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Did you know that today is International Fairy Day? Celebrate by reading your favourite fairy tails, have a picnic in the forest… or make this recipe for fairy bread! Fairy bread originates from Australia, where kids usually eat them at birthday parties.
To make this colourful snack, you’ll need:
What to do:
Enjoy and happy Fairy Day!
– Mandy, chickaDEEblog@owlkids.com
Today is Australia Day! In the November 2010 issue, we took chickaDEE readers on a journey to Australia. The issue was packed with cool Aussie facts, animals, stories, puzzles and games. We even showed you a recipe for Fairy Bread, a very special treat that Aussie children eat on their birthdays! Here’s the recipe again:
2. Spread a layer of butter or margarine on top.
3. Add colourful sprinkles.
4. Cut into triangles and share with a friend!
For a healthier version, you can replace the white bread with whole wheat bread and the sprinkles with dried fruit!
Talk to you later, mates!
Editor of chickaDEE