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Update: We are home! We got back from hospital late last night after nearly four weeks. Technically James is still a patient of the hospital, we have a nurse coming to our house every day to give him IV antibiotics, which he’ll need for the next month. I was overwhelmed by the number of lovely comments last week and so many people from all over the world praying for James. Things got a bit scary
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  This is the recipe that started it all. Friends always ask me for my dessert recipes. But I have written out this raspberry white chocolate chip muffin recipe so many times that is deserved a video of its own. I used to make these for our church’s cafe. I’d take the mixture in frozen, uncooked in muffins cases and they would bake them up fresh in the morning. That way the smell of baking
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  These yummy numbers are fast, pretty and perfect for any celebration. Using store bought toppings will of course decrease the prep time even further. This style doesn’t have to be numbers, you can write whole words or images. Just be aware that the width of the pastry part needs to be reasonably consistent so that it bakes evenly. To make the cream biscuit numbers you will need 4 sheets of puff pastry macarons, you
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  This giant ice-cream bar snickers is huge, relatively easy to make and very popular. As well as the ingredients you will need a couple bits of equipment, namely a freezer big enough to put it in and a candy thermometer then you’re good to go. If you’re thinking of making this allow plenty of waiting time because it needs to go back into the freezer between each stage of making it so the ice-cream
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As I was baking a tiny apple pie I was imagining a tiny creature enjoying it at the miniature table. There are not many animals that are small enough to fit in the mini kitchen, but I thought a baby chicken might. I searched online and sure enough you can buy 3 day old laying chickens to have as pets. We don’t really have a yard suitable for chickens and there are foxes about. So
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This is not sponsored I just enjoy playing this game. Apparently millions of other people who are much better at shooting than me like it too. I was inspired to try and make the gravity defying crystals, which turned out to be much harder process than I first envisaged. There seems to be a lot of articles out there that say the following foods glow under black light: pineapple – nope honey – not at
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  This week I’m making a desk cake complete with a cute little laptop, deep enders book, Make It A Great Week mug, pencils and of course a camera. Watch to the end of the video to see how you can enter to WIN your very own laptop or camera.   If you’ve never made a website before below is a step-by-step tutorial to help you. Click HERE to go to wix. To make this
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Wouldn’t you love to see a teeny weeny supermarket? By far the hardest thing in making teeny weeny videos is the pre-prep. If I want a miniature mars bar I have to make one, I can’t just go to the shops. The other difficulty is that once it is made there is not really enough to share between the five people in our family plus extras. Usually when we have people over I always have
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  Covering a cake in buttercream is trickier than ganache. Why? Because generally ganache is firmer and sets harder, so it is easier to get those straight edges and sharp corners. However you can still use buttercream to cover your cake. Today I will be looking at 4 different techniques to do just that. Watch the video to see which ones worked. Buttercream Recipe: 360g (12.7 ounces) margarine or butter, I prefer margarine because it
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  I’ve seen chefs make apple shaped desserts but they all use expensive apple-shaped silicone molds. If you want to make these at home the expense for the mold can’t really be justified. So my challenge today is to find a way to make apple shaped desserts without using a mold. How To Make Apple Desserts Serves 4 3 Apples, peeled and finely diced 1 container of apple puree 1/4 tsp cinnamon 1 teaspoon vanilla
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