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    4 Reviews |  By froglet

    A fun and easy christmas treat, a hit with kids and adults! I used "Giant buttons", "Rolo"s, "Matchmakers"

    Recipe #341227

    My daughter's reception(age 5) classes are named after these insects, so when they had a bake sale for charity, I made these(with her help) and they went down a storm! And we had a lot of fun icing them. Use what chocolate you can get for the details. I used ready-to-use icing writing tube for speed, but you could make your own and pipe it on.

    Recipe #339432

    2 Reviews |  By froglet

    I mixed a few ideas to makhttp://www.recipezaar.com/members/subm/editr2.php?sid=4664933e these cupcakes, and they went down a storm at the Findon Sheep fair in Sussex, UK. You could use what ever chocolate you can find for the head, ears and legs. I thought that they looked pretty cute with just the eyes, but you could add a red icing smile or tongue, and nostrils. You can also use a little tubes of writing icing for the white and black of the eyes.

    Recipe #325213

    Like carrot cake, only pinker! A lovely fluffy hazelnut-flavoured cake, just as healthy as carrot cake(oil, no butter) and a pretty specked pink. I made it exactly as below, but next time I'll try to add dried cranberries for even more pink!

    Recipe #301739

    A lovely tangy retro crust(biscuits!), easy to make cheesecake! It's from a book called "gorgeous cakes", by Annie Bell, full of amazing-looking desserts and cakes. This is the first one I've tried and it has come out perfectly and, oh, SO yum!

    Recipe #280982

    3 Reviews |  By froglet

    A toddler girl's dream come true! After looking all over the place for instructions, I finally put a few different construction ideas together. I bought a cheap barbie, undressed her, wrapped her legs in cling film and used her in the cake. After the cake had been cut, I unwrapped her from the cling film and dressed her and gave her to my daughter, who still talks about her doll's 'beautiful cake dress'! I used a 2-litre/4-pint oven-proof mixing/pudding Pyrex bowl and a 20cm round cake tin. Barbie's legs are long, hence the extra 20cm cake under the bowl-shaped one. Prep time includes decorating time.

    Recipe #260579

    2 Reviews |  By froglet

    my mom's favourite recipe for family barbecues, I am ALWAYS asked for the recipe! You can make it as low or high-fat as you like and leave it plain or use toppings, eg: use strawberry yoghurt, then top with strawberries and cream, or apricot yoghurt with apricots, chocolate with chocolate, etc.

    Recipe #188353


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