A little something I put together to get my DM to eat a decent breakfast, she refused to eat cereal out of a bowl or eat fruit but put the lot in a blender (or use stab blender) with milk and it was gobble, gobble, gobble. I mainly use tinned fruit - peaches, fruit salad, pears, apricots, mango or fresh banana or equivelent of canned for fresh.
A great idea to get the kids to drink their milk. So easy and so pretty. A great idea for children's parties. Make sure you only coat the edge/rim of the glass with the sprinkles. I use hundreds and thousands but couldn't list these under ingredients as they were not recognised as an ingredient.
I created this one day when my 4yo was tired of the same old snacks. This was all I had on hand but I was able to put it together and give it a cutesy name so my daughter loved it! This would also make a fun breakfast. You could even substitute raisins for the blueberries. Personally, I am not sure about the blueberry/peanut butter combo but hey, my daughter loves it and that's what counts!
Of all the face paint recipes that I've seen and the one that I tried before this, I like this one the BEST (differnt from the other on Recipezaar). Skeptical at first, but the paint actually dries (may take about 10 minutes or so) and isn't sticky like I would think. My DD has had it on all day and it hasn't rubbed off on any of our furniture, carpet, etc. She loves it! Also, this face paint is thin (not like the other crisco/cold cream recipes) and comes off easily with soap and water.
I am sure that many of you have had different variations of this yummy jello treat before. However, I didn't see the recipe on the site, so I decided to add it, it's one of my favorites! Plus it's gluten free. Cooking time is the time the jello takes to set.
This spray works equally well on monsters and bad dreams. We spray it as part of the nightly bedtime ritual, while DD chants, "Monsters, Monsters, stay away." The lavender scent is calming and everyone knows that monsters and bad dreams hate that smell. This spray saved us from lots of tears and terror at bedtime and in the middle of the night.
This recipe is so simple and versatile. On a picnic we don't worry about dirty hands, we just pull down the foil and eat til it's gone. Using tortillas are a great way to get the kids involved in making their own snacks. My grandkids have put just about everything in them including candy bars, jelly, and as simple as cinnamon, butter and sugar. One of their favorites is cinnamon and marshmallow,