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    I'm keeping an eye out for recipes that I can do together with my preschooler. Some are edible and some are just for fun!
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    This is from the Nestle Toll House cookbook. I have never tried this recipe and am posting it in response to a request.

    Recipe #16648

    Another one of my no-flame-required, kid-friendly recipes. I remember making these in my after school program in grade school and loving them. They are a great wholesome activity for kids parties...just make sure an adult slices the apples. My favorite Apples to use are Pink Lady because the tart flavor is a nice compliment to the Peanut Butter. For a healthier variation, use cubed Slightly Green Bananas instead of Marshmallows...ripe bananas may be mushy. If you are worried about Peanut Butter allergies, substitute Cashew Nut butter as it is far less common to be allergic to.

    Recipe #244212

    A light breakfast or nutritious snack! I like a crunchy, tart apple, like Granny Smith.

    Recipe #190858

    Serve "dinner" for dessert!

    Recipe #162751

    These were our favourite after-school treat in the 1960's - lovingly made by our grandma. Just three simple ingredients and hardly any preparation. Not only do these luscious treats look like beehives - you'd swear they had honey in them. After keeping for a while they might weep a little sticky liquid through the bottom - but don't worry, this makes them taste even yummier.

    Recipe #113994

    Fun Spring Treats! Kids love them. Use a 6 or 12 cup muffin tin depending on desired size of nests. We made only 6 nest with this recipe so we could overlap the top and give an "edge" for our bird to sit on. You could serve these right away or wrap them in a pretty cellophane bag and give them as a gift.

    Recipe #280662

    Every child and adult in Denmark have fond memories of sitting around the bonfire on June 23rd when we celebrate Midsummer Sankt Hans. Most often we will make 'snobroed' which basically means 'wound bread'. You find sticks (great task for kids) long enough that you can sit at a safe distance and bake the bread over the fire. The bread dough is wound around the stick and will bake in approx 15 min. The key and often competition is who can bake the best bread without it getting burn marks. Hint - the coal and not the flames works best. It takes patience, but is so much fun and the banter will be flying. I have arranged this for friends and our kids during camping trips and it is now a MUST tradition and a great fuss free way of cooking dinner/snacks. See the recipe below for addtional tips on how to cook with hot dogs, ham etc. If camping you can make the dough ahead of time and place in a big zip lock bag, break the dough off directly in the bag and with floured hands roll out and onto the sticks.

    Recipe #427747

    4 Reviews |  By seesko

    A great party food. Adults and Kids love these.

    Recipe #341223

    After sampling one of these little gems at Starbucks, I just had to make some of my own! They are so delicious, can be customized with numerous different flavor combinations, and can be decorated for any occasion. They're a bit of work, but so worth it.

    Recipe #460680

    This is great during long car trips. It releases a relaxing scent and keeps kids from bouncing off the walls. I think I got this out of a Better Homes & Gardens magazine.

    Recipe #162217

    Okay, this is a much-beloved SECRET PARK RANGER RECIPE that I've used for years, impressing campers at my park as well as family and friends. This version (below) is the one I use most often but I have also offered alternatives, in the directions section of this recipe for all tastes, kids and adults alike. For this unique recipe, you will need either a charcoal grill or a small campfire. You will also need a campfire pie or sandwich baker, (also called pie irons), which you can easily find at Wal-mart in their outdoor section, or, at any outdoor supply store. They come in both square (sandwich) and round (pie) versions -- you can use either one with equal success. These babies are so delicious, fast, and easy that they're certain to become a family favorite at home or on camping trips which your kids will surely pass down to their own kids some day. The recipe screams out for substitutions and variations so have a lot of fun with this one!

    Recipe #244982

    This is a fun and simple recipe to make with kids. Even 3 year olds can handle this!

    Recipe #106607

    3 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    These kids will love, my DH is a big kid and he ate 4 of them (pig). Change the topping to suit your kids and you will have their new favorite hot dog with a twist.

    Recipe #116528

    For our 5 year olds lunch box for either snack time or lunch for his first year at kindergarten that are reasonably healthy but will bring a smile to his face when he finds them. This recipe would also be good for long car trips.

    Recipe #249032

    3 Reviews |  By 4Susan

    Such fun! Make your own volcano at home, the kids just love the eruption. My boys can never get enough. This isn't food, more of a science experiment & a great way to have fun with the family. One time we did this at a birthday party & let each child make their own. The dirt is optional!

    Recipe #143184

    So easy it's almost ridiculous! :) These chocolate-covered pomegranate seeds are a great addition to the holiday season, and the kids will like helping to make them.

    Recipe #45549

    These deliciously spicy muffins are ‘kissed’ with a touch of the Tropics – a buttered-rum-coconut heart that will have you swooning with every bite. The unusual addition of cornmeal makes the muffins even more wholesome texturally, and the addition of a dollop of sour cream in the batter provides a tender crumb. Don’t let the long list of ingredients phase you – these come together in no time at all.

    Recipe #161403

    A perfect time to do this project would be while you are dying your Eggs at Easter time!Where does the water go when a plant is watered? With this experiment, children can discover for themselves how essential the functions of roots and stems are to plant growth. As the colored water is absorbed, students will be able to see how the water is absorbed into the plant and the petals of the carnation change color. I got this "recipe" from Steve Spangler.

    Recipe #224656

    Found this recipe in a family-friendly cookbook. Sounds like fun for a summer day!

    Recipe #133961

    Was looking for a different craft for my students to do in Catechism class and found one that uses colored rice. Coloring the rice was so easy and perfect for our Easter craft. Recipe originally came from www.dltk-kids.com, but I mixed up the food coloring to get some different shades.

    Recipe #115763

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