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I LOVE fruit chews but hate all the additives and the expense of them….so when we bought a case of peaches we decided to try Peach leather. What a wonderful, delicious, easy snack!!!
Ever have bunches of fruit and want to make fruit leather? Think you have to use a dehydrator or other special equipment? If you have a blender and an oven you can make this great snack.
What is fruit leather?
Fruit leathers are tasty and chewy dried fruits or also called homemade fruit rolls. Fruits are dried by removing water content through sun drying, or by using dehydrators. Another method is by drying in puree form, which is what I will show you in this recipe.
Plan a Father’s Day Breakfast to let Dad know how special he is!
Breakfast in bed isn’t just for Mother’s Day! Why not let your kids plan and create a special breakfast for Dad this Father’s Day? We’ve got tons of great breakfast ideas to choose from. These recipes are easy for kids to make and will taste great too!Continue reading
Let’s brew up some magic witch potion! You can use anything you have in the frig, I used a can of sprite, Kool Aid mix, bottled water, apple cranberry juice. The trick is disguising these as creepy Halloween concoctions! For the can of sprite: I put it in a black cozy to cover the label & used a sharpie to color the top of the can that still showed. I made a little “goblin spit” label and attached it with scary eye stickers. For the Kool Aid container, I just ripped off the label & used a sharpie to write “Powdered brains”, the same for the bottled water “Bat Venom” & juice “Frankenstein’s Blood”. Tip: any flavor Kool Aid and any type of ‘clear’ pop tastes good together.
Have the kids take turns pouring each one into a pitcher, save the can of pop until last, it’ll create bubbles & a real “witches brew” finish!Continue reading
The zombies are coming to eat our brains… not unless we eat theirs first! Turning regular macaroni and cheese into green zombie brains is very easy and will sure be a fun addition to your Halloween recipe list.
Kids Halloween Recipes:It’s that time of year again, the time for changing leaves, cooler temperatures, fun costumes, and pumpkins! Fall is my favorite time of year, and Halloween is my favorite holiday, so anytime I see a new fall themed recipe I must try it! This Kids Halloween Recipes: Pumpkin Fluff was SO easy to make and it is absolutely delicious. My little girl has been eating it up since I made it. It tastes like pumpkin pie (but it’s much easier to make)
Tulips are my favorite flower, so when I came across this tulip cookie cutter I just had to get it! With Mother’s Day right around the corner, you might be looking for a sweet treat to spoil a mom in your life with. Here is a pretty simple, but pretty way to do so.