To tell you the truth, I was trying to make No Bake Swiss rolls. These Swiss rolls are actually quite popular on Pinterest, and I thought it would be a great idea to make Rainbow Swiss rolls, of course no bake!
But eventually landed making a totally different version which is way simpler and involves children 100 percent. I mean it is as good as play doh but tasty, edible and sweet!
Swirls and Rainbows, how could one not love it?
They are perfect for those fun class parties for the kiddos or potluck get togethers. Easy to make, look and taste great.
Ingredients you need:
- Digestive Biscuits / Marie biscuits
- Condensed milk
- Food colouring
Take one packet of Marie biscuit, add it the chopper and churn it till it’s a very fine mixture
# Step 2:
Seive this mixture. There will be a few pieces which aren’t grinded well. Remove them or grind them again till they become fine.
# Step 3:
Add 200 gm condensed milk or how much ever you need to make a dough.
# Step 4:
Divide this dough into 6 different part.
# Step 5:
Add different food colouring to all six parts. Mix it well to form a coloured ball. You can ask your child to this, great activity to develop motor skills.
# Step 6:
Take a butter paper, grease it properly with butter. Greasing is very important, it makes sure the dough doesn’t stick to the paper.
# Step 7:
Now roll on the butter paper. I have mixed all the colours and rolled it, but you could roll each colour separately and then layer it on top of each other. You can involve your child into rolling, it is as close to play doh, just edible.
# Step 8:
Once you roll it, refrigerate for about 2 hours.
# Step 9:
After 2 hours, remove it from the refrigerator and cut them into pieces. If you are making it for a party, pierce a toothpick for each piece and place it on a stand
Perfect for a party! Kids love it, Adults love it. Easy to make and they look totally party food.