Treats for the Kids
These just get better and better each time I make them. LOVE! The second time I made them, I left them in a lot longer--at least 15 minutes, and it was wonderful. Depends on the oven. I love the seasoning on the top...much more on mine then on this picture. SO good. Can't wait to serve them for company.
Six Sisters' Stuff: 25 Kid-Friendly Healthy Meals and Snacks
Oreo pops! ( or use Marshmellow or brownies). We’re all about trying to keep things simple but fun and personal. That’s why we love these pops. You can use Oreos, marshmallows or brownies and add some melted chocolate and some pretty sprinkles and you’ve got a quick, fun and pretty treat! You can wrap them in cellophane and tied them up with little Valentine’s or Christmas tags.
Oreo Sprinkle Pops recipe...
peanut butter chocolate crescents. Someone make these for Steve and I.
Crescent rolls, brush with melted butter sprinkle with cinnamon sugar, fill with apple slices and bake.
Pepperoni, string cheese, rolled up in crescent rolls; dip in pizza sauce!
cupcakes in dollar store champagne flutes
1/4 cup sugar and 1/2 teaspoon of food coloring mixed, bake10 mins in oven on 350* to make edible glitter