June 16, 2009

Father’s day is approaching, need fun ideas?

In this post we recommend you a few recipes to make on father’s day! They can be made as breakfast or desert, or just as a surprise. This is a great way to spend some family quality time making something that afterwards you will for sure enjoy!

Fruit Snacks… Fruit snacks


  • Chocolate syrup
  • Fruits that you like
  • Worden sticks


  • Peal and cut the selected fruit  if needed
  • Insert them into the Worden sticks
  • Put some of the chocolate syrup over the fruit, as much as you want!

Banana Split…Banana Split


  • Bananas (1 banana per person)
  • Ice cream of different flavours: the traditional ones are vanilla strawberry and chocolate.
  • Whip cream
  • Chocolate syrup
  • Cherries (1 cherry per person)


Pore the syrup into a bowl and warm it up. Then cut the bananas in half in their length, and put them in a deep dish. The next step si to put on top the ice cream balls, usually three, or one per flavour, but since you are the ones making it put as many as you wish. Put the whip cream and to top it all the cherry on top.

Eat it before it melts!  

chocolate crepe… Chocolate crêpes


  • Milk
  • Flower
  • Sugar
  • 4 eggs
  • Butter
  • 300 gr of sour chocolate and 300 gr of sweet chocolate
  • Whip cream
  • The syrup of your taste

Preparation of the dough:

In a bowl we pore 1 L of milk, 4 o 5 table spoons of flower, 2 table spoons of sugar and 4 eggs. Mix it all well. If the dough ends too liquid add a bit of flower. On the other hand if it ends too thick add some milk.


In a medium size pan we put a tea spoon of butter, when it has melted we add a bit of the dough. Careful it gets done very quickly!

The filling:

In a saucepan we melt half of the sour chocolate and half of the sweet chocolate. With the help of a spoon you put it into the crêpe and then you extended with a knife. Lastly fold the crêpe in half twice, then introduce in the microwave for about 5 minutes. The last touch is to pore over a bit of the syrup you chose and the whip cream. Umm how delicious!


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