This Australian favorite is sure to put a smile on any kids face. I used to work at an Australian fairy gift shop, The Iron Fairies, and we would serve this at our in-store events – what a great hit! Kids and adults alike loved this. It’s so simple but yet delicious.
- white bread (or whole wheat – healthier)
- rainbow colored sprinkles
- spread butter on one side of the bread slice
- coat the bread with with sprinkles
- slice it in half diagonally (should make triangle shape)
You can also use cookie cutters (or very skilled hands) to cut out different shapes to fit a theme. Cut it into the shape of a butterfly or if it’s for Christmas, cut out christmas tree shaped ones.
This is a sweet treat for the holidays and sure to add some warmth to the cool winter months.
- candy cane
- Hershey chocolates
- hot chocolate mix
- follow the direction on the hot chocolate mix
- add in marshmallows, Hershey chocolates
- stir with candycane
- top it off with whipped cream and enjoy!
This recipe is super simple to make and utilizes ingredients that are already around the house (accept the pastry sheets)! My son is 19 months old right now and he was able to participate in this activity with me.
- Puff Pastry sheets (can be found in frozen food section of grocery store)
- Applesauce baby food (or any other flavor will do)
- Flour (small amount)
- 1 egg
One pack of uncooked noodles
3 tablespoons of butter
Put on a pot of water to boil. (put salt in water)
Once the water boils put in the noodles.
Once the noodles are tender enough drain them and put in the butter.
Mix it and your done.
hi! you can keep your kids occupied by playing with goop! yeah!!!
grab a bowl for each of your kids
fill it with corn starch about half a cup depending on how big the bowl is
mix in 1/3 cup of water in and presto fun goop!
u can choose to make the good thick or thin
u may also decide to add food coloring for fun
Other questions = if u have trouble mixing the right proportions try and do it again this time use less water……thanks
Submitted By:Â Laurie