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  • Angelia Quinn

    Rainbow Painted Toast! The girls are gonna love this! Painted bread (milk and food coloring) then toasted! :)

  • Lynn Davis

    Painted bread (milk and food coloring) then toasted! One of my most FAVORITE activities!!!! :) would use fruit dye instead of chemical for kids

  • Cassandra Gelker

    Painted bread (milk and food coloring) then toasted! One of my most FAVORITE activities!!!! :) Could do french toast like this?

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Painted bread (milk and food coloring) then toasted! One of my most FAVORITE activities!!!! :) I remember doing this at the babysitters when I was a kid! This my friends is why you need milk bread for a snow storm!!!!

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