4 cups grape juice
blue food coloring
Mix the grape juice and water until a suitable blue color results. Try adding
blue food coloring to achieve the desired shade. Pour into the plastic cups
filling them 1/3 full. Place into the freezer until the start to freeze. Once they
do, stick a craft stick in the center of each cup.
Freeze until solid. Mix the yogurt and whipped topping together. Place a
layer on top of the frozen blue layer, and freeze for one hour. Repeat the
process given for the blue layer but do it with the cran-raspberry juice and red
food coloring. Add a red layer to each cup and freeze until frozen.
Run the outer side of the cups under cold water to release them.
Other Fun Ideas
* Vanilla ice cream with red & blue sprinkles
* Sugar cookies with white icing and red & blue sprinkles
* Cherry or Blue Kool-Aid
* Color tint milk with blue food coloring for the boys, and red for the girls
* Vanilla shakes tined blue or red with food coloring
While there are many reasons for teaching kids to cook -- less expensive than eating out, preserves family heritage, etc, the most important
reason is that by teaching your child to cook, you're giving him a better chance to be a healthy grown-up. Enabling your child with the ability
to appreciate freshness and to transform ingredients into tasty foods opens their eyes to making wiser choices about what to eat...