Friday, June 28, 2013

firecracker fruit

i often wonder how firecrackers were made.
i mean, how in the world did the firecracker inventor figure out that a certain firecracker would produce a full bloom or a drizzling of little sparks.

it should be called firewonders.
maybe?
:>P

regardless, i bet they eat these for breakfast:
super duper easy peasy to make!
i am sure those firecracker inventors play with their food.
uh oh!
DANGER!!!
i bet those firecracker inventors have a lot of ready to use burn cream in their pocket.

but a quick fix will do before they burn all their fingers off.
thank you firecracker inventors.
without you, we would just be staring at a quiet nite sky on the 4th. although, i hear dogs everywhere would disagree with me about the thankful part.










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    1. thanks J! i had to do an easy food craft for once! heehee :)

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  2. I love that you wondered about firecrackers - I'm always wondering and thinking how things were made! One thing I do know is that YOUR firecracker fruit would be perfect for the fourth celebration! :)

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    1. they are just so amazing! i probably would make some if i knew how Kim! LOL :>D

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  3. Q-te, Kee-ute, klvr, (if I run out of words, I'll just make up my own spelling to change things up!). Not to mention yummy! And wasn't it the Chinese who invented fireworks? My mom used to say "Clever men, those China men". It was meant as a compliment, so I hope no one takes it as racial!

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    1. the Dona thesaraus is the BEST! heehee and the China brainmen are the envy of a lot of people-i know i am and wish i could make some too! a gazillion thanks again! i LOVE your comments!!! :)

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  4. These are sooo cute! I have never seen those skewers before. My 5 kids would FLIP over these so I am thinking that this is a must do! I am hosting a bloghop today and would LOVE if you would swing by and link these up! I hope to see you there http://ffflinkypals.blogspot.com/2013/06/its-friday-follow-along-linkup.html

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    1. i got the skewers at Target awhile ago but any sparkler skewers would work :) thanks so much Heather and i'm all linked up! :)

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  5. Great idea! I'm pinning this to do for my little boy next year (when he'll "get it" lol)

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    1. LOL! yeah i guess it would be a little hard for a youngster to understand uncle sam! heehee thanks so much For My Love Of! :>D

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  6. Healthy delicious fun food is always a great idea and the skewers just add that extra sparkle.

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    1. you got that right Linda! i find it amazing i even have a healthy fruit on my blog! LOL thanks again! :)

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    1. thank you Gena! it's one of my rare easy peasy food crafts! :>D

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  8. What a great idea for 4th of July breakfast! We would love for you to share at our new Super Summer Saturday party here: http://www.thechirpingmoms.com/2013/06/super-summer-saturday.html

    Thanks!
    Julie

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    1. ok i'll swing over Julie! thanks so much :>D

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  9. It's been a while since I've stopped by....had to come see what fun you've been up to! These fruity firecrackers are so cute....and easy! Perfect!

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    1. oh i'm so happy you came by Cathy! thank you so much! welcome back and please come by again :>D

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  10. So awesome! Firecracker fruit... That's a brilliant idea, and such a healthy and fun snack. My daughter would love it. I might have to make this for her! Thanks for sharing @ Submarine Sunday!!!

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    1. it is healthy isn't it? and no candy melt? what's wrong with me? LOL thanks again T'onna for stopping by and of course for your party! :)

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  11. Always love a healthy and fun snack/dessert idea to make holidays more fun. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. yes healthy and fun snacks should show up more here on the blog Tammy! LOL :>D thanks so much!

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  12. Love the firecracker fruit! Found you on the Cupcakes and Crinoline party! Love this!

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    1. thank you so much Organized Island! and i always like when people tell me how they found me so double thank you thank you! :)

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  13. So Cute!! Glad I found you on Pint Sized Baker!

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    1. thank you Laura! and double thank you thank you to you too for letting me know how you found me :)

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  14. So cute and I love that it's simple enough to do for a last minute treat on the 4th! I pinned. Thanks for linking up to Project Inspire{d}!

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    1. it is pretty simple! so unlike my usual stuff-LOL thanks Randi! :)

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  15. These are too fun Lisa! I know my boys would LOVE them!

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    1. yay! a healthy treat for your boys. thank you Trish! :)

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  16. Featured and PINNED! Your friend, Linda

    http://www.craftsalamode.com/2013/07/what-to-do-weekends-27.html

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    1. HAPPY and EXCITED! thank you SOOOO much Linda! :>D

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  17. Loving the flames! Too cute! What a fun idea. Pinned! Thanks for sharing on Two Cup Tuesday!

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    1. yippee! can't thank you enough for the pin Karyn! i SOOO appreciate it! :)

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  18. Hi Lisa - Love the firecrackers! Kids who are picky eaters would be all over these and woo hoo - HEALTHY!!! Thanks for sharing at the Patriot's Palooza party. Hugs, Holly

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    1. can you believe i actually have a HEALTHY snack here? i need to do more of these i know! my kids would appreciate it! lol thanks again and again Holly! :)

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  19. Stopping by from the Patriot's Palooza party--this is such a cute idea!! I have a friend that makes healthy coconutter spreads that go great on fruits if this is the type of snack you have in your house often, you can see some of her creations here: http://instagram.com/sweetspreads#

    Thank you for sharing!! :)

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    1. coconutter? Ooo that sounds yummy Twenties Chic! i'll have to check it out :) thanks SO much for stopping by! :)

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