So the culinary efforts were dialed down for a bit - but now that he's back I'm starting to think of some new tastes I'd like to try out for his verdict.
One thing we did do recently that was novel and would be appreciated by my 4-year-old...Easter eggs!
|Hot liquid, then dye added.|
I also waited until my toddler's naptime. Aw, snap! Oh, no, she didn't.
You bet I did. My toddler's at that delightful age when she requires constant, constant supervision, so any project involving breakable foodstuffs, hot liquid, and vegetable dye...well, 'nuff said.
|You might want to get a|
cup of coffee to sip
while the eggs are hot tubbin'.
Then, we added 1/2 c. very warm water each to three glasses, and poured in the itty bitty pots of vegetable dye.
5 of the 6 colors on the chart required the eggs to soak anywhere from 10 to 20 minutes, so I cuddled up to a cup of coffee while we waited.
I hope that you agree the wait was entirely worthwhile. :)
|I love the mellow, rich, and earthy palette!|
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