BOOKISH TREATS: Crumble recipe from Lucie Cash's Fairytale Food

Recently we blogged about Fairytale Food, the wonderfully quirky new recipe book by Lucie Cash. If you're a lover of fairytales and fancy creating some magical dishes, this book is must have.

Fairytale Food is released today and the lovely Lucie has shared with us her recipe for Mummy Bear's Blue and Black Beary Crumble. Enjoy!

 

fairytalefoodrecipe.jpgfairytalefood.jpgPacked with over sixty simple recipes and divided into fifteen chapters, each inspired by a different fairytale and with a lavish full-colour full-page illustration, this cookbook is perfect for anyone who wants to add a little magic to their cooking.

If you fancy tucking into a steaming hot bowl of Princess & the Pea Soup, curling up by the fire with a cup of tea and a slab of Hansel & Gretel's House Gingerbread or tickling your taste-buds with a dollop of Tinkerbell's Trifle, then Fairytale Food is for you...

...Once upon a time, a young(-ish) maiden decided she was fed up with cooking the same old beans on toast and pasta bakes every night; she longed for some magic in her cooking. So she left her cosy cottage (flat in West London), pen and paper in hand and set off to find inspiration in the land of fairytales. For months and months she toiled visiting our best-loved characters; some were wonderfully sweet and generous, others were a bit grumpy and a little scary, but they all gave her ideas, tips and the confidence to create her very own delicious recipes.

Put a bit of magic into your cooking with these recipes inspired by some of our most-loved fairytales.

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