March PC Calendars…

Happy St. David’s Day!


some great activities and pins for your St. Davids Day Celebrations !

and , of course, Welsh Cakes !


In a large bowl rub 4oz butter into 8oz of self raising flour.
Add 2oz caster sugar, 2oz currants or raisins, 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon and a good grating of fresh nutmeg.
Mix in 1 egg and 2 tablespoons of milk and stir to form a dough.
Roll out the dough and use a cookie cutter to cut out circles. (or you can just take a fist-full of the dough and form into a flat circle). You want the cakes to be no more than about 1cm thick, as you want them to cook through in the middle before the outside burns.
Place a little oil and butter in a frying pan and add a few cakes at a time. Cook slowly, flipping them over to brown both sides.
An extra sprinkling of sugar on the top finishes them off with a flourish.


Welcome March this St David’s Day!
at last the approach of spring’s reality ~
here are a few wallpaper calendars I thought you might 
enjoy when you open up your pc this month…
left click to enlarge, then right to save as…
blessings on every day of the gift of this new month !
let’s Welcome Spring together !

5 thoughts on “March PC Calendars…

  1. I had better luck finding Welsh cakes in the US than I do living in Great Britain. Been to Wales a number of times and have never seen them. Thanks for the recipes as we loved them, going to try this with the kids.

  2. The daffodils alone in this post made me smile! I like the idea of the daffodil bunting. And the Welsh cakes look yummy. Thanks for including the calendars as well. And thanks for linking up with NOBH! Smiles –

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