Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Edible Flowers Rebus Recipe

(Once again the image is upload blurry though the original is a good quality. Any suggestions?)
A quick post to share this week's rebus recipe.  They got very excited when I pulled out this recipe to read with them.  "Just like the pizza!"  "Look, Ms. Amber, we have to wash our hands first just like with the pizza recipe."  "The ingredients we need are crackers, grapes, what's that pink stuff?"  "My mom said I can't use a knife."  :-)  Just a few of the comments. 

 I'm going to be on a look out for a stand to put our recipe up in front of the children.  Or perhaps I'll explore with putting them inside page protectors and in a binder.  Think that we could turn the binder "inside out" to create it's own stand?  Hmmmm.  One of the things that I like about laminating though is that sealed sheets are easier to sanitize.  And on that note...please remember that when cooking with children to be sure are using appropriate sanitizing processes.  :-)   
 Feel free to download the edible flowers rebus recipe for your own personal use.

Edit:  After my boys came home from school they tried these and decided they would prefer to have peanut butter on their crackers.  And since pb is usually "on hand", I went back and added a second page to the rebus document using peanut butter.

1 comment:

  1. Maybe I'll just quickly add that we used Honey Wheat Ritz Crackers and they were the perfect size for the amount of grapes. And since I wasn't going to pay 4.99 for a pint of fresh blueberries I used our frozen blueberries. If you use frozen also, just pull out what you need as you need it so they don't make a melted mushy mess! :-) They worked fine though.