For a more fun and even more delicious after dinner treat, these strawberry smoothie icy poles work well. We often have some in the freezer for after school on hot days or for when friends drop by for lunch.
Quick, super easy to make and perfect for Summer Entertaining, this frozen treat is sophisticated enough to serve to both adult guests and children alike. You can serve layered with raspberries in individual glasses or use the mini cones as we have done.
Everyone in my house LOVES this delicious granola with its Christmassy colours of green from the pistachios and red from the cranberries. Hints of orange and scents of cinnamon really stir up festive feelings and your home will smell divine while it’s baking!
I made these Santa treats for Christmas last year and they were a real hit, I’ll make them again this year. In reality strawberries in the punnet are all different sizes so they don’t turn out looking perfect but I like that they are all unique and a little drunken 🙂
It’s always good to serve fruit at a party, but how about displaying it in a fun way for something a little bit different. I’ve made fruit ‘cakes’ before with thick layers of melons as a base, but this is a quicker alternative, using cookie cutters to create interesting shapes.
Children love smoothies even more than adults. With summer approaching why not treat the kids to a smoothie for afternoon tea. The addition of oats adds a nice flavour and helps you stay fuller for longer.