I saw this on Pinterest and had to try it. My fruit cups had the expiration date and stuff on the top, so I took some fingernail polish remover and a cotton ball and took it off. I then drew the chick's on with Sharpies. They turned out so cute!
These were so fun to make. I had the help of The Princess and her cousin, so it got a little messy, but they had so much fun! They end up similar to a Peep, but more flavorful.
What you'll need:
*3 bags of big marshmallows
*6 small boxes of Jell-O - one for each color of the rainbow, or whatever you want!
*Bowl of water
And that's it. Super simple.
Pour one box of Jell-O into a zipper bag. Work with one flavor/color at a time. Dip a marshmallow into the water, getting the whole thing wet. Shake off the excess water, then drop into the Jell-O. Close the bag and shake to coat. Take the marshmallow out and place on cookie sheet to dry. Your fingers will get stained!
One small box of Jell-O did about 20-22 decent looking marshmallows, and a few more that were too ugly to hand out. The younger your helpers are, the fewer pretty ones you'll get!
We ended up with 16 bags that had every color. Of course, some were eaten along the way, and we didn't bag the ugly ones...they got eaten too! The Princess wanted labels, so she designed one that said, "Here's a bag of Unicorn poop for my friend." Nice, right?
Try them out and let me know how you liked them!
"If it is not clean, do not think it; if it is not true, do not speak it; if it is not good, do not do it." - Carlos E. Asay
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles explained why it is of critical importance for us to follow the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles today:
“The apostolic and prophetic foundation of the Church was to bless in all times, but especially in times of adversity or danger, times when we might feel like children, confused or disoriented, perhaps a little fearful, times in which the devious hand of men or the maliciousness of the devil would attempt to unsettle or mislead. Against such times as come in our modern day, the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve are commissioned by God and sustained by you as prophets, seers, and revelators. . . .
“. . . Such a foundation in Christ was and is always to be a protection. . . . In such days as we are now in—and will more or less always be in—the storms of life ‘shall have no power over you . . .’ [Helaman 5:12]” (in Conference Report, Oct. 2004, 5; or Ensign,Nov.2004,7).