Your snowman theme party can include snowman recipes or just some
fun snow recipes. Dress in winter attire, have a picnic in the snow
or next to a fireplace.
Planned Kids Cooking Curriculum
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Snowman Theme Party Centerpiece
Build an easy
snowman or use one of the snowman recipes as your centerpiece.
Snowman Party Recipes
We have some fun recipes for snowballs and snowman
recipes on our cold weather recipes page.
by Leilani (connecticut) from
the classroom of preschool 113
2 full size plain bagels
On the 2 slices of bagels, spread cream cheese evenly.
add 2 raisins for eyes
add 4 raisins for mouth
by Nathasa, (Kansas)
No matter what time of the year it is, this delicious finger food
will satisfy everybody!
Things you will need:
2 1/4 cups of Oreo cookie crumbs
1 cup of finely chopped pecans
3/4 cups of sifted powdered sugar
1/4 cups of light corn syrup
1/4 cup of strawberry preserves
3/4 of sifted powdered sugar
Creating these cute treats:
1. Combine the Oreo crumbs, pecans, and 3/4 cup of powdered sugar in
a large bowls. Also, add the corn syrup and preserves.
2. Stir well till it is well blended.
3. Shape the mixture into 1 in. balls, like snow balls, using an one
level tablespoon of the mixture.
4. Roll each ball in the 3/4 of powdered sugar and roll it again so
it'll be well coated, and for it to look like a snowball!
5. You can put it in a airtight container for 1 week! Enjoy!
This makes around 28 cookies!
Beware: Do not use these in snowball fight.
Recipe submitted by a reader
1 pkg of oreos (16oz)
4 cups processed 1 pkg Philadelphia cream cheese (room temp.)
Melted white chocolate
black decorating gel
orange decorating frosting
parchment covered cookie sheet
Put oreos and cream cheese in food processor, when not quite creamy
roll into 1 inch balls and freeze until cold.
Melt chocolate in a bowl and take out frozen oreo and cream cheese
balls. Put one ball in a time into the chocolate and move around
until completely covered in frosting and take out with fork.
Let excess chocolate drip back into chocolate bowl and put chocolate
covered oreos ball on a parchment covered cookie sheet.
When done with all of the balls, put cookie sheet in the freezer
until cold or frozen. Add a smile to each ball with the black gel
and two dots for eyes with the orange frosting.
by Jill Anton (Toronto Canada)
1 9" soft tortilla
a little butter for frying
lots of icing sugar
pair of scissors
Fold the tortilla in half, and then in half again. Give the child a
clean pair of scissors and have them cut out shapes.....so that when
you open up the tortilla it looks like a snowflake.
Melt some butter in a frying pan and cook the tortilla for a couple
of minutes on each side until it just starts to turn golden. Remove
from pan and put onto a large tray or plate that has liberal amounts
of icing sugar on it.
When the "snowflake" is coated, eat it and enjoy!
** Demonstrate on paper the day beforehand how to make paper
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