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Topic: Dracula's Dentures - EASY how-to, Halloween Cookies
whoknew? 09/18/2012 11:41 PM
Found this from a link on Dittomom's facebook site:

Here's the first link:

Here's the official Nestle link with the credit going to Lori Fillmore, a winner of last year’s Toll House Spooktacular Baking Activity Contest.
sweetgrandma 09/24/2012 6:52 AM
LOL!!! those are too cute!!!!!!
cakedujour 09/25/2012 9:56 PM
I'm going to do this at my grandson's preschool with about 15 three and four year olds. They will enjoy it I think.
whoknew? 09/25/2012 10:27 PM
Cool! Take pictures.
cakedujour 09/26/2012 9:34 AM
I will. The plan is to go there once a month or so and do something along these lines with the kids. I found some cute turkey cupcakes on Pinterest for November, and of course we'll do gingerbread houses and cookies in December. I have tons of ideas for the whole year and I have a place eager to have me do it. I'm a happy camper!
whoknew? 09/26/2012 10:05 AM
Working with pre-schooler's is the best! I'm getting lonesome for the "good 'ol days" at elementary school where the kids were actually thrilled to have me show up and tell stories and sit in their classrooms and volunteer for different stuff. Now they are "too old" for that "kid stuff". sniff....sniff....pity party.....
cakedujour 09/26/2012 9:30 PM
I miss being a preschool teacher, but I get my kiddie fix watching my grandsons and volunteering at Brendan's preschool. I have years and years of experience to share, and lots of baking to do with them.

Brendan is actually into cooking and baking. He loves it. At three and a half years old one of his favorite shows is Jamie Oliver. He critiques his mother's knife skills (like mine they are almost non-existent) and recently he presented his dad with a plate of play dough "food". Chris asked what he had "cooked" and Brendan answered, "Paella". Twelve years of teaching preschool and no child ever presented me with a plate of pretend paella. He'll be teaching me before he's 10!
whoknew? 09/27/2012 12:02 AM
PAELLA?????? That's hysterical! You can be very proud.
newbakermom 10/01/2012 10:17 PM
I rarely come to the seasonal section, but boy am I happy I did today! Those are just too unbelievably cute! I just might make some for my daughter's school for their Halloween celebration.

Cakedujour, that is too funny!
atomicladie 10/03/2012 1:30 PM
They are really cute, wish I had some little kids to make these for. The three and four year olds will just think they are awesome, I am sure!
BooBear 10/06/2012 7:35 AM
These are adorable!! Instead of slivered almonds what else would you suggest I use?
whoknew? 10/06/2012 8:46 AM
Boo~~You could easily make white fondant fangs.
BooBear 10/06/2012 9:00 AM
Thanks whoknew?!!! I'll definitely try that!
cakedujour 10/06/2012 4:54 PM
Fondant was my plan if allergies were to be an issue, but they aren't, so I will use the almonds.
Spooky_789 10/11/2012 10:59 AM
I've seen similar made using slices of red apple, marshmallows and peanut butter. If you wanted to offer a bit healthier treat to the kids, this is the way to go.
cakedujour 10/11/2012 12:20 PM
I've seen that one too. The cookies will be going home with the children though so their parents can monitor the snack and give it to them after they've had their good food. If they were going to have it at school, for sure I would have used the apples.
Grammyto5 10/11/2012 6:31 PM
cakedujour 10/24/2012 7:47 PM
Today was cookie day. I had another grandma there to help me. It was great fun. The kids had a blast too. They were very proud of their scary cookie creations. I'll be back in the middle of November with something for Thanksgiving. I'm learning toward turkey cupcakes but you never know what else might strike my fancy. :-< (fangs, lol)
bunnywoman 10/27/2012 9:57 PM
So did you make these?

I think they are super cute and easy to make!
otis 10/27/2012 10:58 PM
hahah that was very cute !!! i love it