If you are a regular reader you may have seen my recent recipe for valentine’s yoghurt bark. Super quick and simple with only a few ingredients, and something easy to make with the children. We’ve adapted the recipe this week and made some unicorn bark. Again, this is very simple.
Not knowing what I was going to do with them, but equally not wanting to waste them I did a bit of research and decided gooseberry chutney would be the best bet for us.
Making gifts with your children is a wonderful way of spending time with them and giving them something creative to do, and the recipient will always appreciate the results of the effort that has gone into them! A hand-drawn card from your grand-daughter means so much more than a shop-bought one, and a Mother’s Day […]
Are more or less people sending Christmas cards these days do you think? The number of people over the last few years that have said things like “we won’t be sending Christmas cards anymore, instead we will be donating to our favourite charity “, is quite significant. I think that is genuinely the case for […]
A few years ago I really got into making yoghurt at home with an EasiYo maker I picked up at The Baby Show in Birmingham. The children loved it and the variety of flavours. We had fresh yoghurt everyday, either on its own or with cereal. It became part of a daily routine and it […]
Although Mummy Fever has been around for quite a while now, it is a year since the new look blog emerged and things really moved on. As a result of this we are only really celebrating the first anniversary of this side of Mummy Fever. As part of this celebration we are bringing you lovely […]
Weaning can be a messy and fiddly business. I have said before how fantastic I think Ella’s Kitchen pouches are for travelling and also for trying different foods out with your little ones before making a huge batch of something homemade that they hate. Like many parents though, where possible I like to make my […]
Welcome to part thirteen of our money saving tips for families. Now the weather looks as if it is improving you may have heard that familiar summer jingle of the ice cream van in your neighbourhood. I don’t know about you but I am always quite horrified by the price of lollies and ice creams […]