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Kids Frozen Juice Treats

   Enjoy a cool tasty treat this summer such as a kids frozen juice treat from Kids Craft Zone.

Supplies Needed:
Frozen Treat
Juice (apple, pinapple, OJ, Etc)
Tooth picks
Plastic Wrap
Ice Cube Tray

#1: Pour juice into ice cube tray
#2: Cover ice cube tray with plastic wrap
#3: Insert the toothpicks into the center of each ice cube in the tray
#4: Freeze for about 2 hours.
#5: Remove from the freezer and enjoy your healthy snack.

Kids No Bake Rocky Road Bites

   For those of you whose favorite ice cream flavor is Rocky Road, the same heavenly combination comes together in these bite size no bake cookies.

Supplies Needed:
10 ounces wemiseet chocolate chopped
2 tablspoons butter- unsalted
1 ½ cups mini marshamallows
1 ¼ cup walnuts. Toasted and chopped
6 graham cracker squares broken  into ½ inch pieces (about 1 full cup)

#1: line an 8-inch square pan with foil, pressing the foil into the corners
and leaving a 2-inch overhang on two opposite sides.
#2: Melt the chocolate and butter in a large metal or glass bowl set over a
saucepan of barely simmering water; stir constantly. When the chocolate
is almost fully melted, remove the bowl from the heat and stir to
melt the remaining pieces.
#3: Let cool at room temperature for 5 minutes.
#4: Stir in 1 cup of the marshmallows, 1 cup of the walnuts, and all the
graham cracker pieces.
#5: Spread the mixture in the prepared pan. Sprinkle
evenly with the remaining ½ cup of marshmallows and ¼ cup
of walnuts, pressing down lightly so they adhere.
#6: Let stand at room temperature until the chocolate sets, about 2 hours; or refrigerate for
about 1 hour.
#7: Holding on to the foil overhang, lift up the bars and place on a cutting
board. Peel away the foil from the sides of the bars. Using a bench
scraper or a sharp knife, cut into 16 squares, then cut each square in
half to make 32 small bars.
#8: Store, layered between sheets of wax paper, in an airtight container
for up to 1 week; or refrigerate for up to 3 weeks.

Family Cookie Decorating

   Christmas is a special time for treats. Spend time with your kids making these easy and fun to make Christmas stick cookies

Supplies Needed:
Vanilla Icing

Writing Icing


Popsicle Sticks or Lollipop Stick

1 Tube of prepared Sugar Cookies


#1: Prepare the sugar cookies according to the directions on the tube (If you have Christmas cookie cutters use them to create fun cookie shapes)

#2: When you bring them out of the oven immediately place the popsicle stick into the cookie. Allow to cool with the popsicle stick inside.

#3: Once the cookies are cool, it’s time to decorate! Get creative using candies and writing icing. Give your child different colors of vanilla icing to use (add food coloring to the icing)

*Cookie Decorating Ideas:

Draw a green Christmas tree and use small white chocolate chips as the lights.

Draw a star and make it glitter with crystal sprinkles

Make an cookie ornament and place a hook on your cookie out of string licorice


Have a cookie decorating idea would love to hear it. Drop us a line!

Kids Breakfast Treat

   Make breakfast exciting with this fun smiley face breakfast food. Your family will have a blast making and eating their smiely face

Supplies Needed:

English muffin toasted

Cooked Sausage (links work best)

Cooked egg (scrambled eggs work best)

Red Pepper or Green Pepper

#1: Cook all your ingredients including, egg, sausage, pepper. Toast muffin

#2: Cut the sausage links in little bit sized pieces. Give all the times to your child

#3: Have your child make a face. They can use the sausage pieces for the eyes and nose and the pepper for the smiley face

#4: Bake in the over at 350 for about 5 minutes.

Add cheese to the muffin and egg before creating the face for an added treat!

What items do you add to make a delicious smiling breakfast face? Please share your ideas with us!

Pasta Math

   Use pasta to make math problems fun

Supplies Needed:

3- Different Shapes and Sizes of Pasta (dyed different colors)


Markers or Crayons



#1: Glue the 1st type of pasta to the paper (as many noodles as you would like) then draw a plus sign (+) or subtraction sign (-) then place the 2nd type of pasta (as many as you like). Then draw the equal sign (=)

#2: Provide a few of these math problems per sheet then give them to your child and have them use the 3rd type of pasta to glue the answer to the sheet.

*If you have more than one child have them make up the math problems and then exchange sheets!