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Great idea for families with kids. Love this idea! How to Make Rainbow Pasta! Add food coloring to individual pots of boiling water. Cook pasta as directed, drain and rinse separately. Toss and get ready to swirl - Great Idea for a Birthday Pasta

Rainbow pasta for the kiddos!!  Source: kidsactivitiesblog.com ______________________________________ INGREDIENTS Spaghetti Noodles Liquid Food Coloring Ziploc Bags Water INSTRUCTIONS Cook the spaghetti noodles al dente, according to package directions and strain || Add 2 tablespoons of warm water to each bag and add about 20 drops of food coloring to the water (one bag per color) || Put the strained noodles into the bags and mix the colored water all around || Strain each bag individually…

Easy Rainbow Pasta - cook then color in individual bags for each color desired.

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Cook spaghetti noodles, drain and cool. Fill a gallon Ziplock bag one quarter of the way with water. Add food coloring to the water. Add part of cooked spaghetti and mix around in the Ziplock bag until noodles change color. Drain, repeat with other colors

These tiny little books are so cute and so easy to make and will be a perfect healthy snack to bring to your kid’s classroom, but they can be personalized for any occasion. Add the name of your child’s favorite book for a book themed birthday party or just for lunch.   School Book Sandwiches You’ll Need: soft flour tortillas white cheese slices slices of deli meat, like turkey or ham mayonnaise food coloring markers

School Book Sandwiches You’ll Need: soft flour tortillas white cheese slices slices of deli meat, like turkey or ham mayonnaise food coloring markers

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Everything rainbow! I made these by hand! just remove the original white paste from an oreo. Whip it up with the food coloring of your choice of you choice and put back in the oreo! And they make the most perfect party treats!

Just add food coloring to boiling water when making noodles. Red & green for Christmas; red, plain, and blue for the 4th; green for St. Patrick's Day, etc.

Add food coloring to your boiling water for fun colored noodles! I'm pretty sure CC would eat up a full bowl of noodles if they were pink! Great idea for kids!

Hairy Hot Dogs or would that be Scary Spaghetti?! This super simple recipe is perfect for cooking with kids this Halloween.

Hairy hot dogs or scary spaghett

Hairy Hot Dogs or would that be Scary Spaghetti? This super simple recipe is perfect for cooking with kids this Halloween.

Rainbow Chex Mix. Using Chocolate Muddy Buddies you can have the most colorful Chex Mix in the world! With only 15 minutes of prep you can have this tasty snack ready in 25!

Using Chocolate Muddy Buddies, you can have the most colorful Chex Unicorn party! Mix in the world! With only 15 minutes of prep, you can have this tasty snack ready in What's not to love?

Make colorful pancakes!!! My kids would get a kick out of this!!! Just place batter in separate bowls and place a few drops of food coloring.

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fun idea for family breakfast rainbow pancakes. My kids love color pancakes especially my old

Rainbow Waffles for a Fun Breakfast

Only if i had a waffle maker when i get one.and have kids make breakfast for doing this. Rainbow Waffles for a Fun Breakfast. Food colouring and waffle mix !

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Perfect morning or afternoon snack, cherrios (or other fav cereal) yogurt and banana. Dip banana in yogurt cover in cereal and freeze.

Yes you can give your kids a popsicle for breakfast! Try this Breakfast of Champions: A frozen banana that has been dipped in yogurt or peanut butter and then rolled in Cheerios! **Sub peanut butter and yogurt for us.

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For lunch on a rainy day? Hot Dog Octopus and Seaweed. Used to make Hot dog octopuses for my kids and their friends a lot, but never thought of putting them on green noodles!

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