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    22 month old granddaughter and goodies

    Jellyqueen
    Sun Dec 12, 2010 9:48 pm
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    I am wanting some simple, easy Christmas recipes that I can use to make my 22 month old grand daughter feel special....she loves to "help" and I would love to have a little Christmas treats session with her.

    What do you all recommend?

    And of course the 16 year old may be there also, so if you have things that she would enjoy please let me know. The 16 year old is our newest addition to the family, our son married her Mom in October and made us all very happy with our blossoming family...we really want this to be a special Christmas.


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    Soup Lady
    Mon Dec 20, 2010 5:46 pm
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    Any kind of cookies would be fun, she could help with stirring and pouring ingredients in. Cut outs are my favorite to do with my girls, they can help with the decorating.
    These would be perfect too
    Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Cookies
    Edible Jewelry
    with these you could use red and green sprinkles Sparklers
    Cake pops are a really fun new trend too. If you've never seen them google them!
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