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    Just seen this and thought I'd share.

    You need:
    Chocolate fingers
    Hundreds and thousands
    Bowl of warm water
    Tray with greased proof paper.

    Dip one end of the choc finger into warm water, then into the hundreds and thousands.
    Put on the tray to set, ta da edible sparklers x

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    they are rather yummy

    you can also dip breadsticks in melted choc and then sprinkles

    we've also dipped breadsticks in soft cheese ( dairylea or philly ) and then in seeds for a healthier option!

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    Simple but clever idea. Thanks. Mind you, not sure how many choccie fingers would last for an activity with me around....

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    Quote Originally Posted by loocyloo View Post
    they are rather yummy

    you can also dip breadsticks in melted choc and then sprinkles

    we've also dipped breadsticks in soft cheese ( dairylea or philly ) and then in seeds for a healthier option!
    Like the seeded one for a snack idea - thanks. Breadsticks in choc sounds like those snack ones you used to be able to get but can't remember the name. I loved those...............

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    We did those last year and it was great because even the youngest children could help!!!

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    I love choccie fingers too, the breadsticks sound nice x

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    Quote Originally Posted by marie2012 View Post
    I love choccie fingers too, the breadsticks sound nice x
    I would have to buy them literally ten minutes before doing the activity because they would not stay in my cupboard for long!

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    Quote Originally Posted by loocyloo View Post
    they are rather yummy

    you can also dip breadsticks in melted choc and then sprinkles

    we've also dipped breadsticks in soft cheese ( dairylea or philly ) and then in seeds for a healthier option!
    We must be on the same wavelength, I thought breadsticks as I read it then saw yours spooky
    Cath

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    Thanks for the reminder.
    We did these last year, the kiddies loved them.
    They dipped breadsticks into chocolate spread and then dipped them into hundreds and thousands.
    Toothfairy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toothfairy View Post
    Thanks for the reminder.
    We did these last year, the kiddies loved them.
    They dipped breadsticks into chocolate spread and then dipped them into hundreds and thousands.
    We used breadstcks and chocolate spread too - I used some hundreds and thousands and some small stars. Was a lovely activity for after tea as they ate their creations for pudding.

 

 

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