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    All kinds of things that kids will love- Halloween goodies, silly snacks, and Picky Eater Dishes!!
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    Patriotic cupcakes that can be used for any occasion. You can always substitute your own recipe for white cake and white frosting. In regards to the comment below, I went back to the original recipe to check and it does call for 2 tablespoons of batter per color -- I have never had any problems and I actually get 12 cupcakes out of this recipe. I use scant tablespoons. If anyone is worried, try it with teaspoons instead of tablespoons or even 1 tablespoon of the batters per cupcake.

    Recipe #126930

    Source: Easy Bake Instruction Book dated 1972

    Recipe #147450

    This is a great sweet salad--kids love it!

    Recipe #56706

    These are really close to the real thing. My family was in heaven! They're great for dinner, football parties, or kid's birthday parties. I'm not real fond of White Castle myself but I gobbled these up. Note: To freeze: Assemble hamburgers less the condiments. Flash freeze, wrap in plastic wrap, put in a ziplock bag and label. To heat: Microwave until heated through.

    Recipe #109264

    Mrs. Walker was my Sunday school teacher and we used to do this in the church kitchen, occasionally. This is my first memory of cooking that I cherish to this day. She keeps her age a closely guarded secret but is rumoured to be 115+ years old and perhaps, immortal. She has out lived three husbands and four children. She is still sharp as the Bowie knife she carries in her purse. I don't know why she carries a Bowie knife in her purse- but she always has. I asked her about it years ago and she said, "You would be surprised how often it comes in handy, Honey." I suppose it does, Mrs. Walker. God bless you. BTW- she is thrilled that I want to pass this on to another generation of schoolchildren. She was surprised that I remembered doing this with her over 35 years ago and was touched. When asked how to do it- she rattled off the instructions faster than I could write! I've eaten this bag-n-boil recipe for 40+ years with no toxicity what-so-ever, obviously. If it was toxic... I would be in too poor of health to type. Google the topic for yourself and make your own judgment. The danger is greatly exaggerated.

    Recipe #132052

    My mother made these when I was a kid. It is a quick and simple meal - just add mac and cheese or chips and pork and beans.

    Recipe #131399

    This is one of my children's favorite meals. It has protein, vegetable and starch so I'm happy too. Easy to prepare and can be frozen for make-ahead cooking.

    Recipe #33426

    This is a great way to jazz up fish fingers. Perfect for a weekday, it can be prepared ahead and thrown in the oven when you get home. Served with a green salad, it's delicious, kid friendly too! (My 16 month old daughter gobbled this up) It makes plenty of sauce so if you don't want to use it all for this, the sauce is okay for a few days & goes great warmed & served over chicken schnitzels.

    Recipe #209128

    These are really cute turkeys made out of apples that kids can make for school or just eat as a snack. They also make adorable Thanksgiving Table decorations. They can be made with either Fruit Loops or raisins. Rule: broken Fruit Loops must be eaten. Variations: head can be a cut out that is glued on or a large marshmallow with raisin eyes and a candy corn stuck into it for a beak.

    Recipe #143983

    A super cute alternative to the pig-in-blanket, these easy sandwiches layer ham, cheese and chicken patties inside crescent-roll covers. You can use mustard or ketchup to draw eyes and a mouth on your campers or use make eyes with pickle relish pieces. Your kids will love them!!!!

    Recipe #142817

    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

    Recipe #142818

    These are really cute cupcakes to celebrate Groundhog Day on Feb. 2. The design is from Disney. They are adorable and great for kids to take to school.

    Recipe #111303

    Your kids will fly right home for these delicious after-school nutritious snacks that look like beautiful butterflies. Add a few raisins on each "apple wing" and they transform into butterflies with spotted wings. Spice up the flavor by adding 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon to the peanut butter. From Pillsbury.com

    Recipe #142820

    These are cute little turkeys made out of oreo cookies and candy pieces. They are even easy enough for young children to help make. Gobble! Gobble!

    Recipe #143991

    These cookies are the cutest ones I have ever seen and fun to make. Shaped like miniature hotdogs. 1 hour of prep times is chill time.

    Recipe #16121

    Great for kid's parties or in individual bags for bake sales. Mostly healthy ingredients, but you would never know it!

    Recipe #30329

    6 Reviews |  By Lennie

    A real treat for the kids that looks like you went to a lot of fuss. You didn't. Adults like 'em too.

    Recipe #39342

    Nice on a hot afternoon, and you want something to cool you off. Or just fun to make for the kids. Prep time includes freezing time (and it is an estimate).

    Recipe #40446

    Can't pull a rabbit out of a hat? Don't worry- you won't be needing a magic wand to make these effortless treats appear at your table!

    Recipe #40462

    This is a real Halloween party pleaser for the 6-10 year old crowd.

    Recipe #74300

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