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Snacks : Medieval

Dragon Foot Prints added 9-14-00 Original Author Unknown

Cut sandwiches out in Dragon feet shapes.


Sweet Damsels in Distress added 9-14-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: 12 scoops strawberry ice cream, 12 paper cup cake liners, 12 sugar ice cream cones, icing food coloring, tuile and lace strips, assorted sweets 

Directions: Place one scoop of ice cream into each patty cake liner. Decorate with cones as hats. Use icing to attach lace and tulle to cone hats. Create damsel's face with icing tinted desired colors. Return damsels to freezer until ready to serve. Makes 12.


Cookies added 9-14-00 Original Author Unknown 

In the medieval times, food was presented in a decorative fashion. Using the slice and bake sugar cookies, have the children decorate their cookie by using either milk and food coloring or water and food coloring. I usually use a Q-tip to do this. Bake as directed.


Dragon Fire Salad added 9-14-00 Original Author Unknown  

Encourage the children to grate carrots and mix them with a few raisins to make a snack.


 

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