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Grape Surprise

ages 3-6


Supplies

1/2 cup peanut butter; 1/2 cup nonfat dry milk; 2 Tablespoons of honey; grapes

Activity Detail

1. Mix the peanut butter, dry milk, and honey in a small bowl until a soft dough is formed. 2. Form the dough into 1-inch balls. Flatten the balls into circles about 2 inches in diameter. 3. Have your child place a grape in the center of each circle, and wrap the dough around each grape. 4. Pinch the dough to seal the grape inside. 5. You can eat these treats, or refrigerate them and serve later. This recipe makes 8-10 treats. ** Please note: This recipe calls for peanut butter. Do not make this for a child that has allergies to nuts. There is also honey in this recipe, and it should not be given to children under the age of 2 due to spores that are found naturally in the honey.

Comments

beancuso said:

You could use the dough as an "edible playdough"! Just be sure to remind them the next time they use regular playdough that it is not for eating.

- Posted on Nov 18, 2007



Leanne said:

Wonderful hands on project!

- Posted on Nov 28, 2007



annabell said:

Sounds tasty but not sure if my kids would like it.

- Posted on Nov 30, 2007



gabriel97_joseph said:

good one

- Posted on Dec 13, 2008



gabriel97_joseph said:

good one

- Posted on Dec 13, 2008



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