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  1. What a super idea for outdoor cooking! I love it! We don’t have a lot of woods where we live, but there is one little group of trees we can pretend we are in a forest in. Ah, rural island life! 😀
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    1. Ha ha! You should try it in your little group of trees! I don’t think my husband would cope with no trees (he’s a forester!). 🙂 x

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  2. Genius! We light fires in our garden often and the kids toast marshmallows, I’m going to have to get them doing something like this. Not sure you can buy croissant dough here in Romania though….
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    1. I hadn’t seen the dough before either, but it’s just puff pastry really, so could buy that of make it? Have fun! 🙂 x

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    1. Definitely one to add to the list of things for kids to do! I love the jumper too, it’s so sweet! 🙂 x

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    1. Let me know if you try and make these then, would love to see how it turns out! 🙂 x

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    1. Thank you, it’s pretty cute! I’m sure you can make gluten free puff pastry, a bit more difficult, but you could make it and then wrap it up to take with you to the woods? 🙂 x

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    1. Ha ha! Maybe it’s a Scottish thing? It’s spray cream in a tin, but the noise sounds like a ‘skoosh’ when it comes out I guess?! 🙂 x

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    1. Oh no! Hope it wasn’t too bad a burn? I’m sure you can find someone to make you one! 🙂 x

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  3. I was just about to post our adventure to the woods too but we did make anything to eat. These bad boy dough looks so yummy! I think next time we go to the wood, we’ll have to make these too. Thanks for sharing. #Whatevertheweather
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  4. What an amazing idea and they look yummy! We last played in the woods at Jimmy’s Farm in Essex a few weeks ago. We haven’t been to the woods near home in a while but we have a great Forestery Commission woodland close by where we’ve done den building and dog walks #whatevertheweather
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    1. Thank you! We love the woods and my friends idea for these Clair’s was fantastic! 🙂 x

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  5. Oh my goodness, these look amazing!! My son and I did a bushcraft day recently and toasted marshmallows but this is taking it to a completely different level. It’s made me hungry! xx
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  6. I totally love how you explore with your boys! Its brilliant. Cant wait to do the same once Jack is up and about. Lovely post and those eclairs look divine xx #PicknMix
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    1. Thank you! You’ll have so much fun when he’s a bit bigger and can run and round! 🙂 x

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  7. Wow, this is a great idea. I’m sure Annabelle would love to cook outdoors. I don’t think she would eat an eclair as she’s not partial to chocolate or many sweet treats but maybe if she goes through the process of making it she would be more likely to try it. x
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    1. Wow, your lucky if she doesn’t like sweet treats! The process is definitely fun to do, even if she gives it to you To eat afterward! 🙂 x

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  8. Aww what fantastic photos and even better memories made! Such a lovely read! Suz x Beauisblue.com

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  9. This really takes me back, my boys would spend hours in the woods here at Coombe Mill with campfires and dough mix, I must reintroduce it for our guests as part of activity hour. Looks like your little one had a wonderful time too, thank you for sharing with me on Country Kids.
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    1. It would be a great activity for activity hour, O is almost 4 and loved it! 🙂 x

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  10. What an absolutely genius idea!! They sound SOOOOOO yummy. I need to try this. 😀 It looks like the boys LOVED them too. xx
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  11. ooooohhh the éclairs sound good, something different to do on an open fire. The river is nearby if they get to messy eating them.
    We love climbing trees and exploring forests and letting your imagination kick in.

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    1. Lol, we’re not quite at. The sword stage hasn’t arrived here yet, but trees are so much fun! 🙂 x

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