Edible Marshmallow Slime
Slime is a huge trend amongst school-age kids right now. But a lot of the ingredients used in them can be toxic and damaging to little hands!
The solution? Make it safe and edible! Kids play with their food regardless, so you might as well make an activity out of it.
RECIPE BY FORKLY HERE
Easy Apple Donuts
These apple donuts are both delicious and nutritious! Instead of fried dough and icing (which tastes amazing but will result in sticky fingers and a sugar crash), this snack uses fresh apple slices and cream cheese.
So it doesn’t matter if they end up eating this for breakfast, there’s no room for mom guilt here!
Photo Credit: Hello Wonderful
PHOTO AND RECIPE BY HELLO WONDERFUL HERE
DIY Rock Candy
Do you have a budding scientist with a sweet tooth? This is such a fun craft to do!
I know I did this tasty experiment a few times during my childhood and always enjoyed checking on it every day for a couple weeks before enjoying the fruit (candy?) of my labor.
RECIPE BY TIP HERO HERE
Cheerio Self Portraits
To do this food craft, all you’ve got to do is grab a couple boxes of Cheerios (multigrain, honey nut, and chocolate) next time you’re at the grocery store!
And the best part? After the craft is done, you’ve got leftover cereal for breakfast for the next couple weeks!
Photo Credit: The Chaos and the Clutter
PHOTO AND INSTRUCTIONS BY THE CHAOS AND THE CLUTTER HERE