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  • Xuan Redding

    Cook spaghetti noodles, drain and cool. Fill a gallon Ziplock bag one quarter of the way with water. Add food coloring to the water. Add part of cooked spaghetti and mix around in the ziplock bag until noodles change color. Drain, repeat with other colors. - My kids are gonna eat colored spaghetti!!

  • Kimberly

    Cook spaghetti noodles, drain and cool. Fill a gallon Ziplock bag one quarter of the way with water. Add food coloring to the water. Add part of cooked spaghetti and mix around in the Ziplock bag until noodles change color. Drain, repeat with other colors. Fun for kids! #fun #kid #food #activity

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