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Snacks : Seasons > Spring

Bird Nests added 3-12-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: 12 oz. package of semi-sweet chocolate chips, 12 oz. jar peanut butter, 9 oz. can of chow mein noodles, bird eggs - malted milk ball candy that looks like colored bird eggs

Melt the chocolate chips in a saucepan over medium heat. When the chips have melted, add the peanut butter and remove from heat. Stir well. Pour in the chow mein noodles. Mix thoroughly. Drop the mixture by spoonfuls onto waxed paper. These will form nests. Put two or three bird egg candies in center of nest. Let the nests harden for about one hour. Makes three to four dozen nests.


Frog Eggs added 3-12-98 Original Author Unknown

Need:
tapioca pudding either instant or the cooking kind
clear plastic cups

Let children help make the pudding. Pour equal amounts in each cup. Follow package directions on how to make it and let it chill. The rice in the pudding are the frog eggs. The children love to pretend they are eating frog eggs. There's always one or two children who think it is gross.


Caterpillar Cookies added 7-23-98 Original Author Unknown

Get a box of sugar cookie mix. To prepare then dough add yellow food coloring to the liquid ingredients. Follow directions on the package for making drop cookies. Using a permanent marker, personalize a section of aluminum foil for each child. To make the cookie, child rolls 4 small balls of dough, arranges dough on his piece of foil, so that they touch. Press 2 miniature chocolate chips in the ball on one end so that they resemble eyes. Place child’s foil on baking pan, and bake as directed. makes about 15 cookies.




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