It is hard coming up with something for a classroom treat for holidays or for a child’s party. My son, Spencer loves taking something for his friends at school.
This treat isn’t healthy but it is easy to make and your kids will love it!
First you will need a glue gun, glue sticks (both I purchased at the dollar store.), mini Hershey chocolate bars, Tootsie rolls, chocolate coins and juice boxes.
You can also change it up. If you want instead of Tootsie Rolls, try a chocolate that is small like one to use for the front fender. You can choose a different small chocolate bar too. The sky is the limit on how you design yours. Choose a juice box that is your child’s favourite.
I found mints in a wrapper didn’t give the same effect as a chocolate coin did for the wheel look. And the Hershey chocolate bar did look like it was a wing with the side flaps of the package.
Figure out how many cars that you wish to make and decide on the amount of items you need. For one car you need one Hershey chocolate bar, one Tootsie roll , four chocolate coins and one juice box.
Just put a dab of glue on each coin and apply it to the juice box sides. Then put glue on the Tootsie roll and place it where the front of the car is located. Lastly put glue on the bottom of the Hershey chocolate bar and place it on the top back area of the race car.
It is that simple. And your kids will love the race cars for themselves and their friends!
Let me know if you make this for your child’s class or birthday parties in the comments below. I love hearing about how the kids enjoyed them.
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The Christmas Season is HERE.
We all have our favourite Christmas movies but here is my list of 5 must see movies for you and your family.
The fifth on my list is ELF that is with Will Ferrell. This movie is full of laughs and that warm fuzzy feeling you want from a Christmas movie.
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The holiday season is upon us and it is a great time to do some random acts of kindness. (I do it all year long but I know that the holidays helps us to think about others.)
It brightens someone’s day when we do small acts of kindness and even brightens your own day by doing it.
If someone does a random act of kindness to you, remember to always pay it forward!
Here is a list of 25 Random Acts of Kindness for the Holidays that you can do.
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5 Desert Recipes for the Holiday Season
Mini Rolo Cookies – These are a favourite in my house. When you bite into the cookie, it has a caramel centre that is great. I like to heat them up for a few seconds in the microwave if they aren’t fresh.
Caramel Magic Cookie Bars – These look like heaven in a pan. Recipe from Love from the Oven.
Andres Mint Grinch Cookies – These would be perfect to make to have to eat while you are watching How The Grinch Stole Christmas with the kids! Recipe from Six Sister’s Stuff
Homemade Popcorn Balls – A simple desert that goes well with hot chocolate. Also make these and put them in a cute dish and give it to a neighbour for gift. Recipe from MyRecipes.com
Peanut Butter Balls – These peanut butter balls are vegan and gluten-free. If you have a special gluten-free diet. This is for you. Recipe from Oh She Glows!
Check out these fellow Five on Friday Bloggers for some interesting topics:
- Just Another Edmonton Mommy ~ Local to Edmonton, this mom is blogging about a little bit of everything. Things to do with the family, a simple DIY, or life as a family of 5.
- If you’re interested in making life simpler, and also honesty from a nerdy mom of three check out Shawna from Simple on Purpose.
- For five funny things that will make you feel better about your own parenting skills, check out Jac and Juli at TwoFunMoms
- Eclectic Soapbox ~ My blog is basically all things interesting to me. Variety keeps it interesting.
- Project Junkie
- Louise, of Surrey, B.C., shares about the reality of family life with some very energetic kids at Talk Nerdy To Me
- For tips on green living on a sensible budget with a smattering of parenting, ranting and raving, check out Juicy Green Mom!
Both my children don’t have unique names but yet it is really hard to find items with their names. (Hayley & Spencer)
For some reason Hayley is never spelled correctly and Spencer is never there. I would have thought their names would be easy to find.
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Walmart has more Pre-Black Friday Sales happening right now Online.
Go through Ebate first CLICK HERE to get 4.0% cash back and then go through the search area to Walmart.ca
Here are today’s listed deals:
The Little Tikes Cook’n Store™ Kitchen Play Set
Crosley Executive Portable USB Turntable
Fisher-Price 4-in-1 Rock ‘n Glide Soother
Trainor Sport 13′ Trampoline and Enclosure Combo with Flash Zone
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Who doesn’t love cheesecake? It is a big hit with any occasion!
Instead of searching the web for some great cheesecake recipes, just bookmark this page and have it ready for when you need it.
Here are 5 Great Cheesecake Recipes for the Holidays!
What is your favourite cheese cake recipe? Comment below or comment if you tried one of these recipes.