Sponsored Video - Perfectly Lazy Do Nothing Days

With the school holidays fast approaching you may be wondering how to entertain the kids for the five or six weeks they’re off.  There’s bound to be a rainy day or two, so instead of them sitting watching TV or playing computer games, just think how good it would be for the whole family to have a break and spend some time together.

One of those lazy do nothing days, pop down to the park and feed the ducks perhaps.  Even going for a walk in the rain can be fun as long as you wrap up and in any case kids just love putting on wellie boots and kicking around in puddles!   When you get back home everyone can have a nice hot shower followed with bubbling cheese on toast and a nice hot cuppa - that’s always a good thing. In the afternoon you could make tiny cakes, bake biscuits or make and design your very own pizzas to have for dinner.

Or how about making crumpets?  If you’ve never made them, then you should.  I had a go a while back and found it quite exciting to watch the little holes appear as the crumpets cook.   All you need is flour, yeast, sugar, milk, salt, bicarbonate of soda and a little oil for cooking.  Once they’re done, just pop them into the toaster till piping hot, and spread with butter, the perfect taste of home.

Although Anchor butter is well known, Anchor also produce a great range of other products including cheese and pastry – oh and don’t forget their squirty cream which is especially loved by kids!   Finish your day off with ice cream sundaes, squirty cream and chocolate chips.

Anchor is holding a competition giving you the chance to win a set of personalised Anchor aprons.  To enter all you need to do is send over four snapshots capturing your lazy nothing day.  Pop over to the Anchor website for full details.

Take a look at this short video showing three families enjoying their own perfectly glorious nothing day.

What’s your ideal perfectly lazy do nothing kind of day? 

Disclaimer:  This post is sponsored by Anchor but all thoughts are my own.

1 comment

  1. You have me craving crumpets now :)



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