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  • 20 Mar 2015

    Easter freefrom recipe: Bunny Hunt Mint Choc Biscuits! Dairy free, gluten free, egg free, nut free.

    Posted: 20 Mar 2015

    Want to play a game you can eat? Then try these chocolate bunny hole biscuits, iced with peppermint grass. This edible game of chance not only tastes good but brings some fun to the table too! The lucky person who picks up a biscuit to reveal a bunny hiding underneath wins a bonus treat (you just have to decide what that treat is)!

    Watch how to easy they are to make by clicking on the video above or you can find the written recipe in the 'For Kids' section along with more fun 'n' freefrom recipes!

    But it doesn't stop there... then print and cut out this free Bunny Hunt Scene PDF and arrange them around your biscuits to create the fun scene. 

    Bring on the hunt! 

    Bunny Hunt Mint Choc Biscuits: milk, egg, gluten, soya, nuts, peanut and sesame free.

    Want to see more?
    My little partner in crime and I have created plenty more simple allergen friendly recipes for your children to have bags of fun making and munching! View them here on Allergy Adventures YouTube channel


    More fun stuff...
    If you haven't yet met the onion ringmaster or the beetroot monkey, then what are you waiting for?! The story book series from Allergy Adventures® takes children on a magical adventure inside a lunchbox! 

    The stories teach children positive messages about living with food allergies, while reinforcing the importance of staying safe around food.

    The books are great for reading at home, or for raising awareness in schools and nurseries. For more info, click on the link to view Allergy Adventures' story book series.

    The story books are also available on Amazon

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