Thursday, July 31, 2014

Easy Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Cookies

We came up with these fun & super easy to make Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Cookies today & my boys LOVED these!  They just a few minutes to decorate without having to deal with lots of messy frosting. You can buy a package of the new Fruit by the Foot Flavor Mixers fruit roll ups & they have the perfect Ninja Turtle colors in the box!

Easy Teenage Mutant Nina Turtle Cookies

Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix
Fruit by the Foot Flavor Mixers with blue, purple, red, & orange
Betty Crocker Chocolate Cookie Icing
Wilton Edible Eyes
Green Food Coloring
Chocolate Jimmy Sprinkles

Start out by mixing the sugar cookie mix according to the package directions & add 3 drops of green food coloring. Drop by rounded teaspoons onto a ungreased or lined with a slip mat. Back according to directions.

Attach a piece of the fruit roll ups strips on the top front. Then attach 2 small pieces on the back using your cookie icing. Attach on the edible eyes on top of the fruit roll up strip. Squeeze on icing for the mouth. We used chocolate jimmy sprinkles for the ends of the mouth & cut out a tongue from the fruit roll up strip.

We started out using all red & my boys noticed that the new flavors of fruit roll ups strips had the perfect colors for all of the Ninja Turtles!

You just can't get any easier than that & these would also be very cute for a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Party!

Here are a couple of other fun TNMT creations we created.

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Monday, July 28, 2014

Frog Burger

I was looking back on our old fun food photos tonight & came across this Frog Burger that we created several years ago. We forgot to post this & I remember my boys just loving this fun burger for dinner!  

Frog Burger

1 Burger
1 Slice of Provolone Cheese
1 Pickle
1 Raisin

Make any kind of hamburger & cut a piece of lettuce to fit on top. Cut eyes from a slice of provolone cheese. Cut the tips off of a pickle for the pupils. Place the top bun below the burger. Squeeze on ketchup for the mouth & tongue. We used a raisin for the fly & cheese for the wings.

Here is my oldest (then 7) with his fun Frog Burger!:)

You can check out our other fun Kids Burger ideas HERE!

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Saturday, July 26, 2014

Paint Brush and Hammer Rice Krispies Treats

We made treats today for volunteers at a Community Makeover event that our church here in Atlanta does every year. Hundreds of volunteers get assigned to different locations around our community & they fix up peoples homes, schools, etc... Just helping anyone in need & we think it's wonderful!  We wanted to make something for the kids that are also helping out & thought that these Paint Brushes & Hammer Treats would be super cute!  We did however get assigned at the last minute to a location that involved people in need picking out clothes so the hammers & paint brushes might be a little confusing!ha  That's okay...I am sure they will get the point!:) We came up with the Hammer Treats, but the very talented Kim at The Celebration Shoppe came up with the Rice Krispies Paint Brush idea for the site that we also contribute to.

"No one has ever become poor by giving"
Anne Frank

Hammer Treats

Kellogg's Chocolate pre-made Rice Krispies Treats
Pretzel Sticks (we like Syder's)

Start out by cutting the 2 bottom corners off using a round cookie cutter. Take those cut off pieces & shape to attach on the front & back to look like hammers. Everything will stick. Then press in a pretzel stick on the bottom...SO easy!

Here is a close up...

My boys thought these were awesome & they would also be a great treat to make for Father's Day!

Paint Brush Treats

Kellogg's premade Rice Krispies Treats
3 Cups of Powdered Sugar
1/2 Cup of Butter
2 Tb of Milk
1 tsp of Vanilla
Food Coloring
Popsicle Sticks

Press your sticks in the bottom of the rice krispies treat. Mix your frosting ingredients & separate in to 4 or 5 differed small bowls. Color the frosting & then spread on top.

These are so colorful & cute. Would also be fun for a art party!:)

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Friday, July 25, 2014

Disney Frozen Elsa Pancakes for Breakfast

We created this fun Elsa Pancake Breakfast this morning. My boys helped with making her, but refused to eat her since she's a girl!ha  This is pretty easy to make & I bet your little Frozen fan will love this!

Elsa Pancake Breakfast

Pancake Mix (we like Bisquick)
2 Eggs
1 Marshmallow
Blue/Red Fruit Roll Up
2 Chocolate Chips
Mini Chocolate Chips

Start out by making a large pancake in a pan over low heat. Cut around the edges using kitchen scissors to shape the face. Beat 1 egg & 1 egg white.  Pour in a pan over low heat then flip it over like you are making a omelette. Cut pieces from the round egg to make the hair. Cut off the tips from a marshmallow for the eyes. Line mini chocolate chips above the eyes & for eye brows. Cut out a nose & ear from your pancake scraps. We used a red & blue fruit roll up to decorate....cut out with kitchen scissors.

Here are some of our other Frozen creations...

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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday link party #125

It's time for our Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday link party!  We had such a hard time picking out features this week because everything was so amazing. We always love seeing your creations & thanks so much for sharing them!

Remember to enter our Plum Organics Giveaway going on now...all you have to do is leave a simple comment on THIS post to enter!

Here are some of our favorites from last weeks party...

The most viewed link... Homemade Ice Cream in a Can from Home Cooking Memories...

Lets move on to the Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday Link Party! We would love for you to stop back by next week and you just might be featured!

You can grab our Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday button HERE!

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*Please link back to Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons. Please put a link somewhere on your post or sidebar. You can grab our party button above or a text link is fine if that fits better. You are more likely to get featured this way.

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*Link up any Crafts, Goodies, any DIY Projects, Printables, Recipes, etc... You get the point! Keep it fresh and try not link up the same thing every week.

*Please do not link to giveaways or stores. We love them, but this is not the place for that.

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Thanks a whole bunch and we can not wait to see what you have been up to!

An InLinkz Link-up

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