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Recipes made by Berkshire Mummies

Chocolate Firework Lollies

Chocolate Firework Lollies

These Chocolate Firework Lollies were a complete experiment and I wasn’t convinced they would work, but they did and were a hit in our household. They make a fun activity and treat for bonfire night celebrations. What do I need to make the Chocolate Firework Lollies? 100g of milk chocolate Sprinkles Wooden Lolly Sticks Tin Foil or Parchment Paper How do I make the Chocolate Firework Lollies? Put a piece of tin foil or parchment paper across a baking tray. Melt the chocolate in a microwave for 1 minute in high, stir and repeat until it’s all melted. Don’t let the chocolate over-cook…
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Monster Chocolate Drops

Monster Chocolate Drops

These Monster Chocolate Drops are super quick and easy to make, especially if you are looking for a Halloween activity to do at home or an tasty treat for your Halloween party food table. What ingredients do I need? 100g chocolate (dark, milk or white) Sprinkles and Edible Eyes (available at supermarkets) A sheet of tin foil / baking paper  How do I make the Monster Chocolate Drops? Break the chocolate up into small pieces into a bowl and melt the chocolate. I melted our for a minute on high in the microwave and then a further 10 seconds at a time until…
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Watermelon Iced Lollies

Watermelon Iced Lollies

Watermelon is so refreshing and a favourite for the whole family in our house. Here is how we made Watermelon Iced Lollies - they are super simple and quick to make. What ingredients do I need? 1/2 a watermelon 25g-50g chocolate Wooden lolly sticks or re-usable plastic fork How do I make the Watermelon Iced Lollies? Cut the watermelon in half, put the other half away as you will only need half for this recipe. Then cut the watermelon half in half again and cut a couple of pieces across the length of the watermelon - the amount you want…
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Coconut Crunch Cookies

Coconut Crunch Cookies

Here is a recipe for Coconut Crunch Cookies which I baked with my eldest. I haven't cooked with desiccated coconut for many years so it was a great ingredient to discover again. The cookies make a great snack for the family. Ingredients 85g Butter140g Self Raising Flour100g Caster Sugar1 Egg50g Desiccated Coconut 35g Cereal Rice Puffs (you could also use crushed cornflakes) Method for making the Coconut Crunch Cookies Pre-heat the oven to Gas Mark 5. Cream the butter and sugar together. Mix in the egg and self raising flour and mix all the ingredients together. Then add the desiccated…
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Rainbow Frozen Chocolate Bananas

Rainbow Frozen Chocolate Bananas

Bananas are one of our families favourite foods, everyone loves them and I don’t like to admit how many we eat throughout a week! However, we recently discovered frozen chocolate bananas and can’t get enough of those either, so I thought I would share our recipe for Rainbow Frozen Chocolate Bananas. What will you need to make the Rainbow Frozen Chocolate Bananas? 4 x Ripe Bananas 100g x Chocolate - we use milk chocolate but dark chocolate would also work Rainbow coloured spinkles and / or 50g x chopped nut (we have previously used flaked almonds which worked well) 8…
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Overnight Oats and Fruit Recipe

Overnight Oats and Fruit Recipe

Do you like something that is quick and simple to make for breakfast? Would you like to prepare your breakfast the night before? If so, why not give this Overnight Oats and Fruit Recipe a go. I tend to prepare the Overnight Oats and Fruit Recipe whilst making tea, it literally takes 5 minutes, so doesn't feel like too much extra work and produces a delicious hassle free breakfast the following day. This recipe is suitable for one adult but quantities could be increased to feed more people. What do I need to make the recipe? A jar with lid…
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Oatmeal Pancake Recipe

Oatmeal Pancake Recipe

We LOVE Pancakes in our household and eat them pretty much every week, especially as a weekend treat. We generally go for a Canadian style pancake. Berries, bananas and maple syrup are normally my eldest preference of topping and I enjoy maple syrup and bacon. I have found that during the Covid-19 pandemic we ran out of white flour and maple syrup and needed to get innovative with our recipe, so created our Oatmeal Pancake Recipe. I though the texture was slightly more corse verses our white flour based recipe but they were still very tasty. Pancake Ingredients: 200g Porridge…
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Asparagus and Baked Eggs

Asparagus and Baked Eggs

Here is recipes for a quick lunch or light super; Asparagus and Baked Eggs. We eat it with slices of french bread and although a simple dish it’s delicious. My eldest isn’t keen on asparagus as it’s quite an acquired taste, however I just serve baked egg and bread as an alternative - I don’t mind as I love fresh asparagus! The below recipe for Asparagus and Baked Eggs served two adults and two younger children for lunch. The adult ate this alongside some salad including salad leaves, tomato, cucumber and peppers. To make this dish you will need: 1…
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Homemade Butter Bean Dip

Homemade Butter Bean Dip

We regularly add Butter Beans to our stews and soups but I decided to have a go at making a Homemade Butter Bean Dip for lunchtime, we enjoy eating hummus but we didn’t have any in the fridge and also don’t have any chickpeas in the cupboard, so I thought I would give it a go and was impressed with the result, especially as everyone enjoyed eating it! We ate the dip with cucumber sticks and crisps but it would also go nicely with carrots, peppers, pita bread, bread sticks or flat breads. Check out Berkshire Mummies Lockdown Pizza Flatbread…
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Making Lockdown Flatbread Pizza

Making Lockdown Flatbread Pizza

During lockdown I am finding we are trying to waste less food, be more creative and are finding time to do some more cooking from scratch. I have always loved to cook and it's been great to be able to do more with my eldest during this time at home. We had a go at making Lockdown Flatbread Pizza for lunch one day as we had some tomatoes and ham to use up. Ingredients You will need the following ingredients for the Lockdown Flatbread Pizza bases: 200g of plain flour 5g of flour (for work surface when rolling flatbread bases)90ml…
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