It’s the season to be jolly … I think it can be also it’s the season for serious chocolate lovers! When you say Christmas you think chocolate, they come together like best friends. Kids and adults indulge in all kinds of chocolate desserts with no guilt, it’s Christmas!
This is an easy kit kat chocolate dessert with lots of fun preparing it with your kids. Not just looking cute, but it tastes nice also.
You will need Kit Kat chocolate bars (the one of four parts), as many as you want, depending on how many piece you want, keeping in mind each one makes 2 to 3 trees.
White chocolate melt colored green.
Confetti and stars (made of sugar), you can also have any small sugar Christmas decoration, as cane, santa, snowmen….up to you.
Cut 2 or 3 triangles out of each Kit Kat bar, keep the trimmed edges to make the tree trunk. Place on parchment paper. Put the green chocolate melt in a ziplok bag and make a very tiny cut at to pipe the garlands. Sprinkle the confetti (and the decorations you find), and finally place the star.
PS: to attach the trunk to the tree put a little chocolate melt
Place in the fridge for 15-20 minutes before placing them on a tray, using a little chocolate melt that serves like glue to prevent the trees from falling. Sprinkle coconut powder to look like snow between the trees.
So cute to be eaten! Try it with your kids and have fun, these are the best moments spent with your kids especially during the magical Christmas season. Enjoy!
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Wooden spoons are not just for mommy to use in the kitchen, kids can create cute characters such as Easter rabbit or chick and spring lady bug to go with the flowers we crafted before.
A very easy bricolage and a lot of fun. If your kid is under 3 years, paint the spoons yourself and let it dry before starting to play together. I recommend acrylic paint but don’t mix it with water for more vibrant colors.
Small details to stick with your kids such as pompom, wiggling eyes, feather…. are more instructional then you think. Learning the shapes, names, colors and you can extend the fun by telling stories about Easter and spring.
Nady was so much interested and fascinated with the lady bug antennas.
Adjusting the comb
… and the beak
Eh voila chick (le poussin)!
Fixing the ears and nose
The three all together! they look so cute
After playing with the spoons puppet, it’s time to add them to our precious flower vase.
It was such a joy for him. He kept playing and contemplating their fascinating colors for an hour
We love the spring season and can’t wait for Easter!
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Bath time is always fun, why not make it even more fun by introducing paint to your baby. “Safe paint” made by you at home. Great idea when it’s inconvenient to go out and play.
Sensory play are very important to your babies and toddlers, they can experience stimulation of their senses. In other words your kids discover and understand life through their senses.
I spotted this recipe while surfing on the net. Very Easy and simple, only 4 ingredients:
- 2 tbsp cornstarch
- 1/4 cup baby shampoo
- 4-5 drops of food coloring
- 2-3 tbsp water
Use a tear free shampoo, so when it gets into the eyes, it’s not the end of the fun.
I put the colors in separate disposable containers, no need to wash later, just throw them.
Now set up is ready… steady, gooooo
It was also fun for me, i was using my photography skills!
Nady’s chef d’oeuvre!
Can’t be more fun!
If you’re worried about cleaning, it did wipe away very easy with only water. No food coloring stains.
We loved the game… happy bath time!
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