Keep kids busy this half term making these adorably cute animal-shaped cakes and bakes
Half term? Tick. Kids going stir-crazy? Tick. Keep the little darlings amused (and fed) with these cute-as animal shaped treats. They are so adorable, don't be surprised if the kids refuse to eat them!
Where did this all-manner-of-cuteness come from? And they're vegan. So there.
You'll have a hoot baking these wise owl biscuits. And there's a whole page dedicated to owl biscuits on Pinterest (just in case you're interested) if these ones aren't twit-ta-wooing you!
Aww ... googly eyes peeping out of a smattering of desiccated coconut. Quite frankly, we're in love.
One for the little monkey in your life. Very, very easy to make and knocks spots off the shop-bought alternative. Promise!
This has to be the most ingenious use for black-eyed peas (eyes) and black beans (nostrils) we've ever seen. Stick these hippo-bread-rolls in a mushroom soup too, and it could even be a mud bath.
Save these big cat macarons for the big kids as they're a bit tricky to make. We have – officially – seen it all.
Well he does look pleased with himself. And so will you after you've made him! The cake is actually pretty easy but does involve a bit of piping – watch our how to ice a cupcake video to gear yourself up.
Who couldn't be proud of this pride of lion biscuits? They're called "icebox" cookies because you chill the dough before baking, thus making them extra crisp.
Excuse me! I'm taking a bath. Ah, the uses for a spherical cake tin never fail to impress. Oink!