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My kids are busy. If they are not out riding bikes or playing with friends, they are asking me to play volleyball with them or to bake. All three LOVE to bake. I blame the cooking shows but am secretly proud of them for wanting to hone their skills. It could come in handy later, after all, as I see a weeknight – or seven – where I do not have to make dinner anymore. But, can I be honest a second here, I almost cringe at letting them have at it in the kitchen. They make such a huge mess!! All over themselves, the surfaces and even the dogs sometimes. Yes, they drop things on the dogs. To help calm me down, I keep a healthy supply of Cottonelle® FreshCare Flushable Wipes on hand. Just as I rely on Cottonelle® Ultra ComfortCare® Toilet Paper, I know that this brand will help me keep my kids sticky free. Even when Sarah makes her Sticky Pull-Apart Bread.
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We moms know that wipes and quality toilet paper are a MUST when raising children. Years ago I realized that Cottonelle® Ultra ComfortCare® Toilet Paper was the softest, thickest, most absorbent and comfortable Cottonelle® Toilet Paper there was. I also like that in just 12 rolls, I get 48 single rolls which means I change it less.
Because we all know the kids won’t be changing it.
A while back I added Cottonelle® FreshCare Flushable Wipes because… kids. Adding these to my grocery list was easy thanks to Walmart Online Grocery service. I order, I pick it up and everything comes home with me! I add ALL of my needs from Walmart to my list, from food to toiletries to Cottonelle® FreshCare Flushable Wipes because it save me SO much time.
Cottonelle® FreshCare Flushable Wipes are the BEST add ever to the back of the toilet. The CleaningRipples™ texture provides softness while removing more which cleans better versus using dry bath tissue alone (wet + dry = superior clean†)! It was when my daughter brought the out to wipe the paws of one of the dogs that I realized these wipes have more ways I can use them!
So now I carry them in the car, in my bags, leave a pack by the back door for the dogs and even wipe down dirty guinea pigs on occasion! They are 100% flushable and the No. 1 Flushable Wipe Brand among national flushable wipe brands.
They are most often used in the kitchen, however, for sticky fingers and faces that have a way of spreading! Especially when Sarah is making her Sticky Pull-Apart Bread. This is a very easy recipe that my kids love. You can set them loose with it and they love the accomplished feeling of a delicious desert that is fun to eat!
- 1 TBSP butter or margarine, melted
- 1 TBSP light corn syrup
- 2 TBSP light brown sugar
- 1 TBSP finely chopped pecans
- 2 cans frozen buttermilk biscuits
- 1 TBSP granulated sugar
- ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- Heat oven to 375°F. Line cookie sheet with foil; set aside. Spray ramekins with cooking spray. In small bowl, mix topping ingredients; divide evenly between custard cups.
- Place biscuits on microwavable plate. Microwave uncovered on Medium (50%) 50 to 60 seconds, turning over halfway through microwave time. Cut each biscuit into 8 pieces.
- In quart-size resealable freezer plastic bag, mix granulated sugar and cinnamon; add biscuit pieces. Shake pieces in sugar mixture. Evenly divide biscuit pieces between ramekins on top of pecan mixture. Place cupcake cups on cookie sheet.
- Bake 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown; cool 1 minute. Turn upside down onto serving plates; remove ramekins. Serve warm.
How fun is this? With Cottonelle® FreshCare Flushable Wipes available to wipe off sticky fingers, the kids got to bake, eat and enjoy without me losing my mind!
A combination of dry + wet = superior clean† works in my house. With kids, pets, and even me, quality toilet paper is a must. Adding the wipes to the game is just smart!
What recipes do you let your kids make?
† using dry + moist together vs. dry alone