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Kids - Craft -  Whole Wheat Cottage Post by :pcmatt Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :February 2012 Read :3607

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Let your builders-to-be construct a house out of toast for breakfast. Use one piece of toast for the house, cutting out the windows and doors. To raise the roof, cut a second piece into a triangle and shingle it with mini-wheat cereal held in place with peanut butter.

A small rectangle of toast, cut to fit against the roofline, makes an ideal chimney, especially with a puff of Cheerios smoke. For siding, spread the whole house with peanut butter, scratching in some shingles with a toothpick.
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