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Posted February 16, 2018 04:06:53 My kids were just about to start their second birthday party this past Saturday, and I decided to spread some candy for them, with the goal of giving them the experience of a lifetime.
Here’s how: First, we need to put some candy on a plate.
This is where the spreader comes in handy.
The plate has to be at least 6 inches (15 centimeters) in diameter.
If you’re not sure what size is the right size, here’s a handy chart: The spreader needs to be placed in the center of the plate, with at least two feet of candy spread.
This way, when they get to the edge of the circle, you know it’s really spreadable.
Next, you need to fill your spreader with candy.
I use a 3.5 ounce (100 grams) bag of Cheerios spread for my kids.
I’m not sure why, but I just love how sweet the spread tastes.
Next is to place your kids in the spread.
When you’re done, it’s time to put the candy back in the bag.
This time, the spreaders are at least 4 inches (10 centimeters) apart.
You can also place the spread with a spoon.
This makes it easier to eat and gives the spread some texture.
If the kids like it, they’ll probably want to eat more candy, so I’d recommend going to the next step: spreading with a fork.
With your fork, you spread the spread evenly across the candy.
This works best if you’re in a quiet place, so you don’t disturb the kids.
After spreading with your fork and fork, it is time to use your hands to spread the candy into the dish.
The spreaders needs to go around the sides of the dish so that it doesn’t spread into the sides.
You need to spread evenly so that your children don’t get too close to the sides and spill any of the candy around.
You want to keep the spread spreadable so that you can handle any spills from kids trying to eat too much candy.
The end result is that it looks like a big, fluffy, spreadable mess.
It’s also very easy to clean up.
If your kids want to clean it up after they finish eating, they can take the spread out with a clean fork or spoon and wipe it down with water.
If they’re not ready to eat, just pour it out of the mouth and eat the rest.
This spread is great for babies, toddlers, and kids ages 5 to 14.
It makes a great party dish and a great birthday gift.