1/2 C. Peanut butter
1/2 C. Dry milk
1/2 C. Honey 1 T. cocoa
1/2 t. vanilla 1/2 C. Chopped nuts
1/2 C. Raisins 2 T. coconut
1. Combine peanut butter and dry milk until blended
2. Stir in , one at a time, honey, cocoa, vanilla, nuts, raisins, and coconut
3. Place mixture on wax paper and roll into a thick snake shape
4. Wrap in wax paper and chill
5. To serve, either have children pull off pieces, or cut into slices
• 1 cup sugar
• 1 cup butter, softened
• 2 cups flour
• 1 tsp. vanilla
• 1 egg
• Food coloring-at least 6 colors (make sure one of them is Red!) Remember - with red, blue and yellow you
can make all the other colors.
1. Mix sugar, butter, egg and vanilla. Add flour and mix well.
2. Divide dough into six balls.
3. Add a different food coloring to each ball.
4. Roll each ball in a snake shape onto a floured surface. This is fun for the kids -- just like
5. Arch snake shape and press onto cookie sheet.
6. Add other snake shapes until the rainbow is formed. (OR! Form a letter R shape with them)
7. Bake at 350 degrees for 8-15 minutes.
8. When cooled let each child taste a piece of the rainbow.
Candy Corn Cookies
1 cup of sugar
1 cup of margarine, softened
2 1/4 cup of flour
1 tsp vanilla
orange and yellow food coloring
Cream sugar and margarine, add egg and vanilla blend. Add flour.
Roll into three balls. add orange coloring to one of the balls. yellow to the other. The remaining ball has no color.
Then roll balls flat together so that the white ball is the bottom, the orange ball is in the middle and the yellow ball is the top.
With a knife cut the dough into 3 inch triangles. (If dough is still too sticky, add a little more flour)
Bake 15 min at 350F
I use these candy corn cookies in relation to the parable in Matthew 13:1-8 The sower and the seed.