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    • Cookies -- Votes: 31
    • Cupcakes -- Votes: 10
Which would you do? *poll* *Dani* WitchBitch Inlaw! 18 kids; Elkhart, Indiana 10122 posts
12th Feb '13

I have to make something for my son's class for tomorrow. I can ethier make cookies or cupcakes. Have the stuff for both. Its his valentines party. Hes 4 and the class is about 10 3-4 year olds. Which would u make?

Kimmy Gibbler 2 kids; Grapevine, Texas 8039 posts
12th Feb '13

When in doubt, always make cupcakes! Lol



As long as you have the time, that is. :)

Mommy of TWO <3 2 kids; Maryland 731 posts
12th Feb '13

When I think cupcakes and kids I think icing and mess lol. I choose cookies.

Sarah ♥ K&K 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Golden Coast, CA, United States 116766 posts
12th Feb '13

Cookies seem like they would make less of a mess for that age group.




Are you allowed to take homemade baked goods? We can only bring store bought.

Tori Loutzenhiser 2 kids; Nebraska 236 posts
12th Feb '13

I would do cookies. They make less mess and if they do get messy it's easier to clean up.

*Dani* WitchBitch Inlaw! 18 kids; Elkhart, Indiana 10122 posts
12th Feb '13
Quoting Asher's mommy [Expecting :" When in doubt, always make cupcakes! Lol As long as you have the time, that is. :)"


I have teh time!!! :D So all is good there. I am going to bake today and frost tomorrow! :D

Kimmy Gibbler 2 kids; Grapevine, Texas 8039 posts
12th Feb '13
Quoting Sarah Bare-ah♡:" Cookies seem like they would make less of a mess for that age group. Are you allowed to take homemade baked goods? We can only bring store bought."


That sucks! :(

existentialism 2 kids; Texas 16990 posts
12th Feb '13

Cookies are easier and less mess.

Krystal +2 Boys 2 kids; Kentucky 914 posts
12th Feb '13

when you said cupcakes i thought of my three yearold and what a mess. so i picked cookies

lolajessup Due July 25 (girl); 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44057 posts
12th Feb '13

Cookies are less messy and they'll actual probably eat them. I teach prek and cupcakes get the frosting l****d off, the cake crumbled all over the floor, stepped and mushed into shoes, rubbed off Into the carpet, and thrown in the trash haha. You could ice the cookies real cute like a cupcake but save the teacher(s) some clean up.

Destinite 1 child; 2 angel babies; Paradise, FL, United States 31292 posts
12th Feb '13

Cupcakes! We cannot make our own treats for the class. They only allow store bought stuff & I am a master cupcake maker. It's painful to have to buy things I can make better at home.
Last week, I made from scratch strawberry cupckes with sb buttercream fosting. Then I made a batch of marshmallow fondant and cut out little hearts. So delicious.

*Dani* WitchBitch Inlaw! 18 kids; Elkhart, Indiana 10122 posts
12th Feb '13
Quoting Destinite:" Cupcakes! We cannot make our own treats for the class. They only allow store bought stuff & I am ... [snip!] ... cupckes with sb buttercream fosting. Then I made a batch of marshmallow fondant and cut out little hearts. So delicious."


can i have a recipie for the marshmellow fondont? I wanna try to make that!!!

Vitameatavegamin 19 kids; League City, Texas 5829 posts
12th Feb '13

Cupcakes are more fun to make/decorate, but I'd opt for sugar cookies cut out into heart shapes and decorate with white icing and red/pink sprinkles! Less mess because the icing will harden and go in their mouth easier, and they'd still be cute!

*Dani* WitchBitch Inlaw! 18 kids; Elkhart, Indiana 10122 posts
12th Feb '13
Quoting Lady GooGoo
Destinite 1 child; 2 angel babies; Paradise, FL, United States 31292 posts
12th Feb '13
Quoting *Dani* WitchBitch Inlaw!:" can i have a recipie for the marshmellow fondont? I wanna try to make that!!!"


Sure! It was really easy, IMO.
http://www.food.com/recipe/marshmallow-fondant-255227?layout=desktop