We’re interrupting your regularly scheduled Super Bowl Week to bring you a delicious compilation of Snow Day Projects.
I just looked out my office window and snow is coming down – hard. According to the weatherman we’re supposed to get up to 21 inches of the white stuff between today and Wednesday. I should also mention that we’re under a Blizzard Watch. Fabulous.
Watching the snow fall got me thinking about fun snow day projects my Mom would set up for my sisters and me. From snow ice cream to warm oatmeal cookies, there was always some tasty activity to participate in.
With inclement weather heading towards the Midwest and New England, I thought I’d put together some fun projects that were made for snow days. Enjoy!
Homemade Marshmallows – After a day playing in the snow, warm up with a steaming cup of hot chocolate and these pillow like marshmallows.
Chocolate Covered Pretzels – Your little ones will love dipping pretzels in chocolate for these sweet and salty treats.
Penguin Cutouts – These cute little penguins are the perfect snowy pals.
For the baker:
Old-time Cake Doughnuts – There’s nothing better than a fresh doughnut. Enjoy these cake-like treats with a cup of your favorite joe.
Cinnamon-Toffee Croissant Bread Pudding – Transform the classic croissant into a warm, gooey bread pudding.
Old-Fashioned Molasses Cake – The rich, dark taste of molasses pairs well with a snowy day. Enjoy this cake by the fire are an early evening hike.
For the cook:
Potato Lentil Stew – Hearty potatoes and lentils create a mouthwatering stew that is sure to keep you nice and warm.
Ragu Bolognese – A comfort food classic, this ragu is the ultimate snow day meal.
Loaded Spaghetti Bake – Simple and delicious, your family will love this easy casserole
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