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Snacks : Food > Chocolate

Mud Cups added 1-17-01 Original Author Unknown

Need: chocolate pudding (made to directions), crushed chocolate cookies (dirt), gummie worms or bugs

Fill small bowl/cup with chock pudding cover with layer of cookie crumbs for
dirt add a worm or two for a great mud pie:)


Chocolate Pizza added 1-17-01 Original Author Unknown

Take a package of crescent rolls, spread out on a cookie sheet, till the whole sheet is covered, then bake following the directions of the package. Let cool, then have the children help you, make the chocolate pizza. Cover the bottom with cream cheese, marshmallow cream spreading both all over the pizza, then put on topping, chocolate chips, peanuts, coconut, sprinkles, any topping your children will like, then you can pour chocolate syrup over the top...so sweet so chocolate. Then eat!


Chocolate Bars added 1-17-01 Original Author Unknown

Need: 1 cup packed br. sugar, 2 sticks of butter, pinch of salt, 1 egg yolk, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 1 cup flour, 1 cup nutmeats.  

Mix and pour into 9 x l3 inch buttered pan. Bake for 25 mins at 350.  Remove from
oven and sprinkle with 1 cup chocolate chips. When softened, spread.  Cut and eat.


S'mores added 1-17-01 Original Author Unknown

Take two graham crackers. Melt a large marshmallow and add one square of a candy bar. Melt for several seconds in the microwave.


Chocolate Snake added 1-17-01 Original Author Unknown
(serves several)

Need: 1/2 C. Peanut butter, 1/2 C. Dry milk, 1/2 C. Honey, 1 T. cocoa, 1/2 t. vanilla, 1/2 C. Chopped nuts, 1/2 C. Raisins, 2 T. coconut

1. Combine peanut butter and dry milk until blended
2. Stir in, one at a time, honey, cocoa, vanilla, nuts, raisins, and coconut
3. Place mixture on wax paper and roll into a thick snake shape
4. Wrap in wax paper and chill
5. To serve, either have children pull off pieces, or cut into slices


Chocolate Flavored Bowl added 2-05-02 Original Author Unknown

Need: chocolate chips, small balloon, bowl, freezer, Wax paper

IMPORTANT! Adult Supervised Activity!!
Melt chocolate chips (or other chocolate pieces) in the microwave. While the chocolate is melting, blow up a small balloon and tie the end. Rinse the balloon and dry. When the chocolate is completely melted, stick the bottom of the balloon (tie side
up) into the chocolate. Put the chocolate covered balloon in the freezer on wax paper. When frozen, pop the balloon and remove it from the chocolate. Presto! A
chocolate bowl. Just add ice cream or anything else.


Individual Chocolate Pudding in a Bag added 2-05-02
Original Author Unknown

Give children small ziplock bags in which you have put one-eighth cup instant
chocolate pudding and one fourth cup milk. Be sure the bags are securely closed. Have the children gently knead the mixture until the pudding forms. Snip off a small piece of one of the bottom corners. Encourage the children to squeeze the pudding into their mouths from the bag.


Chocolate Pictures added 2-05-02 Original Author Unknown

Melt some chocolate, and add a little water to stop it hardening so fast, then spread over baking parchment. The children can then draw in the chocolate mixture, and create artwork, which when dry, can be peeled off, and eaten!








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