Crafts that kids can eat

Thousands of Valley students start spring break next week, and Chef Shayna has a fun way to keep them entertained and away from the TV.
April 11, 2014 12:00:00 AM PDT
Thousands of Valley students start spring break next week, and Chef Shayna has a fun way to keep them entertained and away from the TV.



Easter Egg Popsicle

Ingredients

  • Plastic Eggs (large)
  • 1.5 cups Strawberries
  • 2 Halo Clementines
  • 1. Cup apple Juice
  • 2-3 TB Agave or Sugar
  • 1 Candy bottle (with pointed tip)
  • Funnel

Directions

  1. Wash eggs & dry. Use scissors to poke a hole in the pointed side of the egg (top). Cover any holes in the bottom with a piece of clear tape. Set aside.

  2. Wash & slice strawberries. Add Strawberries, clementine wedges, & Apple Juice until well blended. To prevent the bottle from getting clogged use a cheesecloth to strain the juice. With a funnel, fill the bottle with the liquid combination.

  3. Fill the egg, leaving 1/4 inch gap at the top for the liquid to expand when frozen.

  4. Place in egg crate, standing upright and freeze overnight.

Enjoy!


Garden Pudding Cups

Ingredients

  • Chocolate Pudding Cup
  • 4 Oreo Cookies
  • Strawberries
  • Orange Melting Candy, or White Chocolate.

Directions

  1. Wash strawberries and thoroughly dry.

  2. Melt the candy coating in a shallow bowl and dip strawberries until fully covered. Be careful to leave the stems out. Allow to dry on wax paper. ** It is best to used orange colored coating- you can use white chocolate and dye it but this is extremely tricky to do.

  3. Place Oreo Cookies in a Freezer bag and let the kiddos crush them!

  4. Fill the pudding cup with crushed Oreo and plant the "carrot" into the top.

Enjoy!!


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Keep Cooking!
-Shayna Telesmanic


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