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Old 10-27-2010, 03:17 PM - Thread Starter
 
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i need this for a newsletter that goes out today and knew this was the best place to come for timely, wonderful info, however all info now or later i think would be appreciated by all.

i did grapes last year with holes at the end, stuffed with yogurt or crm cz with a craisin on the end. looks like an eyeball peeled grapes are even better, but who has the time for that!

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Slime Soup

Essentially pea soup with fresh or frozen peas and chicken stock, pureed.

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kind of ot, but you might want to include a note to list ingredients when they bring it to class. I used to have a tough time navigating trying to figure out if 'slime soup' was vegetarian or not.

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Last year for my daughters preschool I made bone looking breadsticks - they were a hit with salt sprinkled on!
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Martha has a recipe for bone shaped meringues - they look pretty cool and are good for wheat/dairy/nut allergies too!
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We're serving fruit kabobs by threading bite-sized fruit onto wooden skewers and then poking them into a pumpkin like its hair. We'll make a face out of fruit pieces. I've done it before and it is pretty fun, and 100% healthy.

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You could also do the slime soup with veg stock. I usually have 'chicken' stock cubes which are actually veg.

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