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I want to do Christmas cooking with my class at school, but can’t have recipes that involve heating/melting!

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9 Responses to “I want to do Christmas cooking with my class at school, but can’t have recipes that involve heating/melting!”

  1. awesomekarsen said:

    some sort of holiday pudding

    or you could make sugar cookies at home and bring them into your class and have them decorate them with icing and sprinkles and other stuff

  2. theseeker4 said:

    Hard to cook without heating…..Not sure what you could do.

  3. vinny said:

    Refrigerator Cookies.

  4. Gretch said:

    Making little gingerbread houses out of grahm crackers, frosting and candy is super easy and fun! Just stick 4 crackers together with frosting, and then 2 more crackers to make the roof. Use frosting to stick candy such as smartees, skittles, m&ms, mike and ikes, and even cereal like chex.

  5. drusillaslittleboot said:

    I assume blenders or food processors are okay.

    You could do a no-cook pumpkin pie.
    1 baked pie shell
    1 c. cooked pumpkin
    1 pkg. vanilla instant pudding powder
    3/4 c. milk
    1 c. Cool Whip
    1 tbsp. cinnamon
    1/2 tsp. cloves

    Mix all above ingredient sand pour into pie shell and top with remaining cool Whip. You can also make these in a big square cake pan by lining the cake pan with graham crackers or gingersnaps and pouring the filling over them.

    You could also make cranberry smoothies with yogurt, cranberries, banana, and cranberry juice. Turkey sandwiches, cole slaw or other salads, instant pudding or cold soups like gazpacho are also another idea.

  6. chuck said:

    Here are 2 ideas for no-heating, no-melting treats.

    1. Peanut-butter balls (also known as peanut-butter play-doh):

    1 c. non-fat dry milk
    1/2 c. peanut butter
    1/4 c. honey OR corn syrup
    (1 tsp vanilla is optional if you want to)

    Mix this together, and if it is too sticky, add a couple more spoonfuls of milk and mix in. If it’s too dry, add a couple spoonfuls of honey. You want to be able to shape it without it being so sticky you can’t let go of it.

    Scoop this up with a teaspoon, making balls about 1 1/2″. Roll the balls in candy sprinkles, mini chocolate chips, or coconut.

    2. Stuffed dates. You need:

    The peanut butter play dough from above, and some pitted dates, say about 24 of them.

    Use a butter knife and cut halfway through the date the long way, so you can pry it open and make a pocket.

    Take a ball of the play dough about 3/4″ in diameter, and smoosh it into an oval, sort of fat hotdog shape.

    Stuff this hot dog into the opening you made in the date, to stuff it. Make sure the peanut butter sort of sticks out of the top a bit, because you want to decorate it.

    Finally, press the peanut butter part into a small bowl of colored sugar (red and green for the holidays). Or, you can roll the whole thing, date and all, in coconut.

    If you want to get fancy, put your treats in little paper candy cups.

    I hope these recipes help you.

  7. ♥ Teri ♥ said:

    –Cookies and Cream Pie–

    * 1 1/2 cups milk
    * 1 package (4-serving size) instant vanilla pudding
    * 1 tub (8 ounces) whipped topping, thawed
    * 1 cup coarsely crushed chocolate sandwich cookies
    * One 9-inch graham cracker pie crust

    In a medium bowl, with an electric beater on medium speed, beat together the milk and pudding for 1 minute, until well blended. Let stand for 5 minutes.

    Fold in the whipped topping and crushed cookies; spoon into crust.

    Cover and freeze for about 6 hours, or until firm.

    Slice pie with a knife dipped in warm water. Garnish with whipped cream and cookie crumbs, if desired.

  8. sjv said:

    I’ve decorated cookies or cupcakes with my preschoolers before– they always love it! Provide icing, sprinkles, candies, dried fruit, etc.

    Another fun activity is an individual parfait/trifle. Provide each child with a clear palstic cup and let him layer pudding, your choice of crumbled cake or cookie (graham crackers are good), and cool whip. Garnish with dried fruit or a Marischino cherry if you like. You can also add a bit of raspberry, apricot, or strawberry jelly to this.

  9. Asia Boo said:

    Make a refrigerate homemade cheesecake or jello or a mixed fruit salad.




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