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>I am looking for some food-art projects for kids to do at the Family Day
>event at my museum.
If you can get a copy of "Cooking Art" at your library, it is full of
non-cook projects. Try the Gryphon House website for "free activities"
from Cooking Art ... Not sure what they have on their site at this time,
but here's the URL:
Following is one of the activities Gryphon House has for free access
(there area bout ten others) from Cooking Art:
This one is a non-bake or cook dough
for making logs for building a "log house"
or other free sculpture ---
Little Log Buildings
1/3 cup peanut butter
3 tablespoons honey
1/2 cup crushed corn flakes
1/2 cup quick oatmeal
1/4 cup dry milk
measuring cups and spoons
1. Place the peanut butter and honey in a mixing bowl and mix well with
the wooden spoon.
2. Add the corn flakes, oatmeal and milk to the peanut butter mixture and
3. Pinch off a small amount of the dough mixture.
4. Roll the small amount of dough into 2"-long X 1/2"-wide logs.
5. Place the sprinkles on the baking sheet.
6. Roll the logs in sprinkles.
7. Stack the logs on a plate on top of one another in a building
8. Serve the building as a yummy dessert.
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