Kids Recipes

Life and eating doesn't get any simpler than some of these recipes.
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CAN'T STOP EATING 'EM BARS
Nicole Riedmann

Ingredients:
1 cup of sugar
1 tsp of vanilla
1 cup of dark corn syrup
1 cup of peanut butter
4 cups of corn flakes
2 cups of puffed cereal
1 cup of salted peanuts
equipment = 1 cup liquid measure
2 - 1 cup dry measure
large bowl
rubber spatula
sauce pan
wooden spoon
jelly roll pan
Combine sugar and syrup in saucepan. Next, heat on medium
heat, just to boiling. Add peanut butter and vanilla,
stir until smooth. Remove from heat and pour over cereal
and nuts. Stir to coat cereal then spread on to jelly
roll pan. Finally cut and serve.


PUPPY CHOW
Jackie Riedmann

Ingredients:
2 cups powdered sugar
1 cup peanut butter
6 ounces butterscotch chips
12 oz. chocolate chips
1/2 cup butter
1 box (12 oz.) Crispix
1 Baggie (large)
Equipment = 1 cup dry measure
1 large bowl
In a large bowl, melt peanut butter, butter, chocolate
chips and butterscotch chips, in microwave for 1 minute or
until completely melted. Add cereal to melted mixture.
Put 1 cup of powdered sugar into the baggie then shake in
1/2 of the cereal mixture. Add the other cup of powdered
sugar and rest of cereal to baggie. Shake until all
cereal is coated. Finally, pour into bowl.


PURPLE COW
Natalie Riedmann

Ingredients:
1 can (6 oz.) frozen grape juice concentrate
1 cup milk
2 cups vanilla ice cream
equipment = a blender
Pour juice concentrate and milk into blender container.
Scoop in 2 cups ice cream. Cover and blend on high speed
for 30 seconds. Makes 3 servings (about 1 cup each).


BUGS ON A LOG
Luke Riedmann

Ingredients:
peanut butter
raisins
celery stalk
equipment = knife
Cut the celery stalk in half. Spread peanut butter on the
celery. Last put the bugs (raisins) on.


FAVORITE CHIP DIP
Amy & Bobby Lackovic

1 brick of cream cheese
a little milk
garlic salt
Mix with beaters to desired consistency. Dip pretzels and
potato chips or just your fingers!


PEANUT BUTTER & JELLY SANDWICH
Brandon Elsasser

Take 2 pieces of bread. Take jelly and Peter Pan peanut
butter. Take 1 spoon and 1 knife. Put peanut butter on one
and then on the other. Then put jelly on one and then the
other. Put them together.


ROOT BEER FLOAT
Brandon Elsasser

Get a big glass. Put in 10 scoops of ice cream. Fill it
with root beer. Stir it till its creamy and eat it up.


CEREAL
Sam Elsasser

Get a bowl and put your favorite cereal of the day in it.
Pour some milk in the bowl. Take a spoon and eat it.


EGGY BREAD
Sam Elsasser
(French Toast)

Mix 2 eggs, some milk and a dash of vanilla. (Beat
together) Dip in bread and cook on a hot skillet. (Let
your Mom do this part.) When it comes to the table spread
butter on it and sprinkle powdered sugar all over it.
Roll it up and eat.


ANDY'S JELLO JIGGLERS
Andy Enholm

4 reg. pkg.(4 serv. size) or 2 large pkg.(8- serv. Size)
Jello gelatin any flavor
2-1/2 cups boiling water or boiling apple juice

Completely dissolve gelatin in boiling water or juice.
Pour into 13x9" pan. Chill until firm. (about 3 hours) To
remove shapes: Dip pan in warm water for approx 15
seconds. Cut into squares or use cookie cutter. Lift
shapes from pan.


MATT'S SOAP BUBBLES
Matt Enholm

1 cup of water
1/2 t. sugar
2 t. liquid detergent
1 t. glycerine
(found in drugstores)

Mix all ingredients and use immediately, but DO NOT DRINK.


CINNAMON/SUGAR TOAST
Erin Stein

1 piece of bread
Put it in the toaster. Put lots of butter on it. Mix
cinnamon and sugar together. Sprinkle it on the toast.
Bon Appetite!


BOLOGNA AND MAYONNAISE
Erin Stein

1 or 2 pieces of bologna (round)
1 tsp. of mayonnaise or Miracle Whip
2 pieces of bread
Eat and enjoy!


MY FAVORITE SNACK
Erica Stein

Take Town House Crackers (they're the best). Have your mom
spread lots of cream cheese on them ---Good!


BANANA SHAKE
Chris Marullo

3/4 cup milk
2 cups vanilla ice cream
1 ripe banana
Pour milk into a blender. Add half of the ice cream and
half of the banana, cut into chunks. Blend till smooth.
Add remaining ice cream and banana and blend until smooth.


STRAWBERRY SUNDAE
Betsy Marullo

Vanilla ice cream
Fresh - picked strawberries
sugar
Go to Grandma's house on the east end of Long Island. Pick
as many strawberries as possible in the fields by her
house. Clean them, drain well, and slice them. Freeze in
quart bags, adding 1/2 cup sugar per quart of
strawberries. Thaw and pour berries and sauce generously
over vanilla ice cream.


C J'S FAVORITE DINNER
CJ Frank Van Moorleghem

This recipe is not recommended for anyone over 2 years old
Instructions:
1. Have mom prepare plate of spaghetti (the more sauce, the better)
2. When mom gives you utensil, throw on the floor (you must not use fork, only hands)
3. Pick up hand full of spaghetti and shove in mouth, making sure half of it falls in your lap.
4. Obviously some sauce and spaghetti will be left on your hands. Your options are:
A. Shake hands, so sauce and spaghetti splatters on floor, walls, table, mom, dad, dog, baby sister, or
anything else in range.
B. Smear on face starting at the mouth area, up towards the cheek, and ending in your hair and rub all over.
(especially fun if you just had a bath)
C. Rub eyes and ears.
D. Try to grab mom's arm and rub! (this one's especially effective if mom is wearing a white blouse).
E. Touch any and every part of high chair; under the tray, your seat, below your seat, behind the chair,
the spindles, anywhere you can possibly reach.
F. If mom is holding baby sister, rub sister's head when mom's not looking.
5. Make sure you play in your plate of spaghetti letting it hang off your plate and the tray.
6. It's important to have a smile on your face at all times, and enjoy this dinner thoroughly.
7. Last but not least, tell mom to take a picture.


EASTER BUNNY SALAD
Johanna Van Moorleghem

1. Put a lettuce leaf on a plate.
2. Put a pear half upside down.
3. Add: 2 cloves for eyes, 2 almond halves for ears.
4. Add: 1 tsp. cottage cheese for a tail.
Enjoy! This is fun for Easter Morning!


ORANGE JUICE YOGURT POPSICLES
Luke Van Moorleghem

2 lb. carton of Dannon Plain Yogurt
1 12 oz. can frozen orange juice (Do Not Dilute)
Mix yogurt and frozen orange juice together until well
blended. Pour into popsicle forms and freeze. These are
fast, easy and delicious. Even children who do not like
yogurt enjoy these. The children can make these easily by
themselves.


FRESH LIMEADE
Johanna Van Moorleghem

1. Cut lime in half.
2. Squeeze out juice.
3. Pour into glass.
4. Add: 1/3 cup water, 1 tsp. sugar
5. Stir; add ice cubes.
Johanna likes to make this in the summer time for her Dad.


CARROT COINS
Johanna Van Moorleghem

1. Fresh raw carrots
2. Wash and scrub with vegetable brush.
3. Slice. Place toothpicks into each slice.
4. Dip into peanut butter!
Johanna likes to make these for lunch. Believe it or not,
they do taste great in peanut butter!


UN-CANDY BARS
Johanna Van Moorleghem

1. Trim crusts from sliced bread. Cut in half. Bake in
350 degree oven for 30 minutes. Let cool.
2. Crumble Crusts into small bowl. Add: 2 Tbl. chopped
nuts.
3. Mix: 1/4 cup peanut butter with peanut oil until thin.
Add 1 tsp. cocoa.
4. Dip bread in peanut butter.
5. Roll in nut mixture.
6. Eat! Serves 6-8. (Use 4-6 slices of bread)


PEANUT BUTTER BALLS
John Van Moorleghem

1. Mix: 1/2 cup peanut butter
2 Tbl. raisins
2 1/2 Tbl. dry milk powder
2 Tbl. honey
1/4 cup coconut(unsweetened)

2. Form into balls.
3. Roll into sesame seeds.
4. Eat! Store in refrigerator in sealed container.
John enjoys making these by himself.


FROZEN TREATS
Daniel Greene

Goody syrup water

Mix Goody syrup with water as directed on bottle. Pour
into ice cube trays or popsicle containers. Put in the
freezer and wait a long, long, long time til frozen.


PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICH
Tricia Greene

Spread peanut butter on one slice of white bread. Draw a
heart with the tip of the knife. No lid is necessary.


THIRST QUENCHER
David Greene

Take one cup and a bottle of Goody pop, any flavor. Pour
the pop into the cup till it overflows. Put in a straw and
enjoy!


MACARONI & CHEESE
Therese Sobczyk

Follow directions on side of box. Remember to drain
macaroni before adding cheese packet, milk, and butter.


STRAWBERRY SANDWICH
Nicole Sobczyk

1. Start with 1 hot dog bun (but any bread will do).
2. Spread generously with cream cheese (make sure you get
both sides).
3. Take fresh strawberries, wash, and slice them.
4. Lay them generously on the cream cheese.
5. Carefully put two halves together.
6. Put it on a plate and enjoy!
7. Don't forget to clean up your mess.


ENGLISH MUFFIN PIZZAS
Billy Sobczyk

Slice one English muffin in half. Spread with tomato sauce
or pizza sauce. Top with pepperoni, or leftover sloppy joe
or taco meat. Sprinkle with shredded cheese and place
under the broiler for 1 or 2 minutes. Be careful, it's very hot!


CRUNCH CAKES
Maggie Sobczyk

1 Nestles Crunch bar
1 can white frosting
1 container Cake-Mate sprinkles
Take your Nestles Crunch bar and spread some white
frosting on it. Then sprinkle some sprinkles on the
frosting. Break it in pieces and then eat it.


LITTLE HAMBURGERS
Mary Sobczyk

Ingredients: 1 box vanilla wafers (bun)
1 pkg. Keebler Grasshopper cookies(hamburger)
1 can white frosting (special sauce)
1 tube Cake Mate red frosting (ketchup)
1 tube Cake Mate yellow frosting (mustard)
coconut (lettuce)
1 egg white
sesame seeds

Place coconut in zip lock bag with a few drops of green food color and shake well.
Lay out vanilla wafers, flat side up. Spread small amount of white frosting and stick Grasshopper cookie on top.
Squeeze blop of red frosting on top of cookie. Sprinkle with coconut. On remaining half of vanilla wafers, squirt
a blop of yellow frosting and squeeze down on coconut. It will ooze out and look like ketchup and mustard. Beat egg
white until frothy and brush on top of vanilla wafer. Sprinkle with sesame seeds while still wet.


LITTLE APPLE PIES
Tim Sobczyk

When Mom makes apple pie, she always lets me have the
extra dough. I flour the board and roll out the dough.
I ask Mom to peel another apple or sometimes there is
leftover filling from something else in the refrigerator.
I cut the dough into squares and put in the apples. Then I
fold the dough around them and put them on a cookie sheet.
Mom sets the timer and sometimes lets me put them in the
oven, but she always takes them out because the cookie
sheet is too hot. My dad loves these! I put them on a
plate at night and he must eat all of them for breakfast,
because when I get up in the morning, the plate is empty.


SPAGEHTTI
Matt Van Moorleghem

Ingredients:
tomadeos
noodles
hamb.
pomoshon chess
How to make:
Put noodles in pot. Put sose in diffrint pot then cook
for 30 min. at 20 degrees. Poor sose on noodles. Then poor
pomashon then eat.


AVOCADO ON TOAST
Emily Panowicz

4 slices toasted Sourdough bread
1 ripe avocado
lemon juice
Johnny's Seasoning Salt
Prepare toast and butter. Mash 1/4 ripe avocado on each
slice of bread. Squeeze lemon juice all over and salt to
taste. This is Very Good and Very Fattening! Serves 4.


FRIED APPLE RINGS
Christina Panowicz

1 cup Biscuit mix
1/2 cup milk
1 egg
2 apples
Mix baking mix, eggs and milk together until smooth.
Grease griddle. Cut apples crosswise into 1/8" slices. Dip
slices into batter and cook on hot griddle until golden
brown. Turn once. Serve hot with syrup, jelly or powdered
sugar.

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