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    I'm keeping an eye out for recipes that I can do together with my preschooler. Some are edible and some are just for fun!
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    Special cookies to celebrate the wisemen visiting the infant Christ. We save these cookies until AFTER Christmas. Hidden inside each mound of dough is a sweet surprise. Make or decorate them with three different shapes or sprinkle colors to signify Gold, Frankincense & Myrrh.

    Recipe #187097

    It is very safe to say that I am addicted to making fruit cups. We eat them every morning for breakfast, and I am constantly trying new combinations of fruit. This is my latest- my favorite so far.

    Recipe #278998

    I don't remember where I came across this recipe. I'm collecting corn syrup-free recipes (my daughter can't tolerate it) and this is one of the first marshmallow recipes I found.

    Recipe #384069

    Every child and adult in Denmark have fond memories of sitting around the bonfire on June 23rd when we celebrate Midsummer Sankt Hans. Most often we will make 'snobroed' which basically means 'wound bread'. You find sticks (great task for kids) long enough that you can sit at a safe distance and bake the bread over the fire. The bread dough is wound around the stick and will bake in approx 15 min. The key and often competition is who can bake the best bread without it getting burn marks. Hint - the coal and not the flames works best. It takes patience, but is so much fun and the banter will be flying. I have arranged this for friends and our kids during camping trips and it is now a MUST tradition and a great fuss free way of cooking dinner/snacks. See the recipe below for addtional tips on how to cook with hot dogs, ham etc. If camping you can make the dough ahead of time and place in a big zip lock bag, break the dough off directly in the bag and with floured hands roll out and onto the sticks.

    Recipe #427747

    3 Reviews |  By Jen!

    I had a leftover box of instant pistachio pudding mix, and I wanted to bake something. I thought: cookies. The only thing I had handy was pancake mix. Voila! These fluffy, tasty cookies were born.

    Recipe #195469

    3 Reviews |  By 4Susan

    Such fun! Make your own volcano at home, the kids just love the eruption. My boys can never get enough. This isn't food, more of a science experiment & a great way to have fun with the family. One time we did this at a birthday party & let each child make their own. The dirt is optional!

    Recipe #143184

    This very simple yet very tasty and nutritious snack was introduced to me by a friend back in the early 1980s. I have lost track of this friend, but I think of her whenever I prepare this -- and I named it in her honor.

    Recipe #148519

    My kids love uncrustables but I think they are too expensive. So I started making my own. I don't cut the crust off mine but it's the same concept. I make these during my OAMC session.

    Recipe #327017

    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

    For our 5 year olds lunch box for either snack time or lunch for his first year at kindergarten that are reasonably healthy but will bring a smile to his face when he finds them. Kids tire of the same old sandwich, so I came up with this as a new and fun way to make sure he doesn't skip his sandwich! I was surprised at how much lunch meat and cheese I was able to get in the muffin! If you child likes lettuce you could stuff some of that inside as well. You could actually fill the hole with just about any type of sandwich filling. :)

    Recipe #249576

    For our 5 year olds lunch box for either snack time or lunch for his first year at kindergarten that are reasonably healthy but will bring a smile to his face when he finds them. This recipe would also be good for long car trips.

    Recipe #249032

    From Sergei and Valya Boutenko's Eating Without Heating: Favorite Recipes from Teens Who Love Raw Food. They say about it: "You can make nori rolls, cabbage wraps, spread it on crackers, stuff mushrooms, peppers, tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, and more." I have adapted it to fit in my little Oscar food processor.

    Recipe #302765

    Great icing for rolled cookies.

    Recipe #196696

    This is the best recipe in the world!! It is great to have anytime but it also makes great christmas gifts.

    Recipe #9370

    A special salad that my Grandma made for my Mom; it's cute.

    Recipe #468519

    Whoopie Pies are big sandwiched cookie. These are a hit with kids and adults alike. I prefer mine frozen!

    Recipe #47983

    These aren't exactly healthy, but they are much better for you than the butter-laden, fried noodle variety of haystack cookies. From Hungry-Girl. Cook time includes chill time. (1 Stack - 71 calories, 4g fat, 12 carbs, 5g fiber, 2g protein - 1 WW point)

    Recipe #143546

    After sampling one of these little gems at Starbucks, I just had to make some of my own! They are so delicious, can be customized with numerous different flavor combinations, and can be decorated for any occasion. They're a bit of work, but so worth it.

    Recipe #460680

    We are huge cookie fans and possible even bigger cookie dough fans! Realizing it probably wasn't all that great to be allowing my family to devour chunks of cookie dough at a time - I created a SAFE TO EAT raw cookie dough recipe. We keep this in the fridge and grab a hunk whenever we feel the urge - and we also freeze scoops of this stuff to snack on later. Perfect for mixing into ice cream.

    Recipe #108925

    While searching for homemade popsicles for my kids, I came across this recipe on the Kraft website. Please note that servings vary greatly depending on whether you use popsicle molds or you use 3 ounce paper cups. Have fun!!

    Recipe #31082

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