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Easter Sunday egg hunt at the Crabtree

Daisy

Easter Sunday egg hunt at the Crabtree It is coming round to that time of year where the children have an excuse to indulge in chocolate. A few of you will know by now that my family pub usually does something for most events throughout the year http://www.crabtreesussex.co.uk/. 20140404-211219.jpg Between 11am and 12pm there will be an egg hunt in the gorgeous Crabtree garden. The bar will be open early for drinks and coffees - So let the kids run around and you can sit down and wake up properly! 20140404-211143.jpg Flossie loves runing round the garden, fingers crossed for sunshine!! 20140404-211156.jpg Perfect for a pre - dinner run around especially if your Easter lunch is booked in at the Crabtree! 20140404-211209.jpg Have a great Easter everyone... hope the chocolate dosen't cause too much chaos! The Crabtree, Brighton Road, Lower beeding, RH13 6PT. 01403892666

Daisy x

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Anais’ pie with ham, spinach and egg

Michelle

Anais’ pie with ham, spinach and eggSimple, delicious & a great activity with the children. Named after Monica Galetti's daughter, this pie is great to get the kids involved with not least because they can easily assemble it with a little help.

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Serves 4

Ingredients 2 large handfuls of spinach leaves Oil or butter for greasing 4 medium eggs, plus 1 extra egg yolk, lightly beaten, for brushing 200g sliced ham, roughly torn into shreds 200g cream cheese 1 sheet of ready-rolled puff pastry Freshly cracked black pepper

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Heat the oven to 180°C/Gas 4. Scatter a large handful of spinach leaves over the base of a lightly oiled or buttered baking dish, about 20 x 15cm.

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Break in 2 eggs, into opposite corners of the dish. Scatter half the ham evenly into the dish. Spoon half of the cream cheese on top, distributing it randomly, and season with some freshly cracked pepper.

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Repeat these layers, breaking the eggs roughly into the other corners so they are distributed more or less evenly in the dish. Lay the sheet of ready-rolled pastry over the dish and trim away the excess pastry with a sharp knife. Dampen the rim of the dish and press the pastry edges firmly onto it.

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Brush the pastry lid with the beaten egg yolk to glaze.

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At this stage, the pie lid can be scored with a pattern or shapes can be cut from the trimmings and stuck on with a little beaten egg. Bake the pie for about 20 minutes until the pastry is crisp and golden brown. Let the pie stand for 5 minutes before serving.

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For more recipes from Monica's Kitchen by Monica Galetti click here, enjoy! Michelle X

Easter Egg Painting

Michelle

Easter Egg Painting: We decided to brave the task of Egg painting with the toddlers, yes I know it sounds a little far-fetched but I’m delighted to say we all had a wonderfully messy time.The beautifully painted Eggs

Equipment: Eggs (we used Duck eggs because they are larger but any eggs will do) Paintbrushes Child friendly paints (water based) Small bowls of water Lots of tea-towels to mop up the water Flour (if you’re using large eggs) Two more small bowls or egg cups Equipment & inspiration

Method: Egg preparation: You can either hard-boil the egg or blow out the contents, we chose the latter 'Click here' to see how.

Painting the eggs: We decided to let the toddlers warm-up by letting them play with small bowls of water, the paint, some brushes. Preparation...

We stood the large eggs in small bowls of flour as they were too big for egg cups and this also provided a soft cushion for the fragile canvas. The virginal egg

Florence and Oliver enjoyed playing with the flour as much as they enjoyed painting the eggs. Great way to balance an egg! Make sure to lay down a plastic sheet or newspaper! Oliver having fun

We let Florence and Oliver have creative control when decorating... Creative Florence

"Florrie just keep on smiling and they will NEVER know we have poured flour everywhere" Florence & Oliver having fun

Mummies stayed close and Nanna was on stand-by for emergency mop-ups... Mummies helping

We celebrated our successful egg painting with a run around the beautiful grounds of the Crabtree and finished off with warm babychino’s (warm milk in espresso cups) Babychino  break

All of the beautiful pictures in this post were taken by our AMAZING photographer Alan Wright Photography click here to view Alan's website.AWP_Logo_CMYK_GradBG