgery)
As for the facial features, i just melted a bit of chocolate and drew them on.
Pretty easy right?
And since i was already on the hare-y journey, i have decided to get acquainted to another hairy friend.
Unlike the bunnies, big guy here is pretty huge.
Each bunny is made of one ball of dough (pictured on the right), weighing 35 grams. So u can pretty much imagine how many bunnies it would make to make up Big guy here.
Anyways after baking in the hot oven, big guy here gets lotioned with good moisturising mayonnaise,
The hairy business comes next
I have used Chicken floss for “hair”.
While this lamb may look all fluff and airy without much substance, i promise you that it is not. Because within each ball of dough, i have fitted a mini sausage.
And as usual, i have used my bun recipe to make the dough for this.
Happy Easter everybuddy!