How to make fairy bread.

How to make fairy bread:

Welcome to my new series Cook with Chloe where I will be sharing fun recipies that kids can enjoy making and baking!

how to make fairy bread

Welcome to my new series Cook with Chloe where I will be sharing fun recipies that kids can enjoy making and baking!

heart fairy bread

There seems to be a craze over fairy bread and I really wanted to know a little more, I was so curious to find out about the origin or the tradition. After some research I had found out through our trusty friend Google that it had originated from Australia and New Zealand, In Australia it was most commonly known as being used as part as birthday party celebrations with fluffy bread, spread with soft sweetened butter and  covered in hundreds and thousands, In New Zealand it was most commonly known (correct me if I am wrong) for a fun way to start the day for children creating happiness, although adults have enjoyed the tradition too! With chocolate spread added to the mix. Either way I think the idea of happiness, cheerful memory making and just plain fun is something I want to adopt more at home! 

To make some heart shaped fairy bread:

You will need:

  • Soft bread
  • chocolate spread
  • choice of colourful sprinkles and strands
  • heart shape cutter.
heart shaped fairy bread

Here is a fun updated video where I show you how:

All you need to do is use your cookie heart shape cutter and cut into the bread, spread chocolate spread all over the top (the more the better..yummy!) and then sprinkle to your hearts content! Super fun and super messy! but makes smiles of happiness! It is that simple!

valentines fairy bread

I loved making this and would be an ideal gift for mother's day or father's day, for a party treat or just for fun! 

If you have a pinterest account why not Pin for later:

how to make fairy bread

Who could say no?

Actually scrap that! Eat fairy bread whenever you like! keep on smiling and be happy!

heart bread, fairy bread, valentines food

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