Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Monster Cookies for Kids

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Want a simple way to make a fun treat for Halloween? Look no further! Cooking with kids allows an opportunity to explore math and have fun. Making these monster cookies does just that, while offering time for bonding and a yummy treat afterward.
 
 
My kids love monster books (and pretending to be monsters.)  Some of our favorites are Leonardo the Terrible Monster, Go Away, Big Green Monster, and The Monster at the End of This Book.

The other day we were making a batch of chocolate-chocolate chip cookies using chocolate cake mix and adding a cup of chocolate chips.  I had lots of edible eyes and also some miniature marshmallows in the cupboard, so we made our cookies into monster cookies.
 
 
We added the edible eyes and marshmallow teeth while the cookies were still warm but not too hot to touch.  The thing that makes this perfect for preschoolers is there's no wrong way to do it.  How can a monster have too many eyes? Or teeth?
 

So head to the kitchen and cook up some Halloween fun with this activity!

 


Lorie from Reading Confetti is a reading specialist turned SAHM who blogs about activities and crafts inspired by children's literature. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest for new and exciting ways bring books to life with your kids.

6 comments:

Kristina said...

These are ADORABLE and look so yummy!!

Jode said...

I love your monster biscuits Lorie (sorry, cookies...an aussie here lol)So creative and i bet the kids had so much fun with them!

Lorie K said...

Thanks, Kristina and Jode! We had fun making (and eating!) them.

Susan Case said...

Soooo cute!

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Tulip TrueAim said...

Those are so cute! I love the monster teeth. My children love monster books too. The monster at the end of this book is one of my favorite stories. Thanks for sharing at Mom's Library!

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