Thursday, August 25, 2011

Pinkie-Pie-A-Licious Candy Sprinkle Flower Candy: A Snack for Writers (the 4-year-old kind)

Pinkie-Pie-A-Licious Candy Sprinkle Flower Candy:
A recipe created for you, by Annelie Hopkins
(age 4)

Annelie: They are really yummy. You should taste them. You should also make them. And be sure to wash your hands after they are gone.

  • a whole bunch of Honey Nut Cheerios.
  • some pink. (ie natural pink food dye - colored with beets, not Red #40)
  • candy. (ie white melting chocolate)
  • sprinkles.
  1. Melt the candy.
  2. Add pink coloring.
  3. Stir.
  4. Add Cheerios.
  5. Stir.
  6. Spoon onto wax paper-lined tray.
  7. Add sprinkles.
  8. Put in fridge to cool.

You can lick your fingers but don't let Mom see

And that is all!

(In case you're wondering, these taste just as toxic as they look. Blech. But Annelie loves them)

A bonus:
Free fiction for all of you to enjoy - A story called THE FAIRIES

Happy Thursday, folks!



w said...

lovely. i want to feed my girls this toxic mix as i'm sure they will love it, too.

also. natural? pink dye? do tell...

SewSweetStitches said...

SO adorable! She'll be the next Martha Stewart for sure

Unknown said...

Winn - go looking for food coloring using beets instead of red #40!

Kelly Polark said...

That does look yummy! Is it too sweet??
Love the story too!

DancingMooney said...

What a treat! ;)

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