Healthy and delicious — and definitely appealing "pizza".Vostock-Photo
Nothing says summer like watermelon, and while nature has already made it pretty appealing — with its bright red center and striped green skin — try this update for an extra-special treat.
2. Sprinkle the pizza with walnut crumbs, white and dark chocolate, mint or coconut chips.
Italian children aren’t the only ones who enjoy pasta. Spaghetti with sausage has traditionally been one of the most popular dishes for Russian students — from the Soviet era until today. There are a number crazy varieties of this dish, and you can be sure to get a good laugh from your kids if you serve them these “hairy” sausages.
2. Cook until pasta is al dente, about 6 minutes.
3. Drain and mix with butter. You can also sprinkle it with cheese or use black spaghetti to make the dish look even more creative.
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Surprise your kids with an unusual and delicious dessert with Soviet era roots: “kartoshka” cakes in the shape of hedgehogs. Although the cake’s name is derived from the word for potato, this dense chocolate treat was the delight of every kid in the U.S.S.R. Its shape and color make it easy to transform into a cute forest friend.
2. Stir in the powdered sugar and cocoa powder.
3. Pour in the condensed milk and the softened butter. Mix well with your hands.
4. Roll mixture into small balls, shape each into a “hedgehog” (snub nose, make the eyebrows).
5. Roll the “hedgehogs” in poppy seeds, leaving clean “faces”. Use dried berries to make eyes and noses, and then put “needles” of sunflower seeds on their backs.
6. Refrigerate for 2-3 hours before serving.
2. Add honey to the yolk, mix well.
3. Add the milk, whip again.
4. Add lemon juice.
5. Shake the white with sugar.
6. Pour the milk-yolk mixture into cups, filling them three-quarters’ full.
7. Cover with egg-white foam.
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