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Family Matters: I Did it All By Myself – No- Bake Cookies


Building a strong foundation of skills early in your child’s life is the perfect opportunity to spend quality time and create unforgettable memories with your little ones. Turn your kitchen into a fun educational tool that your kids are sure not to forget – especially the yummy treats made with their own hands!

No-bake cookies are the perfect way to introduce your little ones to the basics of any recipe and even help develop life skills.

Planning, organization, time management and responsibility are all among a lengthy list of traits that correlate between executing a recipe and day-to-day tasks. Letting your children lend you a hand in the kitchen is a wonderful opportunity for them to learn and master a new skill. This boosts self-esteem, self-confidence and also gets the creative juices flowing.

The benefits of getting your kids involved in the kitchen are endless. This is a great way to accomplish a task and let your kids pave their way to some edible accolades!

You, as a parent, can easily give your kids the champion-like feeling of accomplishment that may serve as a launching pad to developing their hunger for success – not to mention you and your loved ones get to enjoy a tasty treat together.

Invite your kids into the kitchen and introduce them to skills they will use for the rest of their lives! 

Ingredients:

1 cup Food Club Creamy Peanut Butter
1 cup Food Club Confectioners’ Sugar
1/2 cup mini chocolate chips
2 Tbsp butter softened at room temperature
1 cup coconut flakes 

Directions:

In a medium mixing bowl combine peanut butter, confectioners’ sugar, chocolate chips and butter; mix well.

Take a teaspoon of batter and roll into a small ball. Continue making balls with the remaining batter. 

Roll each ball in coconut. Chill in refrigerator.

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