We have an awesome veggie garden and the zucchini are growing so well. I have had to find other ways to use it other than just in the normal way I would. I stuffed these with other vegetables and cheese. My husband REALLY liked it which was great. The kids didn't like it, but they are going through a "we don't want anythign new phase".
preheat oven to 200 celcius (390 F)
What you need
1 large zucchini or 3 medium sized 2 garlic cloves 1/2 brown onion 1/2 red pepper (capsicum) 3 mushrooms pulp of zucchini one tomato chopped handful parsely and oregano chopped finely (or use the dried stuff, 1 tablespoon each) 1 egg 1 cup bread crumbs salt and pepper to taste cheddar/mozzarella/paremsan (I used a mixture of these as this is what I had already in the fridge)
Chop all ingredients. Place some butter in a pan and cook the garlic and onion til soft, add in the capsicum, mushrooms, tomato and pulp and cook for a few mins. Leave to cool. Once cool add in the bread crums, egg, herbs and salt and pepper and mix well. Spoon into the zucchini, sprinkle cheese on the top. Place in oven and remove when zucchini is cooked and the cheese has melted or around 30 mins
My friends and I made some cupcakes for my sister in laws baby shower. I wasn't that happy with the actual cake, so I won't use that recipe I found, so I won't be posting a recipe for the cake, but pictures of the way we deocrate them.
We went with a "rubber duck" theme for the evening, hence the rubber duck patty pans but we also made it animal/bugs too.
For the icing we used a creamed cheese/icing sugar icing, and we also did another batch of butter and icing sugar. We used different food dyes to change the colour of the icing.
The butterfly was made using "freckles" for the wings, smarties for the body and pieces of licorice rope cut into antannae.
The dragonfly was made using jellybeans as the body, "banana" lollies cut into wing shapes and a smartie for its head.
For the ducks we cut out 2 "v" shapes from licorice allsorts for the beak and used smarties for the eyes (you could use M&M's etc).
These are "babies" we used writable ink that comes in a little tube for the outer part of the dummy (pacifer) and a jelly bean in the middle of that. The smile was made with some licorice as was the eyebrows. Smarties were used for the eyes.