My kids love to have their friends over and make this great holiday snack. We even doubled it and sold it at school for the Science Camp fund raiser bake sale. Needless to say, sold out! COOKS NOTE: Great to package and give out as Christmas gifts.
NOTE: this is an adopted recipe and I give full credit to the previous Zaar owner for it's success, I hope it is a recipe that will raise lots of cash for good causes on bake sale tables, everywhere it is made :)
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Turn an ordinary banana into a cute caterpillar that the kids will eat up as an after school snack, a bedtime treat or as an accompaniment to a sandwich at lunch. By the Editors of Easy Home Cooking Magazine.
A fun punch for your alcohol-free Halloween party....or add some vodka for the adult party!! The recipe also calls for 2 disposable rubber or latex gloves but I couldn't get that past the Zaar recipe editor. Chicago Sun-Times recipe. Please remember people...this is a Halloween recipe and gross is 'cool' on Halloween!
This make about 12 cups of a blue kid friendly slimy drink, which makes it perfect for a children's Halloween party or any children's party --- you might want to give this a try using different flavors of gelatin powder :)
I found this recipe on one of my favorite food blogs. I thought it was an easy (and healthy!) way to make cherry tomatoes so cute they don't get traded for cheezy poufs at lunchtime. A mom can dream, right? This recipe is written to go into a lunchbox with several other things, which is why it is for so little food, but you could certainly make a dozen or more of these for an appetizer tray.
Little chefs can help transform sausages and breadstick dough into bugs almost too cute to eat! Dot the backs of these cute bugs with ketchup and mustard and mustard dots for eyes! Your kids will love these. From Pillsbury.com