Mar 19th, 2010 - 11:39:35
Easter Projects for Your Kids
By Christine Steendahl
Jan 5, 2009, 00:12
The most fun you can have with your child is creating Jell-O desserts. There is a Jell-O dessert for every event. Children like the color and the jiggle of Jell-O treats. Make it a fun project to construct an Easter Jell-O egg basket. You can make these fun Easter Eggs using cake molds or cookie cutters.
Jell-O Eggs – Make these in Pastel Colors for Easter
*2- 4 oz pkg. unflavored gelatin
*Egg Shaped Cookie Cutter
*Bunny Shaped Cookie Cutter
*8- oz cool whip
*Jello-O in flavors of your choice
1. Dissolve two 4-ounce packages of unflavored gelatin in 1 cup of boiling water.
2. Cool to room temperature,
3. Whip in 8 ounces of Cool Whip and
4. Combine with 6 ounces of flavored Jell-O dissolved in 1 cup boiling water.
5. Pour into lightly greased pan and
6. Refrigerate until firm (about 2 hours).
7. Cut with egg shaped cookie cutter or rabbit cookie cutter
8. Decorate with shredded M&M, skittles and coconut
*Vanilla ice cream
*1 pkg. of coconut
1.Arrange 3 balls of vanilla ice cream on a plate to form a bunny--use size medium scoop for head, larger scoop for body and tiny scoop for the tail.
2.Cover with shredded coconut.
3.Place carrot shavings (large) for ears
4.Jelly beans for eyes and nose, and
5.Use licorice stings for whiskers.
Bunny Face Salad
*1 red Grapes
1. Arrange lettuce on a salad plate
2. Spoon cottage cheese on top of the lettuce
3. Peel and core a pear, cut it in half (or use canned halves).
4. Place one half on top of the cottage cheese for the bunny face.
5. Add pieces of celery for whiskers
6. Raisins for eyes
7. Use grape for the nose.
Cut the remaining pear section in half for the ears.
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