|First Food Made Fun|
|by Miriam Stoppard|
Preparing nutritious, varied and appealing dishes that satisfy every member of the family is a daunting task.
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Wash, rinse and ... add milk. Sprinkle pudding over milk and ... Note: This may be made ahead and frozen, which will keep it safe longer for outdoor picnics.
Put cookies in ... Set aside. Blend pudding with milk. Add ... sure it ends with Oreos on top of container. To decorate, add flowers to suit the season.
Crush cookies in ... mixer mix together pudding, milk and ... flower or two. Refrigerate overnight. Serve with a shovel or spade. Kids really love this!
Blend butter, cream ... blend milk and pudding. Add the ... each, ending with crushed cookies on top. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate several hours.
Cream together cream ... milk and instant pudding for 2 minutes ... of pot or sand pail (can line ... loving care. Just eat my dirt until my pot is bare."
Grind the Oreos ... aside. Make the pudding according to the ... Chill. When ready to serve, add the flowers (optional) and gummy worms. Serve and have fun!
Mix Cool Whip, ... cream cheese; mix pudding mixture separately and ... on the top. Plant with artificial flowers and gummy worms. Serve with sand shovel.
Crumble vanilla wafers ... blend well the pudding and milk. Fold ... Whip. In a sand bucket put 1/2 ... mixture. Serve with a sand shovel. Kids love it.
Using soapy water, wash sand buckets and shovels, ... add milk. Sprinkle pudding over milk and ... frozen, which will keep it safe longer for outdoor picnics.
Crumble cookies into ... large bowl, mix pudding and milk until ... sides of the sand bucket. Alternate layers ... chill for 2 hours. Great For A Picnic!
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