Monday, November 2, 2009


Hello and Happy Monday!!

I have a random question for you all that I need help with!!

My classroom is putting together a basket for a silent auction at our school. Our classroom theme for the basket is COOKING! I am really excited about it! Parents are bringing in some great goodies for it!

Here is my random question...does anyone know of any free printable blank recipe cards that I can find online?!? I thought it would be a cool idea to send some home and get the parents to put in their fave recipes for the basket for the winner!

Also...let me know of some of YOUR favorite recipes that I might be able to include!

Thanks for the help!!




suburban prep said...

try this site.

otherwise try going to Joanns or Michaels they sometimes have them at 50 cents or 1.00

Amber said...

Another cheap way is to hand out 4x6 note cards. That's what I use for my recipes!

I agree with the previous commentor-Joann's or Micheal's or even Hobby Lobby if you have one!

Lacey Bean said...

I've just googled "free printable recipe cards" and usually a bunch of templates that you can get come up. Also - my fave recipe of all time is something my Dad always makes - spaghetti pie! SO GOOD!

Headbands and Hand Bags said...

I don't know about ones to download, but I would love to donate some to your class! If you want to e-mail me your address I could mail some off today!
I am not kidding, I know right where to find some super cute ones!

The Pink Chick said...

Microsoft usually has templates, but I like the idea of the 4X6 index cards. You could let your kids decorate the back and it would make them even more special!

Brittany and Charlie-Social Butterfly said...

I don't know of any but I am sure if you google it there are some. Good luck...what a fun theme:)

Caro said...

Peanut butter cookies!!!

1/2 cup butter
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup white granulated sugar
1 egg
1/2 cup smooth peanut butter
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp. vanilla

Cream butter with an electric mixer. Add sugars (white and brown) gradually, beating until creamy. Mix in egg, peanut butter, salt and baking soda. Blend in flour, slowly. Add vanilla dn mix well.

Roll into small balls and place on a greased cookie sheet. Press the balls flat with a floured fork.

Bake in a pre-heated 350° F. oven for 10 to 12 mintues.

Makes 4 1/2 to 5 dozen cookies.

CanadianMama said...

kraft canada had some last year; they were super cute. Maybe google them?
What a great idea!

Katiesperk said...

Triscuit Dip

1 can quartered artichoke hearts in water
1 cup mayo
2 cups shredded parmesan cheese

1. Chop and drain artichoke hearts.
2. Mix artichokes, mayo, 1 ½ cups of cheese and oregano.
3. Spoon into a sprayed baking dish and top with the remaining cheese.
4.Bake for 30 minutes at 350 or until heated through and bubbly.
5.Serve with triscuits, or assorted crackers.

Summer @ B is for Brown said...

this is a great idea! i have plenty. i have holiday recipe cards. would those help!?

♥Aubrey said...

What an awesome idea!!! Wish my kids had you for a teacher...i bet you're the sweetest :)

Rachel Follett said...

Creature Comforts always has cute freebies. Here is one

Good luck!

Summer @ B is for Brown said...

Did you send me an email? I cannot remember? I looked and cannot find it. :( My email is I am all over the place today. AHHHH! Sorry for being so scatterbrained.

When is the deadline?


~KS said...

I found an Etsy gal who created the most adorable template for me for only $15... and you can print as many as you want. You could even use them at home if you want too...

Let me know if you'd want the site.

PS- This is a GREAT idea!!

Polka Dot Sally said...

Carli has some free printable Thanksgiving recipe cards up on her blog at (cute!)