Fun Christmas Crackers (Bon bons)

Christmas Cracker (Bon Bons)

I love turning simple breakfast food into a visual delight. This is not something that is tricky to make and transforms the humble wheatbrick into a great, fun food Christmas icon.

Use whatever fruit you have in stock to decorate. I used yoghurt coloured by raspberries and blueberries to give it a bright coating.

Healthy breakfast food Christmas

Recipe

– 2 Wheatbricks

– I used yoghurt coloured by crushed raspberries and by blueberries for colour

– I used Greek yoghurt, blueberries and strawberries for decoration

Method

1. Cut the ends of a wheatbrick on the diagonal.

Christmas Cracker - 1 wheatbrick (1 of 1)

2. Slice another wheatbrick in half then cut the inner ends on a diagonal too.

Christmas Cracker - 2 ends (1 of 1)

3. I coloured the ends using yoghurt mixed with raspberries. You could use just the berries crushed if you choose.

Christmas Cracker - 3 pink (1 of 1)

4. Then I did the same for the centre with yoghurt mixed with blueberries.

Christmas Cracker - 4 purple (1 of 1)

5. And then made some stripes for detail with plain yoghurt.

Christmas Cracker - 5 stripes (1 of 1)

6. I used blueberries and chopped strawberry to give a jewel effect.

Christmas Cracker - 6 blueberries (1 of 1)

7. And then to finish I used some of the yogurt/raspberry mix for a party effect.

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8. I had made another but it looked too “sweet/candy” like ..

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