The above photo is of the hat I decorated for a birthday party with a mad hatter theme. Fortunately my friend Kerin had heaps of fake flowers leftover from some craft she was doing and gave me a box of them (after her cat lay in it in a snuggly attempt to claim it). Sylvia and I had a lovely morning decorating hats and hairbands with the flowers.
sugar cookies we made for Easter. I think the carrot cutter is the cutest. When we were decorating our carrot cake recently, I wondered how it would look with carrot cookies decorated and placed around the edge of the cake.
homemade HCBs are the best). I much prefer HCBs to ice cream. I already miss them but they are special because they only happen for a few weeks in a year.
vegan omelettes in my time but I don't like eggs. Last year Sylvia was eating lots of vegan food but this year she is suddenly into eggs. She likes her omelettes made with 1 egg, chopped tomato, chopped basil, a spoonful of milk and some seasoning, fried over medium heat for about 3-4 minutes until golden brown on the bottom. We started with 2 eggs omelettes that she shared with E but we have made her a few 1 egg omelettes when he is eating something else. Oh and she still eats my vegan omelettes. Thank goodness for small mercies!
How to Do Stuff Good. (It is a show where kids show kids life hacks or as we used to know it, helpful tips!) So she wanted to do it. She had some Easter marshmallows on special (because it is hard to find vegan marshmallows) and mixed them with raspberrie lollies, coconut and melted Easter eggs. It tasted great and disappeared very quickly while we watched the Gilmore Girls.
I am sending this post to Sherry of Sherry's Pickings for the In My Kitchen event, that was started by Celia of Fig Jam and Lime Cordial, If you would like to join in, send your post to Sherry by 13th of the month. Or just head over to her blog to peek into more kitchens.