It’s been a while since I wrote a blog post, with my health being a little bit up in the air I haven’t been out much. I have finally improved a little and am able to find some energy to complete a bit of work.
Back during the Easter Break, I took the children to the lovely Biscuiteers Icing Cafe – The team gifted me the experience so I could write and tell you all about it.
School holidays are always a bitter sweet time, especially if you are not planning on going on holiday, we love having our children at home, but never know what to do with them when they are with us, and the words “I’m bored” are repeated very FREQUENTLY. So when The Biscuiteers offered me the experience I jumped at the chance.
The Biscuiteers experience is both for girls and boys, yipeeeee!!! As this is always a battle when each of them want to do something different. It’s also age friendly – meaning any age can get involved – Age 4 up to Adults. It’s also lovely and quiet with Tea on tap. Win Win Win !
We started with 2 happy bunnies, and this is how our day played out!
We were each allowed 3 biscuits to decorate as part of the price, there’s a varied amount of shapes and its all pretty straight forward. You are given all that you need to decorate the biscuits with experts on hand to give a helping hand when needed. You can then settle down with a piece a cake, a cup of tea and get creative. Theres a range of sweet treats to choose from, our favourite was the Easter Brownies. We then had a little tour of the shop to gather inspiration from the decorated biscuits they had for sale. The decorated work is truly incredible and each little piece is edible art. The shop is so beautiful and you really can’t help but smile when walking round.
The Children were quiet for close to an hour, I also had the best time making my own Easter treats. It was so much fun! It’s such a calming activity, and it was really lovely to see them get creative and not argue! There were enough colours and options to keep any debating at bay.
Once we were finished icing the biscuits are taken to be baked for about 15 minutes to set. They are then packed beautifully in gorgeous boxes. Ready to be gifted or eaten. Every little detail has been thought about. Once we were all finished, it was impossible not to purchase something pretty.
The Biscuiteers gifts cater for every kind of celebration, and even if icing biscuits isn’t your thing, the shop is worth a visit for its ‘Pretty Appeal” and just a cup of coffee in the beautiful surroundings. This is their Northcote Road Shop, which is just beautiful.
With fathers day around the corner, I thought this blog post may give you some ideas… after all WHAT do you buy Dad’s? aftershave and socks? I think A box with lovely biscuits with a lovely message is the perfect treat. check out their fathers day range here . I just love their BBQ Box.
We had a great day out at the Biscuiteers and really recommend the experience. If you would like to learn more or want to know where you can find your nearest location. You can click here for their website.
This was a gifted experience, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.
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