The milky way

Yield: 4 servings

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Who says you can't have fun with after school snacks? And because the
Cheese slices in these snacktivities are made with the goodness of milk,
This is one Milky Way Galaxy that really lives up to its name.
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Peel a large, thick carrot, cut lengthwise into ¼ inch thick slices. Cut out shape with cutter. Stack carrot and cheese single cut outs. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% %%%%% APPLE OR PEAR STARS %%%%% %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Slice one unpeeled apple or pear into ⅛ inch slices horizontally, remove core, brush with lemon juice. Cut shapes out of apple and two cheese single slices. Stack alternately with fruit. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% %%%%% HAM MOONS %%%%% %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Cut shapes out of 1-2 slices of ham and 1-2 slices cheese singles. Stack alternately until desired height is reached. Origin: Kraft What's Cooking magazine, 9th issue. Shared by: Sharon Stevens, Oct/94.

Submitted By SHARON STEVENS On 10-04-94

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