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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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    8 Reviews |  By anme

    Easy tie-dyed shirts "recipe" I found in one of my daycare books

    Recipe #194640

    A perfect time to do this project would be while you are dying your Eggs at Easter time!Where does the water go when a plant is watered? With this experiment, children can discover for themselves how essential the functions of roots and stems are to plant growth. As the colored water is absorbed, students will be able to see how the water is absorbed into the plant and the petals of the carnation change color. I got this "recipe" from Steve Spangler.

    Recipe #224656

    I saw this recipe on cooking.com and thought it was so cute. My neighbor often does holiday projects with her grandchild and other small relatives and I get to tag along. Hoping we can do this one. If you have the right cookie cutters, these could work for any holiday.

    Recipe #256540

    This NON-EDIBLE recipe is named after the strange material that falls from the sky in Dr. Seuss' book, Bartholomew and the Oobleck. It's a really fun recipe to be used as a science experiment of sorts with young children. ----Is it a solid? ---- Is it a liquid? **It's a liquid until pressure is applied. Hit it hard and it feels like you are hitting a wall! Touch it gently and the material will flow around your fingers like water! **Have fun using different utensils to play- see what form it takes while using different cups, spoons, bowls, etc. HAPPY PLAYING!

    Recipe #289923

    It's kind of like what nachos would be like if they made them in Candy Land. My son Poe loves it with the spicy Fritos, dark choocolate, and chile flakes, but my daughter MK prefers it as written. I hope you enjoy it however you decide to make it! :D

    Recipe #364138

    Easy and fun to make- you could adapt it for any holiday celebration or maybe use your school's colors. Your dentist will love you for this! The variation using the peppermint Andes baking bits is equally as tasty. Why not make a double batch??

    Recipe #270973

    I got ice cream sandwich moulds for christmas and also lots of recipe books, I used the sandwich moulds with this recipe out of the book and with neopolitan ice cream..so yummy!!!

    Recipe #202357

    You don't need an ice cream freezer to make this, Ice cream vendors in India, have always made this without ice cream freezers. This does have to be made a day ahead. This is really good, and simple to make.

    Recipe #177564

    A weight watchers recipe - 3 nests equals 7 points - may be lower using ground turkey (which I use!). These are a real kid pleaser and make nice leftovers for lunch the next day.

    Recipe #209579

    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!

    Recipe #251755

    No title can do justice to the wonder of this delicious sandwich. I always think of it as panini, though I'm sure that's not technically correct! Anyway, it's grilled with peanut butter and banana and if you're in doubt, try it, you'll never want cold Pb&b again.

    Recipe #284133

    Forget all the sugar in jelly! Change things up with this twist on the classic peanut butter sandwich.

    Recipe #308413

    6 Reviews |  By bsneary

    Tired of the high fat store bought microwave popcorn? Looking for a low fat alternative? With this recipe you control the amount of fat on your popcorn.

    Recipe #287921

    14 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Quick and Easy. Makes one serving so each individual can flavor their popcorn any way they want.

    Recipe #187184

    The name says it all. And the thicker you spread the mixture the more ooey and gooey it gets, which is my own personal preference. This makes for a nice picnic or in my case a potluck in which everyone enjoyed. The spread doesn't have to be eaten all at once, so refrigerate whatever is leftover or want for later on.

    Recipe #321703

    25 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This recipe makes the best bubbles!

    Recipe #54559

    3 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    These kids will love, my DH is a big kid and he ate 4 of them (pig). Change the topping to suit your kids and you will have their new favorite hot dog with a twist.

    Recipe #116528

    26 Reviews |  By winkki

    A fun way to liven up that ever-present kids' food. Great for bad weather days, cranky kids (or moms!), birthday parties, or just because. My daughters think I'm really cool when I make these for them. :o)

    Recipe #78834

    This is a variation of pigs in a blanket with a very obvious japanese twist. If you don't like Chinese hot mustard you can use either Hoisin Sauce or more teriyaki sauce. you can find wonton wrappers at a specialty store, or if your supermarket has a large selectionof asian products you can try there also.

    Recipe #303631

    I found this recipe in the book 'Fast Fixes with Mixes' and thought my son would enjoy this fun spin on the corndog. They are a hit and they will probably be made on a regular basis. For a more grown up version (great for football parties) try adding some canned green chilies, extra hot sauce or cheese. Really forgiving recipe and really easy to make changes. It makes about 18 muffins which seems like a lot but they reheat really well.

    Recipe #308593

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