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Make your own silly putty

Make your own silly putty

THIS recipe, however, is MUCH easier on the carpet - and the furniture, and the bedding ... and best of all, is something you can do with your kids.
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Make your own milk paint.

Make your own milk paint.

This recipe isn't exactly meant to be served as an appetizer, but if your child DOES decide to taste it, at least you won't have to call poison control.
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All-natural DIY face paint

All-natural DIY face paint

If you're in need of face paint for an event, but you're worried, and who isn't these days, about hypo-allergenic issues with children's super-sensitive skin, here's a recipe you can make yourself.
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Angel Hair Pasta with Meat Sauce

Angel Hair Pasta with Meat Sauce

An easy, quick meal for hectic nights. Especially good for those nights when you didn't think ahead for meatballs.
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Wok Star Eleanor Hoh’s Pineapple Stir Fried Rice

Wok Star Eleanor Hoh’s Pineapple Stir Fried Rice

Eleanor Hoh is a wonderful cook, and a wonderful teacher, who's generously offered this recipe to Inkless Tales parents to enjoy with their kids. Try it: it's FABULOUS. You'll find more links at the bottom of this post for further exploration, too, and DO. You'll be delighted you did.
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Send us YOUR recipes…

What works for YOU What do YOUR kids eat We want to know. Share your best ideas with other InklessTales parents.
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Toothpick Chicken

Again: A scheme to get kids to eat that's all about "presentation." If you can find cool toothpicks, or fun swizzle sticks to use instead of forks, it makes eating fun.
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Vanilla Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Vanilla Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Goodness, this stuff is good. And, although you don't want to eat the whole thing yourself, it's pretty wholesome, as long as you remember "moderation."
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Fancy Hot Dogs with Veggies Sneaked In.

Fancy Hot Dogs with Veggies Sneaked In.

Note: If you're making this for a younger child -- like a toddler -- make sure you slice the hot dog into small enough pieces to avoid choking.
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The Crunch Bunch

The Crunch Bunch

Top with child s favorite topping. The most fun is to have it in a bowl and let your child prepare it himself or herself then he or she really feels like a cook.
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