No Cook Cooking

by Wende
(Salem, Oregon, USA)

I am going to be teaching a no cook cooking class, and have some of the basic ideas (ants on a log, pinwheel snails, trail mix etc) but looking for more no cook recipes.

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No Cook Recipes
by: Clarissa the mom chef

"No cook" cooking is a great way for young kids to get started cooking. It's safe and you can be very creative.

Here are a few ideas:

Shape Sandwiches

bread
mayonnaise
lunch meat
American cheese slices

Heart Shape: Spread mayonnaise on one piece of bread. Place lunch meat on top. Take cheese and cut out heart shape. Place cheese on top of meat.

Funny Face: Spread mayonnaise on one piece of bread. Place lunch meat on top. Take cheese and cut out circle shape. Cut stuffed olive in half. Place for eyes. Cut a piece of red bell pepper and place for mouth. Place a baby carrot
for nose.

Celery Race Cars

peanut butter/Cheese Whiz
celery sticks
2 large round crackers
2 small round crackers
4 toothpicks

Spread peanut butter and/or Cheese Whiz in the groove of the piece of celery.Stick the 4 toothpicks through (2 in front and 2 in back) 2 on each side. Put the 2large round crackers on the the back toothpicks and the 2 small round ones on the front.

Now your race car is ready to roll into action! Note: please supervise young children with toothpicks.

MORE EASY NO COOK RECIPES:

Cheesy Pumpkin Patch

No Bake Dessert Recipes

Cheese Ball Recipes

Easy Dip Recipes

Ice Cream Recipes

Peanut Butter Roll Up

Cucumber Turkey Sandwich

Good luck with your class. Please let us know any new recipes you come up with!









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