Edible Jewelry

Edible Jewelry created by gailanng

I came up with this idea as an activity for a toddler's birthday party. It is a great activity for a rainy day, or prior to a long trip, for a wearable, less-mess snack.

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ingredients

  • 3 ounces shoestring licorice (red &, black)
  • 1 cup checkerboard pretzel
  • 1 cup Fruit Loops cereal
  • 2 cups assorted varieties Cheerios toasted oat cereal
  • 1 cup gummy Lifesavers candy, use your imagination

directions

  • Use the licorice as your"string" and thread the other ingredients onto it.
  • Use various lengths to create necklaces, bracelets,& rings.
  • Wear your creations with pride, then eat them when the mood strikes.
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"I came up with this idea as an activity for a toddler's birthday party. It is a great activity for a rainy day, or prior to a long trip, for a wearable, less-mess snack."

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  1. gailanng
    The grandkids' inheritence; the family jewels.
  2. gailanng
    Edible Jewelry Created by gailanng
  3. Srb719
    What an awesome idea! I haven't created them yet, but plan on doing so for the family's summer road trip. Thanks for the idea!
  4. windywood
    Such a clever idea. I'm going to rework it for adults for my Halloween bunco party! Thanks for the inspiration.
  5. Little Old Me
    We love these! We always used just fruit loops and licorice, I never thought to expand on that. Thanks for the great idea!
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