Short And Sweet. Teddy Bear Race Cars.

Teddy Bear Race Cars

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All together now:

Aw!!

Aren’t these teddy bears cute?

Teddy Bear Race Cars are the easiest things to make. They are adorable and, given the ingredients, taste yummy.

They would be perfect for a child’s party.

Teddy Bear Race Cars
Teddy Bear Race Cars

Ingredients:

Fun sized Milky Ways or Snickers Bars
A box Teddy Grahams
M&Ms or Smarties, sorted into color groups
Small amount of melted chocolate to glue the “wheels” on
Ingredients

Directions:

1. Make a small indent in the top of a Milky Way with a sharp knife and stick a Teddy Graham gently in. (The Teddies with their legs together are easier to insert than the legs opened ones…..if that makes sense.)
Teddy Grahams Legs Open
Teddy Grahams Legs Together
Use sharp knife to make slit

Note: It’s really hard not to make the chocolate coating crack. No worries, they still look so cute.

2. Dab some melted chocolate on M&Ms and affix to sides of car as wheels.

Recipe from Five Hive
Teddy Bear Race Car
Teddy Bear Race Cars

Today’s music is short and sweet and Scottish.

A short song (with quite a good title).

And the sweet song.
BMX Bandits-Come Clean


Check out coma emilio on Bandcamp where you can boatloads of the band’s music for free.

You can find info about BMX Bandits on Myspace. Buy their music here.

Cheers!

About I Sing In The Kitchen

Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.
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6 Responses to Short And Sweet. Teddy Bear Race Cars.

  1. Reblogged this on Sweet Little Thang and commented:
    This is too cute :)

  2. jillybean2 says:

    Reblogged this on jillybean2 and commented:
    LOVE LOVE LOVE! I have to try this with my kids!

  3. I love how cute this is, too! :D

  4. Pingback: Hot Dog Race Cars. Mile Me Deaf Sound Really Good To Me. | I Sing In The Kitchen

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