Dairy-free dark chocolate, soy condensed milk, Olivani (dairy-free margarine), instant coffee powder, & peanuts. Yum! I first came across this recipe when looking for ideas for Zaedyn’s birthday back in April. The photo above is from his Very Hungry Caterpillar 1st Birthday Party. I made it again Thursday night, and I think that this rich soft fudge is very yummy. Vegan or not, most people seem to enjoy it. Check out Angel Food for the recipe and other vegan products.
So why did I decide to make this mocha-peanut fudge again? Zaedyn and I wanted to share something yummy with our friends on our last day at our early childcare centre. I have worked with some amazing teachers over the past four years, met some lovely families, & have enjoyed my days playing, teaching, and learning from tamariki. I started out working with toddlers 18 months to around 3 1/2 year olds and began working with infants 3 months to 18 months when returning from maternity leave. Although I will not be working at the centre anymore, my passion for teaching has definitely not ended. I look forward to spending more time with Zaedyn at home and will continue to share my research, knowledge, and development on learning.
Thank you so much for all of our lovely gifts. Below are some photos as well as a lovely bowl that will be very useful in our kitchen and a creative painting for Zaedyn from his friends. We love and appreciate them all. We also look forward to finding a place to plant our feijoa tree. Can’t wait until we can eat our home grown feijoas!
With a very busy week, we enjoyed an evening out in Hamilton to watch the rugby. Waikato played Hawke’s Bay at Waikato stadium, winning 28-3 to retain the Ranfurly Shield. Zaedyn spent the game giving cheeky smiles to everyone around us, looking around for the noise of the cow bells, and watching Mooloo. He also thought that he could get some iPhones by looking at his new friends behind us and saying “ta”.
In Zaedyn’s eyes, Mooloo was the highlight of the game. He was constantly pointing him out and even learned some dance moves from him. Toward the end, we made our way down so that Zaedyn could see Mooloo. By now, the rain had washed some of Mooloo’s face paint off. He came over to see Zaedyn, but Zaedyn actually decided that he was a bit uncertain about this cow now that he was in front of him. Luckily Dad knew that a high five would change things. David said, “high-five” to Zaedyn, and of course he couldn’t resist that. I also couldn’t resist taking a photo of the boys in their Waikato gear. Then we made our way back to the top as the game was just about over. We found David’s brother, the Waikato technical analyst, in the coach’s box. Zaedyn wanted to tell Mark about Mooloo as he pointed out to him. I definitely think Zaedyn loved Mooloo more than the rugby!
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