This recipe is so delicious! I have made it several times and it has been a hit every single time. What I have noticed is that if you leave them in the oven a couple of minutes after they are golden brown, they will be crispier and if you take them out right before they are golden brown, they are soft and spongy. I like them softer, but other have liked them crunchier better.
Check out the recipe here.
This is when we made the Mind or Serenity Jars. It was a fun project. To learn how to make one, click here!
|This is how we did Classical Conversations today. We snuggled up in his sleeping bag bed and hung out. It was fun and comfy and very productive.|
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Yesterday in Art we painted our salt dough shapes and ornaments. We even painted our hands and made handprints on the table covering (with permission of course!). It was fun, and really cool to see how the kids combined colors. To see the recipe to make salt dough, click here.
Today was learning new songs and signs day! We practiced two new tunes for Friday’s get together, along with reviewing our note tree and the timepiece song. And of course, we started class off with a classic rendition of Happy Birthday for K!
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