If you've been a reader for a while, you know that my "day" job is a preschool teacher, which means I get to finger paint, sing, act silly, memorize Bible verses, teach phonics, and come up with all kinds of fun projects to keep my 4 year old sweeties engaged and learning. This week we were reviewing the vowels and digging into our unit on apples, so we made Apple Pizzas.
They turned out sooooo yummy and were such a
What You Need:
- can of refrigerated biscuits
- aluminum foil covered cookie sheet or jelly roll pan, lightly greased
- applesauce or grated fresh apples (can you guess which one I used?)
- cinnamon sugar for sprinkling
- Preheat oven according to biscuit package directions.
- Lay biscuits out onto foil-covered cookie sheet. We wrote their names in Sharpie beside each biscuit.
- Press the individual biscuits, flattening out to about 1/2 to 2/3 inch thick (the children can do this).
- Spread a layer of applesauce on top of the biscuit (the children did this with the backs of spoons).
- Sprinkle cinnamon sugar generously on top. :)
- Bake biscuits according to directions, plus a minute or two. The edges should be golden. The center will seem a little doughy to the touch because of the applesauce, but it will be done.
- Let cool a bit and enjoy!
Today I'm perusing one of my favorite home stores for more fall inspiration. I'll share with you next week, just in case you haven't found your autumn chi yet.
Have a great weekend. :)