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KAW~How cute are these guys?

Posted by deedles (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 22, 13 at 0:41

Still not my new KAW, but these turned out so cute I had to share a pic of them. Got the idea from Allrecipes and so I made this for our work potluck.


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RE: KAW~How cute are these guys?

Those are adorable! Recipe? :)


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RE: KAW~How cute are these guys?

Hahaha! Cute & tasty too!

Merry Christmas!


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RE: KAW~How cute are these guys?

Oh, SO cute! I just love the goldfish and umbrellas as the finishing décor! Bet those were a big hit.


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Adorable! Love it.


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What is KAW?


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Those are just too cute!
KAW-Kitchen at work


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RE: KAW~How cute are these guys?

Thanks, romy! I wish my KAW turned out things as cute as penguins fishing!!


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RE: KAW~How cute are these guys?

deedles-fun and festive and I'm sure yummy too! :)


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RE: KAW~How cute are these guys?

OK, I get the marshmellows, goldfish, but what are the heas made from, and the beaks? SURE LOOKS LIKE IT TOOK A LOT OF TIME, BUT I love penguins (excuse the caps, my finger slipped).


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RE: KAW~How cute are these guys?

The heads and bodies are olives, small and jumbo, and the feet are carrot rounds with a wedge cut out. Then you slice the wedge in half and stick it through the big hole and out the other end for the head. I cut a strip out of the bodies and then piped ranch cream cheese into them and stuck a toothpick down through the whole thing. It did take a couple hours but it was kind of fun and yes, it was a hit!


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RE: KAW~How cute are these guys?

Next year. That is what I am telling myself, next year in the new kitchen we will make fun, time consuming creations!


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