My girls have this cookbook
and decided to make this. All by themselves!
Easy to follow, step by step instructions.
My only complaint is there was not an actual picture of what the rolls should look like.
But, this was Number One's finished product, before baking.
Me, being the Super Mom that I am, forgot to get an "after" shot.
I did, however, manage to eat a few!
And just in case you want to let your kids make these.....
The recipe called for a tube of crescent rolls (we used reduced fat)
8 large marshmallows
cinnamon sugar mixture
Separate the crescent rolls
Place a marshmallow in the middle
Sprinkle cinnamon sugar over the marshmallow & inside the crescent roll
Bring the sides of the crescent roll up around the marshmallow, making sure it's completely covered, pinching the sides together.
Place on parchment paper or mat (or spray cookie sheet with non stick spray)
Bake the rolls for abt 10 mins @ 375, until lightly browned and puffed up.
Some of our marshmallow oozed out, so they are kinda sticky and messy. The kids loved them.
They love a crescent roll :P
Cooking is great for kids. It gives them a sense of accomplishment, they have to measure, follow directions, etc. So, get your kiddies in the kitchen! Of course, it would be nice if mine would learn to clean up after they cook!
Do you have any super easy recipes for the kids?
My kids have this Paula Deen's my first cookbook, and a Sandra Lee's children's cookbook.
They are both pretty good.
***I'm also looking for some low carb recipes (for the hubs). If anyone has any good ones to share, I'd love to have them (you could even do a guest post if interested!)- or if you know of a good site, holla at me!