Wednesday, February 29, 2012

A Toad-ally Fun Frog Fiesta!

Celebrate this Leap Year Day by making the kids a Frog Quesadilla for lunch or dinner! It's very easy to make!

We melted some cheese and black beans in between 2 spinach tortillas. You can do this in a heated pan or microwave. Make the eyes with sour cream. We used black beans to make the pupils and nose. We cut a tomato for the mouth and tongue. We used a black bean with sour cream wings to make the fly.

This is a fun way to get the kids to eat a spinach tortilla! Happy Leap Year Day!!

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Monday, February 27, 2012

St. Patrick's Day Clover Cut Out Cupcakes

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We came up with these fun St. Patrick's Clover Cut Out Cupcakes last week and they are SO easy to make! 

Just make your favorite chocolate cupcake recipe (we like Pillsbury). Put a few drops of green food coloring into white frosting. We used a cream cheese frosting. When the cupcakes are cooled...cut the tops off with a knife and dust with powder sugar (if you would like)...

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Spread on the frosting. Cut out a clover/shamrock with a cookie cutter in the middle and place on top of the frosting.

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These are so easy to make!

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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Horton Hatches the Egg Pops

We have been making lots of Dr. Seuss goodies around here lately and thought we would share this one with all of you. Horton Hatches the Egg is my 5 year olds favorite Dr. Seuss book. When he was in pre-k last year they had a Dr. Seuss parade and wanted the kids to find things around the house to dress up like their favorite character. He just had to pick a hard one and chose Horton Hatches the Egg. I was hoping he would go with something easy like Cat in the Hat..Thing 1...Thing 2...but we ended up pulling it off. We thought that making Horton pops would be fun and cute to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss on March 2nd!

All we used to make these were marshmallows, chow mein noodles, white cookie frosting, edible marker, chocolate, & lollipop sticks.

There are pretty easy to make. You will need mini marshmallows, large marshmallows, and square marshmallows (the s'mores kind). Make the nest first by melting chocolate and mixing in the noodles. Shape the nest on wax paper and poke the lollipop stick in the middle to make a hole. Let that dry. That is one big nest for the size of a elephant..but who cares it looks cute that way!:)

Draw the face on the large marshmallow with black edible marker. Cut 1 square marshmallow in half and cut around the halves to shape the ears with kitchen scissors. These work out great for cutting...doesn't get all sticky! Take another square marshmallow and cut off a strip from the side to make the trunk. Cut at a angle on the end so you can attach it at a angle. Take 2 marshmallows and attach them with cookie frosting. Make two of them for the legs/feet. Make the details with the marker. Attach everything on with cookie frosting and let dry.

Take out the stick from the nest and flip it over. Poke it back through and press on the marshmallow body and head to secure. Put a little bit of melted chocolate around the bottom of the nest and stick to make sure it does not slide down.

We just love Dr. Seuss books and had a lot of fun making these and the rest of our Dr. Seuss goodies. We hope that you like them too!

Here is my little 5 year old in his Horton Hatches the Egg costume that we made from things that we had at the house. We added the peanuts just for fun!:)

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Friday, February 24, 2012

Fun Finds Friday!

It's time for our Fun Finds Friday! We have found lots of fun stuff for you this week! Make sure to also check out all of the wonderful links that have been shared on our Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday Link Party....

Check out these Leprechaun Hats made from crackers/marshmallows/and candy melts from Party Pinching...I just love her ideas!

These Napkins are a great idea for a Star Wars party from Catch My Party...

Bakerella (the queen of cake pops) made these fun Lorax Cake Pops...

How fun are these Rainbow Cake Pops made by Munchkin Munchies!

I came across this Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Cheesecake today and just had to share from

Check out these fun Shamrock Cookies from Lilaloa...

How about these adorable Cappuccino Pops from Creative Cake Pops...

Here is a really fun Easter Place Setting from Trendy Girls Fashion...

That's all for now...hope you are having a wonderful Friday!

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday Link Party #3

It's time for our Kitchen Fun and Crafty Link Party! We had 237 links from last week for our 3rd party...yay! Thank you for linking up...we love looking through all your creative projects, goodies, and crafts! We loved them all, but picked out a few that really caught our eye to share with you today.

How about these Tiny Treats for a Tea Party from Munchkin Munchies...isn't that adorable! What a cute it!

Here is a great tutorial on making a Reversible Tote Bag from Happy In Red...

This is a fun Fruit Snack Flower from Meaningful Mamma...

These Rolo Peanut Butter Cookies look amazing from Crazy For Crust....

Love this cute little Summer Dress made by Sew and the City...

These Chocolate Pretzels look easy and fun to make for St. Patty's Day from Oh My Creative...

Check out these super cute Lady Bug Oreos made by The Sweet Swiper...

Here is the most viewed and my personal favorite. The Party Animal created the cutest Lucky Charms Cupcakes I have seen AND it comes with a free printable!

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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Fruit Snack!

Here is another really simple and healthy idea for a Dr. Seuss school party or just for a fun after school snack for the kids!

Just slice some strawberries and bananas and pop them on a lollipop stick. Top with the end of a strawberry. How easy is that!

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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Marshmallow Pops

Dr. Seuss is having a birthday on March 2nd so we thought it would be fun to make some Dr. Seuss Hat Pops! We have seen hat pops before made with sprinkles, frosting, color, etc... However, we wanted to make really easy no mess pops by using fruit roll ups. This is seriously the easiest pops you will ever perfect for a preschool or kindergarten party! We made these Patriotic Pops for 4th of July last year the same way and we loved how easy they were to do and how they turned out!

All you need is 3 large marshmallows (we like Jet-Puffed), 1 s'more (flat square) marshmallow, 1 red fruit roll up (walmart brand is good because it's sparkly), white decorating sugar (optinal), and a lollipop stick. Cut the square marshmallow into a circle with kitchen scissors. Dip that into the white sugar to make it sparkly and it covers up the ruff edges. Cut one large marshmallow in half. Put the stick in the square marshmallow first. Put on the marshmallow half. Put on the 2 regular marshmallows and then put on the other marshmallow half on top. It will look like this...

Just take your cherry fruit roll up strips and wrap them around the bottom, middle, and top. It will stick together in the back. Cut off 2 small pieces for the very top and then wrap around. It will look like this...

You can secure with frosting in between the marshmallows, but we didn't and they stayed put! Here is a close up...

Here is my 8 year old with his Dr. Seuss Pop! I found this hat in my house and have no idea where it came from, but it looks pretty cute!

We hope some of you can use this fun idea for your Dr. Seuss class party or just to make with the kids for fun! 

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