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post #16 of 22
Hi!
I teach Home Ec class (after school enrichment course) at my daughters school.
My questions for you are:
how much time do you have?
daily, weekly??
what's your budget?
and will you have help.
In my class we do cake deco, cupcake deco, jello fun,we make breakfast, and main course dinners.
Unfortunately we don't have use of a kitchen so we can't bake.
I have lots of ideas I can share with you if ou are interested just PM me
By the way...... my vote is BOX it's easier
****Michelle****

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****Michelle****

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post #17 of 22
Re: Morning Glory Muffins. The neat thing about this type is you can add or delete ingredients and they are still good. Here's a link that has LOTS of muffins, including about 3 different Morning Glory Muffins. I make these for my DH to carry to work for breakfast and I use whatever I have on hand to add fiber and vitamins, like apple, carrots, drained pineapple, raisins, oats, etc.

I've finally learned the trick to muffins is to mix the dry ingredients in one bowl and the wet in another (add the sugar or honey, etc to the wet); making sure you have equal parts of dry and wet, then just fold the wet into the dry just enough for it to be moist.

Good luck!! I think you're going to have fun with this!!

http://www.bbonline.com/recipe/muffins.html
post #18 of 22
Keep on cakin'!
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Keep on cakin'!
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post #19 of 22
How bout the kids making jello pudding pops.... Easy and safe here is the link to Krafts instructions.

http://www.kraftfoods.com/kf/FoodandFamily/Summer_2006/puddingpops

Here is a site that a 9 yr old made for kids recipes ... It is very cute and inspiring... Very cute must see...

http://www.angelfire.com/ab/NeedARecipeCallMom/kidspage.html

Here is a great better homes site for cooking with kids...
Very interesting ! thumbs_up.gif

http://www.bhg.com/bhg/category.jhtml?catref=C436


Hope some of these help!
Candle maker to cake decorator to floral designer... Just can't decide what I love doing most so why not do it all!! http://www.freewebs.com/delks_designs
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Candle maker to cake decorator to floral designer... Just can't decide what I love doing most so why not do it all!! http://www.freewebs.com/delks_designs
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post #20 of 22
Thread Starter 
OH boy, more good ideas! Thanks for all the help. I'm sure we won't have time to make all these suggestions, but I'm going to make a cookbook for each child of all these recipes. I think the kids are going to have a great time, and I will too!
post #21 of 22
You seem to have lots of great ideas (a few I may just use myself) but could not resist adding the suggestion of burritos - I worked with kids and they used to love making them - someone could cook the ground beef (ususally using a package) someone else would grate the cheese and they it was also a good way to sneek in some vegatable with lettuce and tomatoe.
post #22 of 22
My kids love to cook. And now they love to decorate cakes. They are constantly begging me for icing so they can have at it!!! I think it's great!
Everyone deserves to have their cake and eat it too!!!!!
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Everyone deserves to have their cake and eat it too!!!!!
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