there are good ideas and then there are great ideas—
these are clearly in the latter category.
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lunch with the kinders
waiting for the
orange creamsicle push-up bar
starts to melt
all falls out
put it back in
push-up stick bends
put it back in
make it into
a wonderful drippy droppy orange creamsicle shake
“ice cream is happiness condensed.”
― jessie lane adams
i made another attempt
at keeping the brownies
in the pan
for more than
half an hour.
as i was
the perfect batch
followed the sugar
into the trash
i brought what was left to the party
had to call on
my wheel of cheese
“it’s the mishaps that make it fun, and brings you the surprise.”
whipple-scrumptious fudgemallow delight
it’s almost easter – a great time to make wonka’s whipple-scrumptious fudgemallow delight with the chiddlers then?!
how to make a truly whipple-scrumptious sauce
for your ice cream sundae:
you will need:
an adult to help you
a large bowl of your favourite ice cream ready in the fridge
60g dark chocolate
1 cadbury’s crunchie or similar chocolate bar
80g dark brown sugar
150ml double cream
what you need to do:
break the chocolate and the crunchie into large chunks
and set to one side.
in a saucepan, over a low heat, melt together
the butter, sugar and cream.
stir until all the sugar is dissolved.
turn the heat up and continue stirring for 10 minutes.
be careful, as it gets very hot and can splutter.
use a very long wooden spoon or a tall adult with a long arm.
turn the heat down again.
get your bowl of ice-cream from the fridge.
put the marshmallows, chocolate and crunchie into the saucepan,
stir around once and pour over your ice-cream.
“‘Wonka’s Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight!'” cried Grandpa George. ‘It’s the best of them all! You’ll just love it!'” – From Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – roald dahl
met up with some friends for brunch.
waited a long time and caught up on stories.
looked forward to the mimosas and coffee and delicious savory crepes.
as last, they arrived at our table.
our dessert came.
1 minute later.
ice cream, sweet apple filling oozing, delicately wrapped in brown sugar.
tucked inside of the softest of doughs.
melting onto the plate.
we each had the same reaction at the same time.
threw down the gauntlet.
abandoned our food without a look back.
jumped into dessert.
why we are friends.
we understand each other.
even when no words are spoken.
Absolutely eat dessert first. The thing that you want to do the most, do that. – Joss Whedon