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Kids Baking!
Baking With Kids
Baking with your kids is a terrific way to have fun and create quality time together. Kids enjoy making and working with dough, cutting out shapes, decorating cookies and cakes, and most of all, eating he delicious baking recipes they helped make. Introducing kids to baking is a great way to help them discover how rewarding it is to bake up something special to share with friends and family.
Try These Kid-Friendly Recipes:
> Alligators and Turtles, Oh My!
> Banana Split Pudding
> Cherry Nut Thumbprint Cookies
> Chocolate No Bake Cookies
> Chocolate Scotcheroos
> Crispy Pretzel Bars
> Easy Fruit Pizza
> Easy Popsicles
> Gooey Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars
> Melting Moments
> Oatmeal Hermits
Baking With The Family
Family Baking
Eating fresh, homemade baked foods warm from the oven is something everyone in the family loves.  Making them together as a family is also something we think your family will enjoy.  From creating personalized, homemade pizzas on family pizza night to hot and gooey cinnamon rolls on Sunday morning, find out how much fun you will have creating delicious food and making memories as a family.
Bake Up Memories Together With These Delicious Recipes:
> One-Dish Taco Bake
> Apple Cider Glazed Doughnuts
> Caramel Glazed Apple Pie
> Classic Cinnamon Rolls
> Grilled Pizza
> S’More Pudding
> Sausage and Mushroom Stuffed Pizza Crust
Play Clay
Fun Activities
On a cold or rainy day, you can find fun activities for your kids right in your pantry.  You can use Argo Corn Starch to make Play Clay that will let your kids actually make and then create with their own homemade clay.  Karo® Syrup can be used to make Giant Bubbles and you can use Karo® and Argo® Corn Starch to make watercolors your kids can paint with.  Helping your kids create fun, wholesome activities in the kitchen will be as much fun for you as it is for them.
Mix Up Some Fun With These Creative Recipes:
> Alligators and Turtles, Oh My!
> Giant Bubbles
> Play Clay
> Gobbledygook