Sunday, 23 September 2012

Making Dinner With Lucy

I have to be honest and say that I'm really just a big child.  And one of the best thing for me was when I had the kids was realising that I could let my inner child run wild. I can't resist a game of hide and seek or eye spy or even stuck in the mud.  So when Lucy took out her box of Playdough and asked me if I wanted to play, I was in there as quick as lightening.  We decided to try and make something resembling a dinner.
We decided to try and make something resembling a dinner and we made steak, carrots, beetroot, peas and sweetcorn, tomato and spuds.  It's amazing what you can make with palydough!!


  1. Hi Rosie,

    what a lovely blog this is. And the play dough meal looks mouthwatering. Yet I think for eating I better try one of your other recipes!

  2. Haha, that's brilliant! Kudos for keeping all the colours separate! My lot used to end up with a mass of 'brown' playdough, in fact my girls favourite thing to make with it was pretend chocolates, with which they then played chocolate shops!

    Thank you so much for stopping by at my place :D

  3. Almost good enough to eat ... yum!!

  4. Found your blog through your comments at Knitsofacto. I think I'm going to enjoy your blog very much.



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