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Piñata Party Inspiration from Pinyatay

Piñata Party Inspiration from Pinyatay

Last week I blogged about my edible piñatas and why I think they’re just the best thing to buy as event centrepieces for parties (and yes, I am slightly biased, but I also think that’s just cold hard fact too). To continue the piñata love, I thought I’d share some non-edible piñatas you can get too, for extra decor! These are all from the wonderful Kate at Pinyatay, a maker I’ve absolutely loved for ages. As the old saying goes, anything you can do, Kate can make fringed and stuff with sweets, and that’s why I love her work…

Edible Piñatas: The Perfect Way To (Gingerbread) Spice Up A Party

Edible Piñatas: The Perfect Way To (Gingerbread) Spice Up A Party

If there’s two universal truths about celebrations, they are these: 1. piñatas are fun for every age, and 2. everyone loves fun food. And these two unarguable rules of life are the reasons edible piñatas are perfect for every occasion - be that a party, celebration, or even a marketing event. But what are edible piñatas? Rid your mind of thoughts of eating tissue paper and chomping on cardboard, and instead feast your eyes on these badboys: my edible piñatas, made totally of biscuit, iced to the hills and filled ENTIRELY with sweets!

Maid of More - Making Gingerbread Beer with Affinity Brew Co!

Maid of More - Making Gingerbread Beer with Affinity Brew Co!

There’s only really one answer when one of your favourite craft breweries one day asks if you’d like to make a beer out of your gingerbread, and - spoiler alert - the answer isn’t usually no. When the guys at Affinity Brew Co. asked whether I’d be up for it, I obviously said yes with bells on, hopped (geddit) down to their brewery in Bermondsey, and got started on crafting my very own gingerbread beer, which is now available to drink and buy around the country. What a dream come true!