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Wacky Desserts for Children

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Lea Saray

Lea Saray began writing professionally in 1988 with a column on early childhood for her local newspaper. She has had several nonfiction books published for children ages 5-15 and also serves as a second-grade teacher.

By Lea Saray, eHow Contributor

updated April 12, 2011

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Even kids get tired of the same old desserts. Try one that's a little bit wacky and you may tickle someone's silly bones. These dessert ideas are just strange enough to bring a smile to everyone's face. They can be used as a sweet finale to a simple family dinner or as the dining centerpiece to a special party. Best of all, they are easy enough that the kids can help prepare them.

  1. Rocks and Sticks

    • Use your artistic skills to create realistic looking rocks. Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images

      Stir 3 cups semisweet chocolate pieces, 14 oz. sweetened condensed milk, 2 tbsp. butter, 1 ½ tsp. vanilla, and a dash of salt in a saucepan. Cook over medium heat until the chocolate melts. Remove and stir in 2 cups mini-marshmallows until combined. Pour into a foil-lined 9-by-9-inch baking pan. Swirl marshmallows through the fudge just until they are mostly melted. Chill for 2 hours. Scoop small spoonfuls from the pan and shape them into rocks. Roll each one in cocoa powder or powdered sugar. Serve your rocks over chow mein noodles (sticks).

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    Sand Pail Cake

    • Sand Pail Cake transforms dessert into a toy. Jupiterimages/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images

      Serve your young diners "Sand Pail Cake" for dessert, and afterward, the pails can be used for play. Purchase a small pail and shovel for each guest. Wash them well. Bake a yellow or white cake. Cut it into small squares. Fill one plastic pail for each guest halfway to the top with the squares. Cover with frosting (this does not need to be done too neatly). Crumble graham crackers over the frosting to make the sand. Challenge your young guests to eat their cakes with their shovels.

    Chocolate Pizza



 
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