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Recipes for Kids - Page 1
'Sauce Pops

1/2 cup unsweetened
     pineapple juice
3 medium apples unpeeled
    cored and cut up
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 cup dark raisins
1 tablespoon sugar or to taste
Popsicle sticks

Process apples, juice, cinnamon
and raisins in blender or food
processor until smooth; add
sugar to taste. It will taste less
sweet when frozen. Spoon
into 3-4 ounce paper or plastic
cups or frozen sucker molds.
Place in freezer. When partially
frozen, insert a stick in each cup
and finish freezing.

 

Chilly Fruit Kebabs

What you will need -
a mixture of fruits such as:
Melon chunks (watermelon,
honeydew, canteloupe, etc.),
Apple slices, Grapes, Peach
slices, Oranges slices,
and Strawberries
Cheese chunks
Kebab sticks

Put one of everything on your
stick. Place in fridge for
at least 15 minutes. These
are really "COOL" snacks!

Choco Banana Dips

Bananas - cut in chunks
8 oz chocolate chips
One or more of the following:
colored sugars, cinnamon sugar,
peanut butter, chopped nuts,
coconut, ice cream sprinkles,
crushed cookies

Peel the bananas and slice into
several pieces. Place the
chocolate chips in a microwave
safe bowl and cook on high until
melted - about 1 minute, stirring
every 30 seconds until smooth.
Dip the banana slices in the
chocolate, then roll them in other
ingredients as desired.

 

Apple Nutties

1 Red medium apple; cored & sliced
about 1/3" wide, not skinned!
Peanut butter (creamy works best)
Tiny marshmallows

Spread one side of each apple slice
with peanut butter. Place three or
four tiny marshmallows on top of the
peanut butter on one apple slice. Top
with another apple slice, peanut
butter side down. Squeeze
gently. Eat right away, makes 8-10

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