Looking for ways to de-stress after spending weeks inside your home? According to a survey conducted by baking company Cake Angels, baking can help relieve this pressure. Here are some ideas to keep you and your kids busy while social distancing.
Ice Cream Cake anyone? Try this easy to bake version made with Brownies and Piroulines. All you’ll need is Brownie mix, Moose Tracks Ice Cream, and our famous wafers. It’s simple, quick and delicious. Click here for the recipe.
If dessert is not what you’re craving, try this kid-friendly soft pretzel recipe from “Kitchen Counter Chronicle.” Your kids can play with edible dough that can be shaped and baked. It’s a super fun way to keep them full and entertained. Click here for the recipe.
Perhaps you’re looking to get some fresh air? Did you know you can make Watercolor Paint out of markers? This neat trick from “hello, Wonderful” will give your old markers new life by repurposing them. It’s cheap, green and will only take you ten minutes to prepare.
You might have noticed chalk drawings and games appearing on neighborhood streets across the country. It’s just one way people are keeping busy while inspiring others to stay hopeful. We love this creative way to use chalk art from “This Tiny Blue House.” Show your strength and creativity!
After you’re done making your Pirouline Brownie Ice Cream Cakes, don’t just toss the empty tin in the trash. Use it to bring nature indoors. The kids will have a great afternoon designing their own recycled flower vase. It takes just four easy steps and only 30 minutes. Click here for instructions.
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