Here’s some I made earlier.
Today I’m joining Jan Horton’s Spellbindingly fun blog party to celebrate the launch of her new book How do You Voodoo
When Janice said, think of your object of desire, I spent some time fantasising about holidays and cake (which are my default objects of desire – holidays eating cake, holidays baking cakes, cake with cake…). Then reality broke in and I realised I had a 102 things to do instead of wasting time daydreaming about cake. I thought, hey, this is a voodoo thing. I can do whatever I like. So I wish for… more time.
I would like to bake a ‘More time in the day’ cake. I’ve often wished there were more waking hours in the day, so that I could do everything and still get a bit of sleep. So here’s my recipe for More Time in the Day fairy cakes. Each cake should give you about 90 minutes. You can bake a whole cake and slice it into one hour slices, if you’d prefer.
My ingredients: three wild rose petals, a light pinch of magical herbs, 4 and a half dragon’s tears (use a glass dropper, not plastic), thistledown. Stir into a standard sponge cake recipe. Bake at 180 degrees until firm (don’t worry if they turn purple, this is normal). Turn out onto a wire rack to cool. Sprinkle with Magick crystals to decorate (note – if the crystals melt to form a pink glaze, you haven’t cooled them enough. They still work, but you’ll get about 10 minutes less time.
Magic herbs, petals rose, tears that dripped off a dragon’s nose
Thistle down and sponge to bake a truly special fairy cake
Donate to a friend for a gift sublime
There’s no time like the present and no present like more time
You can find out more about Janice and see all the other spellbindingly fun spells on her blog http://www.janicehortonwriter.blogspot.co.uk/
Now then, what am I going to do with all this extra time… oh yeah.
This is geeky, weird, yet totally romantic at the same time. (Er… so…just me then).