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    Finger Food & Kid Pleasers

    The title says it all- Ditch the silverware! This is fancier stuff for like brunches and dinner parties; I moved the "kid pleaser" recipes to "Crackers and Snacks".
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    8 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Serve with ham and eggs. Perfect side dish for easter brunch. Simple yet impressive.

    Recipe #164424

    Created for my almost daughter, Hadar, who is the real daughter of my friend Karen and one of my daughter Didi's best friends. Updated 9 April 2010 -- Hadar just got engaged last night, mazal tov! I made these bars for her engagement.

    Recipe #337985

    1 Reviews |  By Tisme

    I saw this being made on a children's programe, and they looked fantastic. I am posting it here to make next time I have any younger ones around. The amount of Ingredients used depend on how many snacks you want to make.

    Recipe #460393

    An idea struck me when it was my son’s lunch box day on Fridays. Jon loves Onigiri, so I decided to make him an Angry Birds Lunch Box! Angry Birds Bento Box for a 16-yr-old boy? Never mind, his mum is a big kid too! Guess what? It was my hubby who was more impressed & “snatched” the lunch box from Jon! Yes, Ken brought these Angry Birds to his office instead!!

    Recipe #461315

    I fell in love with this recpe while in college when I visited Santorini Greece

    Recipe #481409

    The bottom is like a brownie, the top like smooth fudge! OMG! Yum!

    Recipe #234208

    This is my adopted recipe, I haven't made it yet.

    Recipe #7125

    My mom helped me post this recipe. These candies are like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and are fun for kids to make because you don't have to cook them. My mom and I made these together.

    Recipe #21812

    2 Reviews |  By Kendra*

    I got this recipe years ago from my Aunt Norma. It's the one candy my DH asks me to make every Christmas. It makes a kind of crunchy toffee. If you like your toffee chewier, you could cook it for less time.

    Recipe #101269

    from "stephanie cooks" - http://stephaniecooks.blogspot.com/2010/12/cake-batter-bark.html

    Recipe #445163

    The pistachios and dried cranberries give this a kind of subtle red and green look, for a Martha Stewart-y Christmas appeal. The recipe originated with Cafe Momo in Durham NC (go Tarheels!), and the recipe is from Carolina Thyme, the cookbook of the Durham/Orange County Junior League.

    Recipe #108675

    I love to mix sweet and salty and this candy does just that. A treat for all palates from the most sophisticated on down. Found this on the Nestlé web site. 1 hr cooling time.

    Recipe #194953

    Like a Hershey's chocolate almond bar.

    Recipe #274462

    5 Reviews |  By EmJoMay

    I found this on the box of McCormick's Pure Peppermint Extract and decided to try it. I'm usually not a fan of Peppermint Bark because the balance of chocolate and peppermint always seems uneven. That being said, this recipe has a great balance to it and even looks great once finished. My boyfriend loved it so much he pleaded with me not to serve it at our dinner party so he could save it all for himself! ;) My only concern with this recipe is that the bark can get stuck if there are too many wrinkles in the foil. I wonder if this could be fixed with wax paper? Let me know what works for you!

    Recipe #213570

    1 Reviews |  By kda949

    This is a really unique twist on peppermint bark that I made this Christmas and everyone loved. It is so easy too! The recipe comes from Martha Stewart's Everyday Food but I tweaked it a little to suit my tastes and made the prep easier. One thing I did that was not called for, that you can leave out if you choose, is I melted peppermint chocolate chips (they are called "UFOs" from Trader Joes- the best grocery store ever!) and dipped the bottoms in. Next time I will probably just melt them and drizzle over the top.

    Recipe #149450

    This is a copycat of the William Sonoma Bark that costs $22 a lb. I have never tried their version, but when my mom told me she liked it, I went on a search to find the recipe. Make sure to buy white chocolate chips that contain cocoa butter to get a smooth melt- otherwise, you will end up with clumpy chocolate. Use good quality chocolate chips (belgian, semi-sweet, or bittersweet) for the best results.This recipe is so simple and delicious my only hope is that I'm able to save a piece for my mom. Recipe by Rita Nader Heikenfeld.

    Recipe #345124

    Found this recipe while looking for a different one, & thought the lemon & chocolate combo sounded interesting! It's on my to-make list! If you plan on having this bark at room temperature for long periods of time, you should temper the chocolate to make it temperature-stable.

    Recipe #292089

    From the cookbook Chocolate Obsession. OMG What a complex-tasting treat. Total flavor explosion in your mouth!! The best tip from the book for this recipe is to "make sure the seeds and nuts are at room temperature before you sprinkle them on the chocolate, or else they can melt the chocolate and mar the surface."

    Recipe #270236

    This homemade version of the childhood favorite is absolutely incredible. Flaky pastry, strawberry preserves, and powdered sugar—what's not to like? Recipe courtesy of by Gaylie Pirie and John Clark for Bon Appetit. Prep time doesn't include 1 hour of chill time.

    Recipe #421476

    This recipe came in my email from King Arthur Flour. I haven't tried it and I am posting by request. It looks delish!

    Recipe #297282

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