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Thursday, 15 July 2010

My little girl makes ‘Fairy Bread’

So, she’s been behaving. Watching television when I want her to and turning it off accordingly. She comes back from school with ‘stickers’ on her hands for all the ‘help’ she has offered at school. And then, she’s been smothering me with kisses. Means just one thing. It’s time for a treat. So I asked her what she wanted and she said, she’d like to make “Fairy Bread’ . “It’s yummy mum, and I learnt how to make it in school”.


We set to make it today for breakfast. It was a bright sunny, happy morning. As instructed I laid whatever she wanted, on the table.

1. Bread cut into triangles.

2. Sprinkles (pink ones please, mumma)

3. Butter (I want it soft, mum)

4. Plates

5. Knife for the butter

6. M n M’s (to be had after breakfast as dessert, please, mumma?)


My 4 year old takes on from here!

So, mumma’s friends, this is how we make it. Look carefully, please.


1. First spread butter on the triangles. Like this.




2. Then sprinkle the pretty pink sprinkles ALL over the bread. Okay?

rentoys1 It can be messy. So wear an apron like I did.


3. Then look at it in amazement! And say ooooooooooooooo!


4. Take a bite. Enjoy!




Should I? Shouldn’t I?


Who cares!


I hope you enjoyed making Fairy Bread with me, Mumma’s friends!

7 foodie comments:

Satrupa said...

Oh mu God !! This is so cute ....... It should be called 'The Lil Fairy's Bread'. Ummmaaaaaah ...... luv luv luv !!

Cheers n Happy Cooking,

The Ketchup Girl said...

hehe! so glad u liked. :)

Sharmila said...

Cho chweet! :-)
Hey ... just saw the word for 'word verification' ... "halum"!
So here is a hug for your lil one with a 'halum'! :-)

aparna said...

Must have been a real happy morning at home :-)

Gokul Ranjan Das said...

Very nice. I am afraid, shall be jobless soon, even at home.

Debanjana said...

Oh I loved it!!! Thank you Mishu...and I see you've become an expert already, like mum

smoochkins said...

AWH! That's so cuteeee. Adorable girl! :) I wanna share this post and your lil girl's recipe to my friends in Foodista , I hope you don't mind :) Just add the foodista widget for butter at the end of this post, then that should do it :-) Looking forward to more posts from the both of you! Cheers, Amy from Australia xx