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Kids in the Kitchen Valentines show ideas needed

Suzy Englert

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A January host has rescheduled her Kids in the Kitchen show to Sat. Feb.13th (just so glad that she rescheduled due to plumbing, etc., problems in the house). Does anyone have ideas for a Valentine's theme Kids in the Kitchen show? I'm thinking: making a Valentine cookie cake on the stone; making cookies with the cookie press, everyone wear red?? Any other ideas?

Thanks!

Suzy in Texas
 

BethCooks4U

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Make 2 step fudge and cut into hearts with the creative cutters.

2 Step Fudge
12 oz. pkg chocolate chips
1 tub frosting

Combine and melt in microwave (1 minute) then spread onto parchment paper or pastry mat and cool slightly. Then cut with cookie cutters.

You could also load the warm fudge into the Easy Accent Decorator with the open star tip and make kisses.

Use any flavor chips and frosting to create different tastes/colors. In February and May (HWC) I always use white chocolate chips and strawberry frosting to make pink hearts.
 
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Suzy Englert

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Thanks, Beth. This sounds like a winner recipe!

Suzy in Texas
 

Suzy Englert

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And we'll be making a sugar cookie cake on the large round stone-in the shape of a heart-will probably sprinkle and/or put sprinkles or candies on it when it comes out of the oven. Any suggestions for how long it should cook, and what would be good to put on top of it?

Thanks,
Suzy in Texas
 

esavvymom

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I would probably follow the baking guidelines of other cookie pizzas...I'm assuming when you say you are doing a sugar cookie cake on the large round stone, that is what you mean?

I got this from a Dessert "Pizza" using the sugar cookie dough.

Preheat oven to 350°F. Form dough into a ball and place in center of Classic Round Stone. Roll dough into a 12-inch circle, about 1/4-inch thick. Bake 16-18 minutes or until light golden brown. Cool 10 minutes. Carefully loosen cookie from Baking Stone; cool completely.
 
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What's 2 step fudge? This looks great for my neighborhood kids.
 

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