general info SUGARFIED AND CO LAUNCHES FUN 'DO IT YOURSELF' KITS FOR CHILDREN
Sugarfied And Co Launches Fun 'Do It Yourself' Kits For Children
Updated on 07 May 2020

We may be in the midst of movement restrictions and social distancing, however it is still possible to have an entertaining set-up that involves the children with a fun and memorable activity.

To spark family bonding and virtual interaction during Ramadan, Sugarfied & Co. has created 'DIY Sugarfied Treat Kits'. These kits are a fun 'do it yourself' activity to make your own treats in the comfort of your home. The kit not only includes ingredients and instructions for top selling Sugarfied treats for kids, but is packaged well with gloves. 

The DIY kit is available in three variations, 'DIY Treats', 'DIY Treats (Vegetarian)' and 'DIY Treats (Fruit)', and each kit includes: 

DIY Treats

1 giant marshmallow

1 food grade paper stick for dipping the giant marshmallow

1 Oreo

1 pretzel

1 bag of rainbow sprinkles

1 bag of chocolate chips (high grade Belgian chocolate).

DIY Treats (Vegetarian)

1 giant marshmallow

1 food grade paper stick for dipping the giant marshmallow

1 Oreo

2 pretzels

1 bag of rainbow sprinkles

1 bag of chocolate chips (high grade Belgian chocolate).

DIY Treats (Fruit)

1 large strawberry

2 dates

2 apricots

1 bag of rainbow sprinkles

1 bag of chocolate chips (high grade Belgian chocolate).

Each kit is suitable for children 2 years and above, and costs Dhs 40, complete with a pair of gloves and a recipe card with instructions. 

Kits can be ordered online at www.sugarfiedandco.com

 

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