By Holly Karapetkova
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3. Add banana chunks to the honey and peanut butter and mix well. 4. Spoon the mixture into waffle cones. Creative Option: Sprinkle granola on top for extra crunch! 41 PEANUT-BUTTER BALLS G ood things come in small packages. You can prove it with these tiny but terrific treats. Make a bunch—you’ll want to share! What to Do: 1. In a mixing bowl, stir together peanut butter, powdered milk, honey, and vanilla with a fork until well blended. Makes: 24 balls Ingredients: • 1 cup peanut butter • ½ cup nonfat powdered milk • ¼ cup honey • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract • ½ cup finely ground pecans Materials: • Mixing bowl • Measuring cups and spoons • Fork • Shallow bowl • Tray • Wax paper • Refrigerator • Serving tray or plate 42 2.
Certainly not! This recipe will teach you how to scoop up peanut butter and bananas for a different—and delicious—treat. You’ll love it! What to Do: 1. Break a banana into bite-size chunks. Makes: 2 cones Ingredients: • 1 ripe banana • 2 tablespoons honey • 4 tablespoons peanut butter • 2 large waffle cones Materials: • Mixing bowl • Measuring spoons • Large spoon 40 2. Measure honey and peanut butter into a bowl and mix well. 3. Add banana chunks to the honey and peanut butter and mix well. 4.
7. Chill the peanut-butter balls in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. 43 PEAR BUNNIES Y ou can create magic with a few pieces of fruit. —a rabbit will appear on your salad plate! What to Do: 1. Gather all ingredients on the counter. 2. Place a lettuce leaf on each salad plate. Makes: 2 bunnies Ingredients: • 2 large lettuce leaves • 2 pear halves • 2 maraschino cherries • 4 raisins • 4 slices water chestnuts • ½ cup cottage cheese Materials: • 2 salad plates • Ice-cream scoop 44 3. Place a pear half, rounded side up, on each lettuce leaf.