The U6 Jets had their last games for the season today, what a way to finish! All team members had an awesome game with goals going in constantly! The kids certainly earned their end of season party. Nothing better than a sausage in bread and lots of lollies to keep them all on a high. I made some Chocolate Chip Cupcakes from Martha Stewart’s Cupcakes: 175 Inspired Ideas for Everyone’s Favorite Treat, so easy and so yummy. Read More
I have had a lovely time over the past day playing with a new toy. I purchased some silicon flower molds in the hope that they would expedite the production of some of my flowers. I love it when a plan comes to fruition, 24 large and 24 small frangipanis all done in less than 30mins!!! Read More
Found this article in New Scientist. Have never been a calorie counter myself, all things in moderation I say (except chocolate – can never have too much of that!). Read More
As my daughter swims most mornings, breakfast is usually eaten in the car on the way home from training. I am always on the lookout for quick, easy, filling snacks that I can make and freeze for the week ahead.
I have been making her coconut bread for a few months now, lovely with lemon butter. But alas she is in need of a change! I recently purchased The Australian Women’s Weekly Gluten-free & Allergy-free Eating cookbook and found an interesting recipe for banana bread. This recipe is gluten, wheat, yeast, dairy, and egg free!!! Read More
A few weeks ago I received a shipment of books from Amazon. They arrived earlier than expected which made for a very exciting day! One of the books was Martha Stewart’s Cupcakes: 175 Inspired Ideas for Everyone’s Favorite Treat. Needless to say I have been pouring over it drooling!!! Read More
Hi! This is my first go at a blog, please bear with me while I work it all out.
I am hoping that scrumdiddlyumptious will be a fun, informative, and entertaining look at what interests me most – FOOD!
The plan is……I will try to update my blog at least once a week with my latest finds, cakes, cookies, or anything that I find remotely interesting. I will include recipes and my favourite links and perhaps even some Nutritional info as I gain more knowledge from my studies.
I am sure to blunder my way through and look forward to any comments you may have (please be kind!).