Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Little Princess Apron


Little Princess, Milkshake!, children apron




















As you may know, I love baking and cooking. I'm hoping that I can get Abby to share my passion, which she does, and have been trying to get some lovely accessories for her to use while we are in the kitchen. The only thing we didn't have is a proper apron. We have 2 tabards but that's really more for arty crafty time. So I was delighted when I was given the opportunity to review a really cute Little Princess apron. I didn't realise until after that Little Princess is actually a preschool/ reception cartoon that's been showing on Milkshakes! .


Little Princess, Milkshake!, children apron


















Little Princess, Milkshake!, children apron















Abby really liked the apron and couldn't wait to start making cupcakes with the Little Princess cupcakes recipe. But I know she doesn't normally eat cakes. She only eats the icings! So I changed the recipe to a chocolate chip cake that she will eat with no icing on.

The recipe seems weird as it ask you to add flour to the butter and sugar mixture instead of eggs first, but the outcome is equally good.


Little Princess, Milkshake!, children apron

Little Princess, Milkshake!, children apron















I know they'll look more princessy with icing on, but as long as Abby loves them. In fact, I might just need to make her a chocolate cake for her birthday to get her eating the whole piece!


The Little Princess apron is really cute, although I learned that the 4 years old Princess likes to throw the occasional tantrum before she learns her lessons! Anyhow, it fits Abby well, and should fit her for a few more years too. It's made of PVC and have a lovely matt effect instead of the usual shiny coating, which I prefer.

The apron can be bought from www.dunelm-mill.com and is retailed at £3.99.


Disclosure: I was sent an apron to review; all opinions are honest and my own