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Baloo's Bugle


August Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 10, Issue 1
September Theme

Soaring to New Heights
Webelos Citizen and Communicator
  Tiger Cub Achivement #1


CUB GRUB - Fun Food


Graham Cracker Kite

Santa Clara County Council

Frost half of a graham cracker.  One options is to use red string licorice and make a kite shape around the edges and middle of the cracker.  Decorate your kite.  Another option is to not use the licorice and use a decorating set and decorate it any way you like.  You can put colored sugar, sprinkles, other fancy things you buy in the store, raisins, chocolate chips, etc. on your kite.


Kite Toast

Santa Clara County Council

For each color, take 1 tablespoon milk (rice, soy, or cow's) and 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon sugar and mix it.  This makes quite a few pieces of toast. 

Cut the bread to be a shape of a kite.  Place some of the milk mixture in small jars, glasses, small margarine containers, or other containers. Add food coloring to each container.  Paint the bread using different colors.  Put the bread in the oven or a toaster oven.  Take it out when it is lightly brown.

Astronaut Pudding

Recycled from the June 2000 Baloo

Need: pudding mix, milk, zip lock bags

Use 1 tablespoon of chocolate (or any flavor) instant pudding in a Ziploc bag.  Add 1/4 cup of milk. Close the bag.  Squish up the pudding and milk mixture.  Poke a hole in the bag and suck it out.  Eat just like the astronauts with no utensils!! 



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