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Saw this recipe when it turned up in the food.com newsletter as a fun summer activity for kids. We used Q-tips instead of brushes and had lots of fun making tie-and-dye toast and rainbow toast. And actually we even managed to paint both sides of the bread slice before toasting it.

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kRiti2404 August 05, 2014

What a creative idea! A great way to get the children involed. Makes me wonder how this would come out with french toast or grilled cheese?

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Rita~ July 22, 2007

We had so much fun with painted toast this morning! Considering my boys are 4 1/2 and 2 1/2, I just used three colors (red, yellow, blue) and monitored the 'paint' usage. After they were toasted I spritzed them with butter spray and sprinkled on a little vanilla sugar to make them sparkle. The kids loved this, and it made breakfast a really fun project. FYI, don't let the kiddos paint BOTH sides of the bread. LOL. Thanks for sharing!

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eknecht April 23, 2007

So creative! I sent this to my mom, she runs a daycare and is always looking for ideas for creative food! I will definately remember this for when I have kids of my own! Thanks!

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Faux Domesticity March 17, 2007
Painted Toast