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Wacky animals

With a little inspiration, imagination and forward planning, a day involving screaming hordes of children descending on your home in search of fairy bread can be fun.

Wacky animals
Photo: Jennifer Soo

Ingredients

12 slices white bread
½ cup soft butter
Coloured sprinkles and small sweets to decorate
Animal-shaped biscuit cutters

Method

Place a biscuit cutter on the centre of each slice of bread and cut out shapes. Spread with butter and cover with sprinkles. Use small sweets for eyes, pressing gently with fingers.

Best eaten on the day they are made.

Course:
Snacks
Occasion:
Children's Party, Halloween, Kids' cooking

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