Monday, November 14, 2011


Here's a recipe for one of Miles' favorite snacks. He helps me measure the ingredients, then tries to snarf big handfuls before I'm finished stirring. "Peanut butter balls" must have been quite a mouthful, so he calls it "P-beeb."

Peanut Butter Play Dough
1/2 c. peanut butter
2-4 T. honey
1/3-1/2 c. powdered milk
1 T. wheat germ or wheat bran (optional)
1 envelope unflavored gelatin (optional)

Stir everything together, adding just enough powdered milk to make a firm (but not dry) dough. Use for edible play dough or roll into balls for convenient snacking. Store in the refrigerator.

This post is in honor Liesel, who is about to turn one, and her peanut butter-loving mom. I guess one is the magical age when peanut butter is suddenly o.k. for infants. Happy birthday, Liesel!


Angela said...

haha!! Thanks for the PB shout-out. Liesel is going to fall in love with P-beep for sure. No doubt about it!

Jen said...

I was drawn to your blog by your Theodore Roosevelt quote on Audacity! Inspiring!

(I also love the PB playdough recipe!)

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