Previously. . . .
Miss M received a book of Disney's Cinderella & with the pending re-release on DVD & Blu Ray I decided to get in on the act.
Tuesday we set the scene with a Lucifer sandwich & 4 mice.
Wednesday was horse & carriage time.
Thursday we brought out the fairy godmother. . .
Which doesn't leave much of the tale to tell, except. . . .
'When the clock strikes twelve, everything will be as it was before'
*10cm cutter sandwich
*number cutters with our favourite pepperoni (fromWalkerston Country Meats)
I had originally planned to do the glass slipper as a sandwich, but then I saw this and realised I could make it actually look more like glass if I made it with rice paper, I just couldn't figure out how to get the shape. . . .
My first attempt was to use dinner leftovers of curry & rice, in a square biscuit cutter. I then wrapped the rice portion in rice paper & tried to use another skinny cutter (the number 1 from above) to cut out a section to give it a heel. That didn't really work, even when I coloured in the cut out with my trusty FooDoodlers
My second attempt was the same triangle (half a square biscuit cutter) of just the curry this time, and then wrap that in rice paper, FooDoodler a heel & add an M&M button.
Somehow they don't look quite as nice as I had pictured in my head, but you get the idea :-)
Served in Tupperware square rounds
I forgot to add I also splurged on some Disney Princess Yoghurt for her this week too.
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