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Two Yummy Pumpkin Delights

by Beth Crumpler

For Halloween or Fall fun, create a pumpkin delightful meal or snack for kids. Have them help make these orange delights.  They will enjoy them! 

Here are two pumpkin delightful activities you can do:

*Here are the ingredients you will need for both activities. 

By Beth Crumpler

1-  Pumpkin Quesadillas

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(View the pictures for step by step instructions)

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2-  Pumpkin Marshmallows

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(View the photos for step by step instructions)

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Note:  You can also make green dye to make monster or goblin quesadillas and marshmallows.  You don’t have to use raisins.  I used raisins because that is what I had in my cabinets.  You can use anything else that is black/brown and is edible for the eyes, nose and mouth of the characters.  

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