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This Wagon Wheel Slice features a soft biscuit base topped with a layer or raspberry jam, white fluffy marshmallow and dark chocolate.

We love easy slice recipes; they make the perfect sweet treat! We have plenty of slice recipes on Bargain Mums,

Optical Illusion Photo Frame

Optical Illusion Photo Frame

Sugar Cookies

How in the heck many sugar cookie recipes do I need? Oh well, here's one more to add to the collection, I probably already have this one but who cares? I love sugar cookies!

Great tip! You can frost a whole batch of sugar cookies in no time with this simple method (and all you need is a plastic sandwich bag!). Links to an amazing sugar cookie and frosting recipe.

You can frost a whole batch of sugar cookies in no time with this simple method (and all you need is a plastic sandwich bag! Links to an amazing sugar cookie and frosting recipe.

This is an easy, fun way to play with your food! If you have picky kids, you could do some juicing of fruits and veggies and then create these "caviar" jellies out of it. This is a great molecular gastronomy project!

Possibly for a "science based" teen tech food idea? Maybe we could also get some liquid nitrogen and make ice cream.

This is a great way to get kids in the kitchen these school holidays! Super easy for little fingers to help roll into balls http://twinsandablog.com.au/golden-gaytime-bliss-balls/ *Thermomix and Non Thermomix methods*

This is a great way to get kids in the kitchen these school holidays! Super easy for little fingers to help roll into balls http://twinsandablog.com.au/golden-gaytime-bliss-balls/ *Thermomix and Non Thermomix methods*

Victor Nunes will change the way you look at common-day things. Seriously, what a whimsical imagination he must have. Artist Victor Nunes turns everyday objects into sets of cute and quirky doodles.

Artist Victor Nunes turns everyday objects into sets of cute and quirky doodles. Its only message is in Portuguese which translates to “On this page you will find a bunch of little faces and other little things. And with great humor!” in English.

"Arboretum" involves 23 white trees cut from heavy-stock drawing paper. They hang on the walls and in formation in the center of the gallery. Walking through the gallery feels something like a walk through a bright, white forest. Each panel of paper measures 7 feet tall and 4 feet wide.

White paper cut out trees/forest. On graders did this. Fifth-graders Meredith Connor and Annabel Huber admire “Arboretum,” created by Waynflete School eighth-graders and hanging in the school’s Art Gallery. Courtesy of Waynflete School, Portland, Oregon