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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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    A light breakfast or nutritious snack! I like a crunchy, tart apple, like Granny Smith.

    Recipe #190858

    2 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    This recipe is for a treat to make for your kids or with your kids. It is super simple and a great way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day together. Have it ready for them while you make dinner or make it as lunch or a snack on the green day. Sure to please and maybe get them to eat the pepper. This recipe came from Family Fun. Enjoy. ChefDLH.

    Recipe #359347

    26 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    We made these last night for a quick snack and they were great. Loved the tartness of the apple with the crunch of the granola Cereal. The amounts of all the ingredients can be adjusted for personal preference.

    Recipe #220520

    25 Reviews |  By Roosie

    When I was little, I always wanted some coffee because my parents were always drinking it... but it tasted gross (I like it now though, haha). I think this would be great to serve your kids with dessert while the grown-ups enjoy their coffee. This is a great and very healthful drink for kids or grown-ups to enjoy. It sounds a little odd, but it actually tastes very good and can act as a good alternative to coffee for adults (who don't want the caffeine) or kids (who don't like coffee!) Molasses is a good source of Vitamin B6 and Selenium, and a very good source of Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Copper and Manganese. I make mine with blackstrap, but you can use the lighter variety if you (or your kids) prefer. I got this idea/recipe from a peculiar cookbook from the 70s for sugar-free (and artifical sweetener-free) diets called "The Ecological Eclair."

    Recipe #104302

    Okay, this is a much-beloved SECRET PARK RANGER RECIPE that I've used for years, impressing campers at my park as well as family and friends. This version (below) is the one I use most often but I have also offered alternatives, in the directions section of this recipe for all tastes, kids and adults alike. For this unique recipe, you will need either a charcoal grill or a small campfire. You will also need a campfire pie or sandwich baker, (also called pie irons), which you can easily find at Wal-mart in their outdoor section, or, at any outdoor supply store. They come in both square (sandwich) and round (pie) versions -- you can use either one with equal success. These babies are so delicious, fast, and easy that they're certain to become a family favorite at home or on camping trips which your kids will surely pass down to their own kids some day. The recipe screams out for substitutions and variations so have a lot of fun with this one!

    Recipe #244982

    Fun Spring Treats! Kids love them. Use a 6 or 12 cup muffin tin depending on desired size of nests. We made only 6 nest with this recipe so we could overlap the top and give an "edge" for our bird to sit on. You could serve these right away or wrap them in a pretty cellophane bag and give them as a gift.

    Recipe #280662

    A Mexican/American Tradition around Easter and carnival. These pretty confetti eggs really make any party fun for kids and adults alike! You will need a large bowl for catching the raw eggs; you can save these and use them for cooking, and a clean, sharp knife. Prep time depends on your technique.

    Recipe #153466

    Don't buy the tablets, use whats in your pantry! Glitter and tie-dyed eggs too! Use in recipe #153466 to make Cascarones. Cook time is drying time. Safe and natural for those of you who eat them easter morning!

    Recipe #160383

    45 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I used to make this for my daughters when they were little. It's non-toxic and the gunk washes out easily. Adults have just as much fun, if not more.

    Recipe #14788

    No baking necessary and always a big hit!! My niece made these last year for the holidays and I thought they were adorable. We don't like red hots, so I use mini M&M's. This also allows you to use various colors for the eyes and nose.

    Recipe #103175

    Build an Oreo turkey with Oreos, candy and frosting. This would be a fun activity for (school-age) kids at a Thanksgiving gathering to put these together. They can display them at their dinner place and eat them for dessert....if they can wait that long. The recipe I am listing will be to make one dozen turkeys.

    Recipe #142998

    Another one of my no-flame-required, kid-friendly recipes. I remember making these in my after school program in grade school and loving them. They are a great wholesome activity for kids parties...just make sure an adult slices the apples. My favorite Apples to use are Pink Lady because the tart flavor is a nice compliment to the Peanut Butter. For a healthier variation, use cubed Slightly Green Bananas instead of Marshmallows...ripe bananas may be mushy. If you are worried about Peanut Butter allergies, substitute Cashew Nut butter as it is far less common to be allergic to.

    Recipe #244212

    47 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is an excellent treat for the kids; sure to bring a smile to their faces!

    Recipe #17865

    From a kid's cooking website. I remember my friend's mom making these for us.

    Recipe #379491

    I got this recipe from FamilyFun magazine and have used it on numerous craft products. The texture is so smooth, totally non-toxic, and not sticky like other papier mache recipes.

    Recipe #38097

    These were our favourite after-school treat in the 1960's - lovingly made by our grandma. Just three simple ingredients and hardly any preparation. Not only do these luscious treats look like beehives - you'd swear they had honey in them. After keeping for a while they might weep a little sticky liquid through the bottom - but don't worry, this makes them taste even yummier.

    Recipe #113994

    Serve "dinner" for dessert!

    Recipe #162751

    I get really frustrated with Jello that doesn't set-up. I have made these "fool-proof" jigglers a million times for my kids. It's the only recipe I've used that's firm enough to cut out with cutters. Very easy for kids to make, too.

    Recipe #111982

    I made these one weekend for a bunch of kids including our grandbabies. They all had a BLAST! We used bubble wands from some store bought bubbles. When the bottles ran out of the small amount of $1 solution we refilled them with this homemade solution that cost less than $1 for a whole gallon!

    Recipe #362312

    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

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