Make toad in the hole, a traditional British meal. To help celebrate St Georges Day.
To make the batter
Small ready cooked sausages (Walls make some - other brands are available !!!!)
Cocktail sausages if time permits
Muffin tins to cook in
In sixes, make up a batter using the ingredients and a Yorkshire pudding recipe (plenty on the web for you to use, or use your own special recipe)
Whilst the batter is being made, the oven is heating up and the muffin tins with a small amount of oil in, ready for the batter mix and sausage.
When the batter is ready, and the oil is hot enough, a leader will pour the batter into the muffin tins, then pop a small sausage into the batter mix, put in oven to cook.
Cook until Yorkshire pudding has risen and golden brown.
Leader takes muffin tins out of the oven, and then we all get to eat some lush toad in the hole, in celebration of St George.