Time for some pancakes at long last. We waited for Daddy to come home from work then helped him in the kitchen.
We bought a special Hello Kitty frying pan so we could make small pancakes and we knew the kids would love the Hello Kitty shape.
They did and ate themselves full.
The day started out in London and ended in Wiltshire as we took nanny home after her Christmas break with us. We had a stop at Marlborough where I raided the Cath Kidston shop which was full of lovely things. We were all a little tired of cooking at dinner time so opted for the easy option – an Indian!
I think it was the first time Little Sis had gone out for a curry and she wasn’t too badly behaved (luckily it was quiet!). Her brother loves curry so he was happy to try something from everyone’s plate
It rained pretty much all day but we were lucky that there was nothing urgent for us to do but stay indoors and keep dry. At snack time we reached for the Pickled Onion Pom-Bears. For the second year you will be able to get your hands on the Limited Edition Pickled Onion Pom-Bear Halloween snacks!
The snacks have the same light and airy texture that has become synonymous with Pom-Bear. Each pack is less than 100 calories, suitable for vegetarians, gluten free and has no added colours or scary preservatives.
We were sent a box so we could try them out for ourselves and they went down very well! We always keep a stack of Pom-Bear crisps and these are a great seasonal variety. They cost £1.59 for a pack of six, and are available in ASDA, Tesco, Waitrose and NISA.
Perfect for trick or treaters, nibbles or packed lunches!