The game of Jenga is known for the art of picking the right piece to move. While our lives might feel a bit like this classic game right now, keep in mind, Jenga is also known for its ability to make us forget our worries, even if just for a moment. A new twist on the puzzling game is one of our favorite finds this week as we continue to bring you recipes and activities you can make from home.
“Life as Mama” brings us this new take on the game of Jenga. It includes writing down different activities on your game pieces; ten jumping jacks, a somersault, or a jog around the kitchen. Once a game piece is picked, that player has to complete that activity. It will get the family moving while spending time together.
After all that exercise, treat yourself to some dessert. Our Chocolate Caramel Pirouline Cookie Bark is one of our simplest recipes. It will only take you ten minutes to create and requires just four ingredients including Piroulines, chocolate chips, and caramel.
Ready for some more gaming? Maybe it’s time to try making one that’s larger than life. We absolutely adore this giant Connect Four from “A Girl and a Glue Gun.” All you need are some colored paper plates, a disposable tablecloth, and a marker. Good luck!
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring. Start the kids off with animal toast from “Our Ordinary Life.” They’ve taken simple ingredients like hazelnut spread or peanut butter and topped them off with fresh fruits to create animal faces. It’s an easy way to make breakfast more fun.
If you’re looking for a snack that’s perfect for cuddling on the couch, these Pirouline Cocoa Dunkers are worth the effort! They call for ten ingredients but will only take you 30 minutes to complete.
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