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5 Bonfire night treat recipes

Lizz Banks
Authored by Lizz Banks
Posted: Tuesday, November 2, 2021 - 10:05

Bonfire night treats

If you are planning to make some treats to celebrate Bonfire night this year, we have rounded up 5 delicious child friendly recipes for you to try. 

1. Toffee Apple Popcorn Chocolate Bark Recipe

This recipe only has 4 ingredients and is very simple to make, yet it looks pretty impressive. The children will love getting involved with this recipe and decorating the bark.

https://www.eatsamazing.co.uk/family-friendly-recipes/dessert-sweet-treat-recipes/toffee-apple-popcorn-bark-recipe

2.  Marshmallow Sparklers

You can’t have bonfire night without marshmallows! This recipe is super easy, but will be a firm favourite with children.

http://www.slice-of-slim.com/2012/11/bonfire-night-marshmallow-sparklers.html

picture of marshmallows with sprinkles

3. Toffee Apples

I always thought that toffee apples would be pretty hard to make, turns out I was wrong! This recipe from Tesco Real Food only uses 4 ingredients and looks fairly simple. You do need boiling water for this one, so be careful around children, but children will love decorating their apples.

https://realfood.tesco.com/step-by-step/how-to-make-toffee-apples.html#SyUFRJPrYiG2btyu.99

picture of some toffee apples with sprinkles on

4. Toffee Apple Loaf Cake

If baking is more your thing, this toffee apple loaf cake will make a beautiful centre piece to your bonfire night table

http://supperinthesuburbs.com/2017/10/22/toffee-apple-loaf-cake/

5. Easy fruit rockets

If you want to balance your table out with a  healthy option, these fruit rocket skewers will be lots of fun to make and eat.

https://www.eatsamazing.co.uk/wprm_print/14873

picture of fruit rocket

If you have any other recipes you are making this Bonfire night, please do share them with us in the comments section.

 

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