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Elf Donuts from Cheerios

Paint the Cheerios with some honey, than drop in a brown paper bag with powdered sugar. For chocolate donuts simply place one mini chocolate chip upside down in the Cheerios and warm in the microwave for 2 seconds. Then sprinkle on the small decorations.

 

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Sunday Morning Pancake Bunny Tushies

Source: thechickncoop.blogspot.com

We have seen quite a lot of bunny tushies flying around the web these last few days, and we think they are just adorable. Of course, some of the projects we’ve seen are way beyond our area of expertise so we decided to simplify the idea of a bunny tushie into an easy and fun to make, pancake breakfast.
We used our homemade pancake recipe to make these pancakes.
We poured a regular sized scoop of batter to form just an ordinary pancake. Then we poured a small amount of batter to make two smaller, more oval shaped pancakes for the feet.
Simple, right?
To dress up our pancakes we added a slice of a strawberry to each foot. Then we added 3 egg shaped sprinkles to complete the “pads” on the bunny feet. You could also use chocolate chips for the pads of the feet.
We gave it a spritz of whip cream to make the tail, and we were finished!
So quick, easy, and super cute! Perfect for our skill level!!
Hope you are having a beautiful Sunday!

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FUN Christmas Dessert

Got a sweet tooth? No problem. FamilyFun has you covered with this collection of delectable desserts!

 

Source: familyfun.go.com

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Frosty the Bagel

Brrr-ing an open-faced bagel to life with veggie earmuffs and a colorful smile.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ingredients
  • mini bagel
  • cream cheese
  • 1 baby carrot
  • sliced black olives
  • sliced red pepper
  • celery
  • broccoli
 Instructions
  1. Spread half a mini bagel with cream cheese, then add a baby carrot nose, sliced black olive eyes, and a sliced red pepper mouth.
  2. For the earmuffs, simply curve a thinly sliced piece of celery along the top of the bagel as shown and hold it in place with a broccoli floret at each end.

Source:  familyfun.go.com 

Photograph by Ed Judice From FamilyFun Magazine

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