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    The newest in fried foods. For very sweet treats use sweetened Kool-aid. (up to 1/2 c) for less sweet use the unsweetened (1/4 c)

    Recipe #459270

    Found this fun kids idea in the April 2006 Parents magazine. See my Fooled Ya Hot Dog recipe and serve them both together! Great April Fools joke to play on someone!

    Recipe #159047

    7 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    April Fool the kids and have a good laugh yourself!!!

    Recipe #159950

    34 Reviews |  By 4Susan

    Really! You CAN grow donuts!! This recipe was sent home by my son's K teacher. All my kids loved it! *The Kindy kids colored a picture of doughnuts growing on a tree - the teacher then made a little seed package by stapling the coloring to another paper; she then put some cereal inside (aka Doughnut Seeds) - so cute!

    Recipe #189254

    I received these at my 2005 Christmas Bake exchange. They add some bright colour to any holiday platter.

    Recipe #201123

    3 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Something fun for the kids!

    Recipe #16784

    8 Reviews |  By Mirj

    My kids love to make these cookies, and they make wonderful gifts! A great cookie for vegans or people who are lactose-intolerant.

    Recipe #15969

    I received this recipe from a Cookcrossing journal where friends fill in their favourite recipes into a book. This one sounded like a ton of fun!

    Recipe #194216

    I remember buying these at bake sales on Saturday mornings with my mom. I just came across this recipe in a local cookbook and want to preserve until I can make them. Cooking time does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #215252

    This taffy has a satisfying tang that hits the tongue just before the sweetness.

    Recipe #162589

    How about an old fashioned taffy pull?Fun for kids and adults too.

    Recipe #16744

    1 Reviews |  By Dawn

    When was the last time you had a taffy apple? Tis the season....

    Recipe #15469

    An old childhood favorite during the holidays. My sister and I loved pulling this candy.

    Recipe #15305

    3 Reviews |  By Mirj

    A great project to do with the kids.

    Recipe #16525

    With this quick and easy finger paint your child can finger paint for just pennies. It's perfect for using on paper or in the bathtub. The dish soap makes this finger paint wash out of anything my girls have painted with it. Keeps for at least a week in airtight containers. A fun painting option is to cover a tray or cookie sheet with waxed paper and have your child spoon paint over it in different colors. Cover with another sheet of waxed paper. Your child can press down on the colors and watch them blend and move.

    Recipe #176355

    This one is for the kids or the young at heart. It's not really meant to be eaten. More like something fun for Halloween or just to hear the kids yell "Ewww, GROSS!" You could use it for your Halloween haunted house etc. Just blindfold someone and let them feel this. (Makes good "eyeballs") Posted as a request.

    Recipe #204868

    KIDS LOVE THESE!!! So much cheaper and easier than the kind you buy at the store.

    Recipe #66418

    This is a cheap and fun project to do with kids. They love it.

    Recipe #120043

    I made this often as a preschool teacher and now make it regularly with my own children. Smells great and you can vary the colours depending on which flavour kool-aid you choose. My little girls current favourite is grape as it makes "purple playdough!" At Christmas we make it red or green and add peppermint extract and glitter! Orange at Halloween and we even found some Halloween coloured glitter.Pick up some seasonal cookie cutters from the dollar store and your all set. Lots of possibilities and FUN!

    Recipe #87651

    Play clay that's smooth, silky and feels really good in your hands! Easy to work with. Dries hard overnight to a pearly porcelain like finish that has a soft shimmer! Great for making gifts! Roll out and use cookie cutters (use a straw to poke a hole in the top) to make Christmas ornaments!

    Recipe #43548

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