April Fools Day Fun Food Recipes

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April Fools Day Fun Food Recipes

I love this April Fools’ Day fun food recipe – who would ever guess the secret ingredients until they tasted the yummy breakfast foods! A big thanks, again, to Disney FamilyFun  magazine for sharing one of their April Fools’ Day pranks with us!

On April Fools’ Day, trick your family with a safe April Fools’ Day fun food prank – a tiny breakfast that’s really a cleverly disguised dessert. When cooking with kids, this is a great recipe to make for pretend food for a Teddy Bear Day party or dolly tea party, too!

April Fools’ Day Fun Food Recipes

april fools day fun food recipesA Fakin’ and Eggs breakfast uses white chocolate pieces, a caramel, yellow M&Ms, and a tootsie roll. For more fun April Fools’ Day fun food recipes, visit Allrecipes.com. You’ll find Kitty Litter Cake, Hamburger Cookies, Hot Dog Cookies, Dirt Cake, Ice Cream Baked Potatoes, Kitty Poop, and the must have from Disney’s Family Fun, edible eyeballs!

Fakin’ and Eggs

INGREDIENTS

For the eggs:

  • 3 tablespoons white chocolate chips
  • 12 yellow M&MS

For the Fakin:

  • 1 square caramel
  • 1 Tootsie Roll Midgee

INSTRUCTIONS

For the eggs:

  • Melt the white chocolate chips according to the package directions. Transfer the melted chocolate to a ziplock bag and snip off a corner.
  • Squeeze nickel-size portions of the chocolate onto a sheet of waxed paper, then gently press a yellow M&M, letter side down, into the center of each. Let the candies cool. Makes 12 eggs.

For the fakin’:

  • Remove the wrapping from a square caramel and a Tootsie Roll Midgee. Microwave the candies for 4 seconds to make them soft. Use your thumb and forefinger to slightly flatten each candy piece, then press them together.
  • Halve the candy, then stack and press the pieces into alternating layers.
  • Slice a 1/4-inch-wide piece from the stack. Pinch and stretch the piece lengthwise into a flat bacon strip, then cut it in half. Add ripples to each half by gently bending the edges. Makes 3 strips (6 pieces).

For more April Fools’ Day tomfoolery, visit Disney Family magazine.

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Grandmother of 5 great kids, retired special ed high school teacher, married since 1972 to Poppy…loves spoiling the grands, crocheting for whomever I can and charities, reading, crafts, outdoors, and blogging.

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