Hereby the Terms and Conditions for CAB Foods Mother’s Day competition:
Some additional Terms and Conditions:
Rainbow in a Jar
What You Will Need: (click to shop)
Using a cookie cutter or scone cutter, punch out circles from each layer – remember to punch close together to get as many circles out from each layer.
Once you have all the circles cut out, start assembling
Ice the top of the last circle, then guide and lower it into the jar using a wooden skewer pierced into the middle…once in place, remove the skewer and repeat for the rest of the layers.
Put a little extra icing or frosting on the top layer and decorate as you wish as this is the layer that people will see when they open the jar!
Recipe Source: adapted slightly from my Aunt Laurie (who is famous for her chocolate-covered marshmallow eggs!), marshmallow recipe from Ina Garten (http://www.melskitchencafe.com/homemade-marshmallow-eggs/)
This delicious Bacon Cheddar Cheese dip takes just 5 minutes to make and is the hit of every party! Perfect for chips, crackers or veggies.
• 8 slices Bacon, crisp & crumbled cooked
• 1/2 tsp Garlic powder
• 4 tbsp Parsley, fresh
• 4 Green onions
• 1 cup Mayonnaise
• 1/2 tsp Mustard powder, dry
• 2 cups Cheddar cheese
• 1 cup Sour cream
Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Refrigerate at least 1 hour before serving.
Serve with crackers, veggies or sour dough bread chunks.
recipe from: http://www.spendwithpennies.com/bacon-cheddar-dip/ (SpendWithPennies)
What you will need:
Good quality chocolate (150g)
Easter Egg Moulds (Available in store)
Something to melt the chocolate in (Small Saucepan)
Bowl (To mix chocolate in)
A cooking thermometer suitable for chocolate.
A baking tray
And there you have it, your completed egg…
Now you can decorate the outside of your chocolate Easter egg or put in a nice surprise while preparing you chocolate Easter egg.
Draw out the template on a file folder, cut it out and then use it as the pattern for the cookies. Roll out the Soetkoekie dough fairly thick to accommodate the stick and cut out each cookie with a paring knife. After you placed the cookies on the stoneware insert the sticks. To insert them, gently put pressure on the cookie (dough) with one hand to hold it in place, and slowly insert the stick(twisting a little to help it along) with the other hand, inserting it about halfway up. After baking let the cookies cool and firm up a bit before transferring them to a cooling rack.
After cooling completely, ice the cookies(all white except for the pink nose), and let dry completely.They may then be detailed with black royal icing or an edible marker. Let my cookies dry overnight before I applied the marker.
Voila! Now you, or your munchkins, can be a Funny Bunny! (I had a reluctant model, but did manage to hold up the cookie and get a quick shot.) It’s easy to make a whole family of Funny Bunnies:) HAVE FUN!
Thanks to Munchkin Munchies (http://www.munchkinmunchies.com/2011/04/funny-bunny-cookies-on-stick.html) for the amazing idea.
125g Kerrymaid Savoury & Dessert Topping
Place the Kerrymaid Savoury & Dessert Topping in a saucepan and bring to the boil.
Remove from the heat and add the Dark Chocolate Discs.
Whisk until the chocolate has melted.
To serve, either pour it over a cake as a glaze or wait for it to cool completely and use it to pipe with.
Starting a new grade is an important time in a child’s life.
Celebrate the new milestone and begin the year with a back-to-school tradition? It’s a fun way to bond with your child and to get rid of the first day jitters.
Here are some traditions that we at CAB Foods have started with the kids:
First Day Special Breakfast:
Celebrate the big day with a nice family breakfast.
One of our favorite breakfast treats is always flapjacks and because time is of the essence, I prepare the CAB Foods flapjack premix the night before. You can even bake a nice Banana Loaf the night before and serve that as an extra treat with your child’s normal breakfast.
Set up the table extra nice and sit down together as a family.
More great treats for breakfast:
Read more about first day of school traditions on:
Thanks Anna Maria Barbiellini for the inspiration, the first day pictures is also a must!
First Day Picture
Get a picture of your kid every first day of school, and watch them grow. Brainstorm a special theme or pose for the pictures. Maybe in front of the same tree or spot in your home. Personalize the picture by creating a collage with your child of their current favorites (movies, books, school subjects, etc.) and then taking a picture of them holding the poster. You can later scrapbook them and give it to them when they graduate.
Use these for your kids on their first day at school! Just click on the photo and save
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