There’s nothing we like more at the Tots100 than taking a lovely, special family time of year like Easter, and turning it into a teeth-bared, no-holds-barred battle between three bloggers.
Oh yes. This Easter, we’ve challenged three of our favourite foodie bloggers to come up with a brilliant Easter feast dish, and we want YOU to tell us which is your favourite. What do you fancy cooking up with your family this Easter – a slow roasted spring lamb with lemon and rosemary? Or how about some crunchy Easter Bunny lollipops? Or maybe you want to keep it traditional and make some home-made Hot Cross Buns?
In the red corner, we have Cathy from NurtureStore, who has come up with this brilliant idea for an Easter treat you can make with the kids – Easter Bunny Lollipops. Cathy says these delicious, sweet treats are easy to make – and with crunchy cereal, sticky marshmallow and indulgent chocolate, they are bound to be a hit with youngsters this year.
Over in the blue corner is Mari of Mari’s World, who has come up with a mouth-watering recipe for Spring Lamb, roasted with lemon and rosemary – sure to keep the whole family happy on Easter Sunday. Perfect served with some roast potatoes and spring vegetables – Mari suggests potatoes, carrots, swede and green beans!
And then there’s our third, plucky contender – Amy from Cooking, Cakes and Children, who has posted the perfect recipe for Hot Cross Buns. Amy says this recipe is easier than you might expect, and the result is a perfect Easter treat to enjoy warmed in the oven and spread with some fresh butter. Mmmm…
So, bloggers, who gets your vote? Lollipops, lambs or buns?
Prizes and untold glory await the winner of this poll over on Parentdish, who is sponsoring the contest. Why not pop over and click for your favourite blogger, if you like the sound of their Easter treat? Who knows, they might be persuaded to come and cook it for you*. And if nothing else, while you’re visiting Parentdish, you can enter this fab competition to win a family break at Alton Towers.
* Probably not, though.