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Old 03-02-2008, 09:07 PM   #11
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Go back & get more chocolate! You need to make these bowls (w the kids) for ice cream etc:

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And baskets:

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Oh boy,
you have me hooked here..I've been looking for a way to entertain the kids..This is perfect...This we will be doing thank you Amy...
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Old 03-02-2008, 09:10 PM   #12
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Oh boy,
you have me hooked here..I've been looking for a way to entertain the kids..This is perfect...This we will be doing thank you Amy...
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Your welcome, Kads. Bet the kids will have fun dunking the balloons. And, no dishes/bowls to wash. Now, where's that recipe for chocolate spoons?

Just one more - chocolate cherry bowls.
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Old 03-02-2008, 09:20 PM   #13
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Your welcome, Kads. Bet the kids will have fun dunking the balloons. And, no dishes/bowls to wash. Now, where's that recipe for chocolate spoons?

Just one more - chocolate cherry bowls.
Chocolate cherry bowl - Recipe - Taste.com.au
Okay,
this one is all MINE Oh my gosh..I want it NOW

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Rum Pie filling, Joy of Cooking, 1953, is wonderful in chocolate cups.
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Old 04-05-2008, 12:35 PM   #15
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I believe in redundancy, excess if best, and, if it's worth doing it's worth over-doing - I would fill with chocolate mousse
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Old 04-05-2008, 07:37 PM   #16
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Rum Pie filling, Joy of Cooking, 1953, is wonderful in chocolate cups.
Thanks Donna, looks like a nice idea. Will look it up and give it a try..
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Old 04-05-2008, 07:39 PM   #17
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I believe in redundancy, excess if best, and, if it's worth doing it's worth over-doing - I would fill with chocolate mousse
Well elf, over doing is no problem for me And chocolate mousse, one of my favorite things to eat...emmmmm

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I used to do a healthy snacks spot at a local day care where I'd take pre-baked cookie cups. We used to fill them with a mixture of yogurt and whipped topping, then let the kids cut various fruits or grate various nuts over their creation. They loved to sprinkle Jello powder over the top of the fruit, but sprinkles and jimmies were always the biggest hit! Don't know how old your kids are, but any pudding/whip combo would be just as yummy!

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I used to do a healthy snacks spot at a local day care where I'd take pre-baked cookie cups. We used to fill them with a mixture of yogurt and whipped topping, then let the kids cut various fruits or grate various nuts over their creation. They loved to sprinkle Jello powder over the top of the fruit, but sprinkles and jimmies were always the biggest hit! Don't know how old your kids are, but any pudding/whip combo would be just as yummy!

Can't get my kids to eat pie filling ...
My grandkids range in age from 7 to just turned 2 all four love pudding and whipped cream, sprinkles, can't keep them in the house, they buzz right through them..The fruit and nuts, will work with them as well..Thanks for the idea.
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