A Primer on Peepshi (marshmallow peep sushi) Traditions: 1. There is no wasabi. Same goes for ginger. Peeps are sassy enough on their own. (We tried smashing up a green Peep for a wasabi-esque condiment, but decided against this.) 2. Do not eat an entire Peeps roll. Unless it's a challenge. (Honor must be kept at all costs.)
another good Dr. Seuss snack, his birthday is March 2nd
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss' Birthday & Reach Across America day -- this would make a fun craft to celebrate and/or to use a family reading night!
Glow in the dark cupcake frosting using tonic water and jello.... MIND BLOWN,, after reading this im trying these for halloween this year
DIY "Magic Slushies" without the kit from TV. No crushed ice, just salt, Kool-Aid, and one minute of time -- I just did this because Grant has been begging for the magic slushie thing. I had snack size bags and sandwich bags, but it still worked. I'm going to try again with gallon sized bags. I used apple cherry juice for the slushie. diy snack to go, food, crush ice, drink, diy kids snacks, diy magic, recip, magic slushies, salts
DIY "Magic Slushies" without the kit from TV. No crushed ice, just salt, Kool-Aid, and one minute of time. May have just found the best pin ever (at least in my kids eyes) if this works!
Lip Gloss made with Crystal Light and takes less than 1 minute to make. Perfect color and tastes great!
Snowman made from a baby food jar. The top jar is filled with marshmallows. The middle jar is filled with hot chocolate mix. The bottom jar is filled with mints. How cute is this for Christmas? baby food jars, christmas time, marshmallow, gift ideas, mint, baby foods, snowman, hot chocolate mix, christmas gifts
Snowman made from a baby food jar. The top jar is filled with marshmallows. The middle jar is filled with hot chocolate mix. The bottom jar is filled with mints
This looks like so much fun: Kids will stare wide-eyed as they watch clear water or soda transform into a vibrant color? must be magic! What you'll need: Plastic party cups, food coloring, ice, and any clear drink (I used Sprite, Fresca and Ginger Ale). Place 2 to 3 drops of food coloring at the bottom of each party cup and let dry. Just before serving the drinks, fill each cup with ice to hide the food coloring. While each child watches, pour the drink over the ice, and the clear wate...
Junk food art competition
peanut butter & jelly sushi - how cute. Will have this for Abby when she's old enough. :)