Chocolate finger crackers – A kiddies party treat

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The creation of these attractive chocolate fingers are my little son, Viyath’s idea!

Being very adventurous by nature,  he never misses an opportunity to experimenting.   Having bored with eating the same old chocolate fingers, he dipped them in pretty sprinklers to give them a brand new party look. Having been delighted at it, he  waved a couple of them to me and announced,  ” Mama, I made chocolate finger crackers !” at which point that I instantly thought it was a perfect addition to my blog.

  • First of all, you need to dip one side of chocolate fingers just 10 seconds in hot water for chocolate to melt for a bit.

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  • Then, dip them one by one in colourful sprinklers. ( Throw a lot of sprinklers in to a wine glass which makes easier for you to dip chocolate fingers)

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  • Now, arrange them side by side on a plate and refrigerate for 10 mins.
  • Ready to serve on a plate or placed on a cupcake case.

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Egg baskets – A perfect party treat for kids

egg baskets Throwing a party for kids could be tricky, as you need to consider hard on yummy treats as well as the appearance of them.  Even if your choice of snacks is great in taste, if they do not look pretty, kids will not get properly amused.

Try these pretty egg baskets that will be a memorable treat for kids.  They are great for packing in your picnics too. egg baskets3

You will need :

  • Large eggs
  • Mayonnaise
  • English mustard or freshly ground mustard
  • Salt and Pepper powder

Let’s make them :

  • Boil the eggs for 10 min adding a drop of vinegar to bring the egg yolk to the middle.
  • Next, scoop out all the egg yolks and place them in a bowl.
  • Add a dollop of mayonnaise, English mustard, salt and pepper into egg yolks and mix thoroughly until all come together.
  • Now slice the bottom  egg white parts so that they could stand without being wobbly on a plate.

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  • Fill the hollows of egg white parts with the egg yellow mixture.
  • Spread thinly cut red / orange tomatoes, carrots, spring onions, red/yellow peppers or any other choice of colourful veggies.
  • Thinly strip a spring onion leaf and make a handle and insert the corners either side, using a toothpick.
  • Arrange them prettily on a plate and serve with ketchup or on their own.
  • Smile !!
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