This is a little twist on breakfast to keep things fun and interesting with the kiddos. Peel the banana and completely cover with a thick coat of peanut butter. Then roll in rice krispies. Then you can cut it into sushi size rolls. Breakfast Sushi! Enjoy.
I love recipes like this because these are easy and safe enough that the kids can even do it themselves.
Easy to prepare, no bake time and only three ingredients! The kids will enjoy crushing the candy canes in a gallon size baggie. We love making this with any remaining candy canes from our tree before we take it down! We get the traditional peppermint candy canes…but this might be good with other flavors as well.
1 package white chocolate chips
¼ teaspoon peppermint extract (optional)
6 candy canes (slightly crushed)
microwave the chocolate chips in a glass bowl until just about melted (about 1 ½ minutes) stir with spoon until silky. Add crushed candy cane and peppermint extract! Spread on cookie sheet lined with wax paper and let harden (about 15 minutes in freezer) then break apart and eat. These freeze well.
Rolo Pretzel Delights!
These are easy and always a hit with both big and little kids! if you like the turtle chocolates, you will love these! There are only three ingredients, and the kids will love putting the pecan on top!
Lay the pretzels out on a cookie sheet and top each with a Rolo candy. Put in oven for 3 to 5 minutes. Take out and lay a pecan on top of Rolo and press down. That’s it!
These guys are extra cute and extra easy! No cook time and three ingredients! Let the kiddos help out with this one, they will be so proud of their finished snowman! Great treats to take to the school holiday party! Found this on Sandy Duffy’s Pinterest site under Holiday foods! There is also a reindeer version using chocolate donuts, gumdrops and pretzels!
Mini Powdered donuts
Mini chocolate chips
Simply lay donuts on serving platter and place the candy corn bottom side down into the hole then make eyes and mouth with chocolate chips by pressing slightly into donut!
Fast, Easy and Yummy Holiday Treats the Kids will Love to Eat and Help Prepare!
Submitted by Shari Jacobs