Fun Kids Kitchen

Rice Krispies

4 . 2014

The original Rice Krispies cereal was created by Kellogg's Cereal Company in 1928

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Lychee is rich in dietary fiber to help maintain optimum regularity and a healthy weight

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Cinnamon has many health benefits. It has shown promise in the treatment of diabetes, arthritis, high cholesterol, memory function, and even leukemia and lymphoma

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Scone

10 . 2013

A scone is a single-serving cake or quick bread. They are usually made of wheat, barley or oatmeal, with baking powder as a leavening agent, and are baked on sheet pans. They are often lightly sweetened and are occasionally glazed.

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Mango Pudding

10 . 2013

The mango is native to southern Asia, especially Burma and eastern India. It spread early on to Malaya, eastern Asia and eastern Africa. Mangos were introduced to California (Santa Barbara) in 1880.

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Pasta Salad

8 . 2013

One of the staple foods that finds place in many homes on a daily basis is none other than Pasta. Not only is pasta a very versatile and nutritious food, it is also relatively inexpensive.

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Vietnam extending 1,650 km north to south, the country is only 50 km across at its narrowest point. The conquest of Vietnam by France began in 1858 and was completed by 1884. It became part of French Indochina in 1887.

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Pumpkin Soup

8 . 2013

Pumpkins contain potassium and Vitamin A. Pumpkins are 90 percent water. Pumpkin flowers are edible and tasty. The largest pumpkin ever grown weighed 1,140 pounds.

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Rainbow Cookie

8 . 2013

The first cookies were created by accident. Cooks used a small amount of cake batter to test their oven temperature before baking a large cake. These little test cakes were called "koekje", meaning "little cake" in Dutch.

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Corn flakes, a very popular breakfast cereal, which was originally manufactured by Kellogg's through the treatment of corn, was accidentally invented by a doctor by the name of John Harvey Kellogg and so it got its name.

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