Space Food

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Karri Dennis


There is no exact measurement for this recipe, just add the ingrediants to your taste. Also great between two slices of bread.
My 2nd grade teacher taught us this recipe during class one day.


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5 Min


How to Make Space Food


  1. Add all ingrediants into a ziplock bag, close the bag and with your fingers, break the crackers and mix everything together.
  2. Then, with scissors, cut the tip off of one corner of the bag, just big enough to squeeze food through, and simply pipe food into your mouth.
  3. Or leave the crackers out of the bag and just mix the peanut butter and honey together and pipe onto crackers.

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About Space Food

Course/Dish: Other Desserts
Other Tag: For Kids

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