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Need Help W/ Holiday Recipe For Preschool

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I need help finding easy holiday recipes for my 4 year old to use for preschool class. His class likes to cook but I need to send in a gluten free AND dairy free recipe. I would like it to be something cute, easy, and edible that will not take much time since it is a class of 4 year olds with their teacher.

Any ideas would be welcome.

Thank you!

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Hmmm...so many things to chose from...

gluten-free crackers and peanut butter.

Apples or applesauce with chopped nuts and cinnamon.

Tapioca pudding (made with water, juice or rice/soy milk), then add fruit/berries.

Blend peanut butter with applesauce to form like a pudding, then add cinnamon/carob/cocoa/etc.

Popcorn balls - held together with peanut butter and carob or cocoa.

These things can be made without sugar too, and nobody will miss it either :)


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I need help finding easy holiday recipes for my 4 year old to use for preschool class. His class likes to cook but I need to send in a gluten free AND dairy free recipe. I would like it to be something cute, easy, and edible that will not take much time since it is a class of 4 year olds with their teacher.

Any ideas would be welcome.

Thank you!

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How about some rice krispie treats made with Erewhon rice cereal? We use the one with the raspberries and blueberries in the cereal.

Mix a package of Kraft marshmellows with three TBSPs of Smart Balance instead of butter over low heat or heat in the microwave. Mix in 6 cups of the cereal and when coated, press the mixture into a 13x9 pan coated with olive oil. I also put melted chocolate chips over the top which my daughter can handle. She loves them.

We took them to a Christmas party this weekend so she could have something to eat and a ton of people asked for the recipe. They were surprised they were so simple. The fruit makes them taste a bit different, but good.

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How about some rice krispie treats made with Erewhon rice cereal? We use the one with the raspberries and blueberries in the cereal.

Mix a package of Kraft marshmellows with three TBSPs of Smart Balance instead of butter over low heat or heat in the microwave. Mix in 6 cups of the cereal and when coated, press the mixture into a 13x9 pan coated with olive oil.

You can also use fruity pebbles for this. Cheaper. Pretty. But lots of sugar!


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