A friend of ours wanted to see if we could make a peanut butter pound cake. This is posted in response to her request. :) Found on another site and then had several peanut butter loving friends try it out. :)
OK-So this isn't exactly a food recipe but it uses food stuff and it looks pretty cool too! Fun for kids to make.Plus you can point out that oil is lighter than vinegar...a little Science never hurt anyone!
This recipe has been an Easter tradition in my family for many years. I received this from my mom. She can not remember where she got it. I always double the receipe. One batch is not enough for my family. If you like dark chocolate, this works well with semi-sweet and dark chocolate.
My son and I share this for lunch twice a week. I'm so glad to get him to eat meat that is good for him instead of mystery-meat chicken bits! This would probably work well toasting in the oven, but with an infant and a toddler, I don't have the time for that!
I was looking for something different to serve for a canteen. I came across this recipe in an old magazine. It was so easy and all the young children were so impressed!! Both young and old loved them.
The recipe calls for 100's and 1000's but I was unable to list them in ingredients, so I just stated sprinkles instead.
I got this recipe out of this month's simple and delicious and will be making it soon for the kids. You can use any vegetables you want and get set for the kids to get excited to eat their veggies.
You can also use veggie dip for them to dip the vegetables in.
Other veggies you can use, mini carrots, broccoli, grape tomatoes