Yesterday we attended International Day at Lady Sadie's school. I was so proud of the school community, that came together as one to share our different cultures. Obviously the Aussie stall was the loudest there with Australian music blaring and one family dressed as convicts. I am always proud to say that I'm Australian, I know for sure I come from the most beautiful country in the world and yesterday a group of us bought a little bit of home to Doha.
I was in charge of making Honey Joys, which if you are an Aussie you know that these little gems were served up at every kids birthday party you went to.
Honey Joys couldn't be any easier to make, and on the grand scheme of things aren't that bad for a party treat or even as an after school snack. They are fantastic for kids to make to give them a little bit of independence in the kitchen.
So if you're looking for a true blue, dinky dye bloody bonza treat for your kids....look no further than the humble Honey Joy!
4 Cups Corn Flakes
1 Tablespoon honey
1/3 cup sugar
90g butter or margarine
1. Preheat oven to 150 degrees celsius. Line 24 hole patty pan with paper cases.
2. Melt butter, sugar and honey together in a saucepan until frothy.
3. Add corn flakes and mix well.
4. Working quickly, spoon mixture into patty cases. Bake in oven for 10 minutes and cool.