Soft white bread spread with sweet butter
and topped with a generous amount of brightly colored sprinkles. Simple, fun, and brilliant
. We know this is meant to be a treat for little fairy princesses, but we're pretty enchanted ourselves!We spotted this idea for fairy bread on CRAFT, who in turn picked it up from the Australian blog "I Ate Brisbane." We'd never heard of this particular delicacy before, but apparently it's a well-known and much-loved snack for children's birthday parties in Australia.
We dug a little deeper and found some more interesting facts about fairy bread!
• It inspired (or perhaps was inspired by) a Robert Louis Stevenson poem by the same name. Read it for yourself over here!
• Fairy bread has such a following that it even has its own Facebook page. The page currently has 153,925 fans! You can become the next one: Fans of Fairy Bread!
• There are very specific ways to make fairy bread. Here's the Wikihow page to guide you through each step.
• Or you can follow I Ate Brisbane's excellent instructions on her blog! I Ate Brisbane: Fairy Bread (via CRAFT magazine).
Do you love fairy bread? Tell us how you make it!
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(Image: I Ate Brisbane)