Why you shouldn’t blog while your children are awake

18 Jan

Or at least you shouldn’t leave the dairy-free cream on the dining table after eating the scones. He’s using the mini jam jar as a scoop because the spoon wasn’t big enough.

My friend Sarah has been experimenting with dairy-free recipes for Little D. He’s allergic to cow’s milk protein but adores everything creamy, cheesy or milky. Both the scones and cream are dairy-free. She’s refinining the recipe, and I’ll link to it when she’s happy with it.

5 Responses to “Why you shouldn’t blog while your children are awake”

  1. Frogdancer January 19, 2012 at 7:44 am #

    I could add… why you shouldn’t blog when your 15 year old is cooking.
    He decides that making whizzfizz icing for the sponge cake he just made is a good idea.
    Well, maybe it is. The kids like it. I’m hiding the citric acid, though!

  2. Robyn January 19, 2012 at 9:55 am #

    Oh yay! I want the recipe for that cream! I also discovered that Golden Banana sells that jam too…

  3. Liz January 19, 2012 at 4:01 pm #

    I think he’s shown remarkable control in not having covered himself (the jam smears on his legs notwithstanding) and the worktop in the stuff. Excellent hand to mouth co-ordination!

    • L from 500m2 in Sydney January 23, 2012 at 12:05 am #

      I think any type of dairy product (pseudo or otherwise) can inspire Little D to all sorts of greatness 🙂

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