Friday, July 6th, 2012
Mouth watering-but-almost-too-beautiful-to-eat are my find for you today from My Little Fabric. Perfect for a child’s birthday party or for a Sunday afternoon baking with the kids, I can’t wait to try to recreate some of these! The recipe book is available on Amazon.
Truly scrumptious! Head over to My Little Fabric to see the rest of the drool-worthy inspiration :)
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Saturday, June 30th, 2012
I have a beautiful baby session to share with you today from Emma-Kate Photography . I’ll leave the introduction to Emma-Kate…
I am based in Kent, but travel around the south east and London for portrait sessions. This particular little family are based in Essex. Baby Caiden was 4 months old at the time of the shoot. He has the most amazing blue eyes, and the cutest chin I think I’ve ever seen! He was such a delight to shoot. A very happy little baby boy, who gave his parents lots of smiles during the session. I managed to capture some wonderfully cute expressions as well. I loved his cheeky little feet, that always seemed to make their way into his mouth! We had to keep gently taking them out so that we could get some shots sans feet!
What a stunning model! His eyes are incredible! And the pictures of the three of them together – heart melting.
Thank you so much to Emma-Kate Photography for sharing this adorable shoot!
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Wednesday, June 27th, 2012
Today I have some recipes for fruity summertime treats, that beat the multi-coloured, ‘fruit’-flavoured, sugar-packed, store offerings hands down! These are great for a quick cooling snack on a hot day in the garden, or to offer as a dessert at a party. And yes, the intention is that they are for the kids but should one happen to fall into your mouth… well, what are you supposed to do?! :)
Strawberry shortcake popsicles (below left) from Bakers Royale
Pureed strawberries sandwiched between a mixture of vanilla (Golden) Oreos and vanilla yogurt – Mmm mmm mmm!
Firecracker Ice Pops (below right) from Martha Stewart
Strawberries, blueberries and natural yogurt in a red, white and blue swirl (if only I’d seen these in time for Alice’s party…!)
Fruit Kabobs (below left) from Pioneer Party Very simple but very cute heart-shaped fruit (I guess you could use a selection) with yogurt dip.
Fruity frozen yogurt pops (below right) from Honey
Fruit, yogurt, honey and vanilla blended and layered makes up these pretty pops!
Raspberry and peach popsicles from La Tartine Gourmande
Peach and yogurt purée coated in raspberry coulis – my mouth is actually watering now!
Lovely aren’t they? So easy to make too and you could make this into a holiday activity by getting the kids involved (also a good way to get them to eat healthily without them realising!) and why not get them to make up their own recipes?! You don’t need purpose made moulds either, just your everyday juice glasses will work fine. Enjoy!