Thursday, April 24, 2014

Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday link party #112


It's time for our Kitchen Fun & Crafty Friday link party & we can not wait to see what you have been up to this past week! Sorry I am putting this up a bit early tonight. Feeling pretty bad & going to bed very early tonight to get rid of this junk...ugh! This is not the time to get sick, but I guess there is never really a good time for that!

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
















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!

Here are just a few things to follow...

*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.

*We would also LOVE for you to follow our blog on RSS Feed ,  Facebook, and/or Email Subscription (located on the top right). This way you can be updated on our parties AND you will get to see lots of fun food!

*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.

*Please visit some other links and try to comment on them...everyone LOVES comments!

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Mr. & Mrs. Cadbury Egg Head Pops


My boys have a ton of Easter candy & every year we love to come up with new ideas using their left over candy. We created these Mr. & Mrs. Cadbury Egg Head Pops to look like potato heads using Cadbury Eggs & candy we had on hand...my boys thought these were the most awesome treats ever!  We had so much fun making these & I adore them as well. In fact...I am keeping my boys from eating them just so I can look at them for a few days. They just put a big smile of my face...and my boys!:)

Mr. & Mrs. Cadbury Egg Head Pops

Cadbury Eggs
White & Chocolate Candy Coating (we like Candiquik)
Edible Eyes
Assorted Candy 
Lollipop Sticks

Start out by lining up the candies that you will use. We used red chocolate covered sunflower seeds for the noses. You can buy candy lips, mustaches, & teeth. We cut black jelly beans in half for hats on the Mr. We also used black jelly beans for the feet. We used red jelly beans for the Mrs.  We also used white candy strips we found at Michael's & rolled it up for the hat. 

Melt the white & chocolate candy coating according to directions on the package.  Poke a hole in the bottom of the Cadbury eggs using a sharp knife. Then dip the lollipop stick in the chocolate. Press the stick through to the top. Let them set. We piped on white chocolate onto wax paper to make the arms. Then let them dry. We attached them on the sides by dipping the ends in chocolate & resting them on lids for some height...let dry. We did the same to attach the jelly beans for feet. We attached on face features using the chocolate. We cut the tip of the egg off of the top using a sharp knife & then added the hats.


Here is a close up of Mrs. Cadbury Egg Head...


Here is a close up of Mr. Cadbury Egg Head....


Let the kids get creative with candy you have on hand & they can make their very own Mr. & Mrs. Egg Head Pops!


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Monday, April 21, 2014

Easy Earth Day Cupcakes


We created these Earth Day Cupcakes tonight & they are SO easy to make!  Great for the kids to make themselves & also for a quick treat for class parties at school.

Easy Earth Day Cupcakes

Cake Mix
Frosting
Sweet Works Green Gumballs 
Blue Edible Marker
Red Heart Sprinkles

Start out by making your cupcakes according to package directions. Cool & frost.  Color the green gum ball with the blue edible marker to make the water. The kids will love doing this part. Place the gum ball (earth) on top in the middle. Add the heart sprinkles around the edges....that's it!

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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Sheep Fruit Snack


We came up with this fun Sheep Fruit Snack today & this is going down as one of our favorite silly snacks we have ever created. My boys thought this was so cute & this takes just minutes to make!  Also a great way to get the kids to eat something healthy for a afternoon snack.

Sheep Fruit Snack

1 Banana
Black Grapes
Green Grapes
1 Mini Marshmallow
1 Raisin


Start out by cutting a hand full of dark & green grapes in half using a knife...


Cut the banana into thing slices....


Place the green grapes on the bottom to look like grass. Then arrange the banana slices in a circle on top for the sheep.  Add the black grape halves in the middle for the face & add 2 grape halves to the bottom for feet. We cut a mini marshmallow in half for the eyes & cut a raisin in half for the pupils. We also used 2 white sprinkles for the nose.

Here is a close up...


Such a easy a fun snack that the kids will love!!

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Friday, April 18, 2014

Good Friday Easter Breakfast


Today we made this breakfast to celebrate Good Friday. This is so easy to make & also a great breakfast to make the kids on Easter morning. My 3 year old helped make this & we had a great time talking about Jesus & all that he has done for us.  Feeling so thankful & blessed.  

Isaiah 53:5 But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.

Good Friday Easter Breakfast

Pancake Mix
2 Eggs
2 Pieces of Turkey Bacon

Start out by making 3 pancakes in a pan on low heat. Then cut around the edges to look like mountains using kitchen scissors.  Beat 2 eggs in a bowl & pour in the pan like you are making a omelette.  Place the eggs on a work surface & cut the edges using your kitchen scissors.  We also cut crosses from 2 pieces of turkey bacon. Make the bacon in the microwave..it's easier to work with.

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