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Cooking with a 5 year old?

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Cooking with a 5 year old?

Anyone have some good ideas (other than cookies!) for baking/making something with a holiday theme that I could make with a typical 5 year old - not too complicated as I just learned how to boil water.....
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wju2004 wrote:Anyone have some good ideas (other than cookies!) for baking/making something with a holiday theme that I could make with a typical 5 year old - not too complicated as I just learned how to boil water.....
Make bread... Its very easy and fun to see the dough rise....
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Cookies are good. Like those pillsbury ones? There's those cookies that come with holiday pictures on them (rudolph, santa, christmass tree). Cylinder dough. And you cut them up and bake them.

Those are easy to make and good for a 5 year old.

*Edit: Whoopz, you said "other then cookies." How about a holiday pizza? :confused: Hehe, i'm outta ideas.
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Something that a 5 year old would eat. Like rice crispy squares .
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Jell-o or pudding based baked goods is easy.

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