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    1 Reviews |  By sams1

    A really cool salad I made as a kid. Really easy and a great way to make salad fun! Recipe comes from "step by step easy cooking for boys and girls" - my first cook book!

    Recipe #188315

    An easier gingerbread house for toddlers to make! You'll need a 'Ziploc''-type plastic bag and a pair of scissors for this recipe.

    Recipe #402209

    These are so cute and so yummy. Perfect for a birthday party.

    Recipe #287038

    My kids loves the icing on these cupcakes.

    Recipe #246266

    These are sunny, bright and FULL of amazing lemony flavor! Are are 100% vegan! From: Veganomicon, The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook. This recipe uses rice milk for the cakes and soy milk for the frosting. I have made them using soy milk in BOTH, and they turned out just fine!

    Recipe #287118

    6 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Fabulous Italian hot chocolate! A life of piety and chastity has to call for something sensual occasionally. Yes, you can enjoy the seductive chocolate flavor and thick creaminess of this Italian hot chocolate without fearing the loss of other worldly pleasures, but this confection is sure to elicit a moan from all who partake. Drinking any of the great Italian-style hot chocolates is almost a religious experience. Over and over again, people who taste this drink for the first time say, "Oh, my God." Is that enough encouragement to give this one a try? Don't overlook the importance of the orange zest or the arrowroot. The oil from the zest gives the chocolate a fresh kick, and the arrowroot thickens the mixture. Servings: Serves 2 in cappuccino cups or 4 in espresso cups.

    Recipe #314372

    I found this recipe on Allrecipes. It is so delicious! Perhaps not for those on a low-fat diet, but all in all, pretty good for you. Moist, chocolate-y and so good. My husband hates zucchini, but he will eat these. Prep time does not include shredding zucchini. At the advice of a reviewer, I am posting this note. If you find that the cocoa will clump if you mix it with the vanilla and zucchini, you can add it instead with the flour and other dry ingredients. Enjoy!

    Recipe #95476

    This recipe is from the May issue of Family Fun magazine. My kids loved this delicious sweet treat and request it all the time now!

    Recipe #121031

    5 Reviews |  By Lois M

    My aunt used to make these when I was a kid, then I started making them for my kids, and now my DD makes them, they are very rich, you just want to eat a small slice at a time. Cook time shown is actually chill time.

    Recipe #111594

    I got this recipe out of a cookbook for kids. My mama who is Chef Kaykwilts says it is a good for you treat.

    Recipe #102632

    What a simple fun way to use blue jello and gummy fish!

    Recipe #106834

    My kids have just as much fun making these as they do eating them. They are a fun item to take as an appetizer to a holiday party.

    Recipe #48067

    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

    Fun to make and eat! A great protein-filled nutritious snack for kids. Easy to make; fun for the kids to help. My 5 y/o loves them. This recipe is courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens "Kids Snacks" cookbook, 1985. ***Do not feed honey to anyone under the age of 1 years old, due to the possibility of an allergic reaction.

    Recipe #129812

    2 Reviews |  By froglet

    I mixed a few ideas to makhttp://www.recipezaar.com/members/subm/editr2.php?sid=4664933e these cupcakes, and they went down a storm at the Findon Sheep fair in Sussex, UK. You could use what ever chocolate you can find for the head, ears and legs. I thought that they looked pretty cute with just the eyes, but you could add a red icing smile or tongue, and nostrils. You can also use a little tubes of writing icing for the white and black of the eyes.

    Recipe #325213

    1 Reviews |  By glitter

    One word: Delicious! When we were kids, Grandma called these Torn Pants! We couldn't wait for them to be done and would be waiting at the stove for them. Our faces were white with powdered sugar....Those were the days and they can be again!

    Recipe #87632

    This is something I've wanted to try for a long time and finally got the opportunity. It's from a little booklet of recipes I got ages ago - Breads, Breads and more Breads, copyright 1983 by the Pillsbury Company. The marshmallows melt during baking, which leaves a hollow center coated with cinnamon. One change I would do is to make more of the sugar-cinnamon filling mix. I ended up doing that while making these. Prep time is approximate and does not include rising times. The filling can spill out during the baking, so be aware of that. Maybe put a cookie sheet underneath to catch the spills. They were fun to make and I'll certainly make them again.

    Recipe #79024

    A great "gourmet" twist to your average s'mores!!!

    Recipe #304658

    Recipe #60235

    A treat for the kid in everyone, this delicious dessert is a take on the classic orange and cream ice cream bar. It's a breeze to prepare, as marshmallows are the base of the dish. This is a recipe from a cookbook that I just bought called "Betty Crocker Country Favorites." The cooking time listed is for the refrigeration time.

    Recipe #325148

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