Thursday, September 01, 2016

Fairy Bread Recipe | Classic Australian Kid's treat | Kid's Birthday Party Snacks

Today's recipe is about a well-known and much-loved snack for Children's birthday parties in Australia. This is a very simple treat that is made using three basic ingredients: the white bread is spread with a layer of butter or margarine and topped with generous amount of brightly colored sprinkles. In Australia, the sprinkles used is called 100s and 1000s (tiny ball-shaped sugar candies) and they are very specific about this for the fairy bread. They never substitute it with any other variety of bread or sprinkles to make this. I came across this in Happy's playschool party. Miss Michelle has prepared this for the kids and since it was very cute I asked her about that. She just gave the recipe in a fraction of seconds and here I am with the post :) I know it is very simple, but I wanted to record it here. 
White Bread Slices - 6 
100s and 1000s or any sprinkle - 1/4 cup 
Spreadable butter or Margarine - 1/4 cup

1. Trim the edges of the bread slices and generously apply butter or margarine so that sprinkles stick to it.
 2. Lavishly sprinkle the 100s and 1000s     the buttered bread. Slice into triangles and serve
The fun and delicious treat is ready for the kids.
Points to remember:
  • If you could not find 100s and 1000s, then you can very well use any other colored sprinkles.
  • If you want the real fairy bread then don't substitute with whole wheat or any grain based healthy bread :P
  • For chocolate version spread Nutella instead of butter/margarine.
Warm Regards,
Happy's Cook - Divya

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