A winner will be randomly selected sometime next weekend.
The gastro that slowly passed from one family member to the other on our return home was not so special. Amazing how much kids really can fend for themselves! It was my turn on Tuesday and thank goodness Goose was home from school as she managed to get breakfast, lunch (sandwiches) and dinner (baked beans) for all. I couldn’t have been more grateful or proud. Four movies later and they are still sporting fake tattoos all over their bodies (the crab on Bear’s forehead is my particular favourite) but they survived just fine!
* who knows where it’s been?!
** coals really are the best for cooking marshmallows. I’m sure you’re all aware of this. There are those who do like a charred marshmallow, I am not one of them.
*** Also filthy from a days worth of chocolate and fun outdoors with children.
I was always taught that a bit of dirt is good for the immune system…..although this recipe would no doubt work deliciously well, and more hygenically on a gas stove.
They make for another cute little easter gift too.
However, I must warn you that they are made with peanut butter, so you’d have to make sure that the gift recipient had no allergies. For this reason I had a try this year at making some with gluten free noodles & a peanut butter substitute. Unfortunately it just tasted awful – sorry!