00Fairy CakesEqual quantities of eggs, sr flour, caster sugar and butter. So weigh the eggs first and then measure out the other ingredients to the same. In our case we used 4 eggs which weighed 200g so therefore we had 200g sr flour (with a tsp each of baking powder and bicarb), 200g caster sugar and 200g cheap butter or marg.00Strawberry PuréeStrawberry Purée 00Hokey Pokey / Honeycombe / Puff Candy
you’re kids will love you forever and you’ll make it again. Not forgetting you get to feel like a mad scientist when you add the last ingredient
00Maryland CookiesCookies…so many possibilitiesMakes 24.costs 70p in total00Easy Peanut Butter FudgeIn the back Tupperware dish as I can’t find one of the fudge on its own! I have halved the quantities of the original recipe I had as quite frankly unless you were selling it you’d have no teeth left and your kids would be swinging from the curtains. This is extremely sweet and sickly so only for die hard sugar addicts. And please no one tell me how awful it is! I know I’m only posting coz I was asked to.00Slow cooker fudgeI’ve got my step daughter up for Easter and her first request was for this! Slow cooker fudge00Slow Cooker Chocolate Lava CakeThis slow cooker chocolate lava cake recipe is so simple and requires very little hands on time which means that you won't believe the outcome. I can guarantee that this chocolate lava cake will definitely become a firm family favourite. You can double up the recipe if you have guests over or if you just want to save some for later. It can be eaten hot or cold but I prefer it warm with some vanilla ice cream. You can gently reheat in the microwave if you make more than you need. although be warned you may be tempted to eat it all in one sitting no matter how much you make! Just remember to follow the recipe instructions and DO NOT STIR once you've added the hot water!