I love cartoon dalls. They are a great way to quickly showcase some favorite food without having to cook it. It is also a great way to get children involved in a cooking-themed activity. Dalls are quick, easy, and fun.
They also make great presents. You can make a dall from a bag of popcorn, fruit, candy, eggs, or whatever fits into your mouth. Most dalls come with cut-out windows and you can use them to display your favorite foods, such as candy, crackers, or popcorn.
My go-to dall in the kitchen is a bowl of popcorn in my microwave. It’s a super simple way to make a dall with my kids. They love popping into the microwave and eating their favorite food right then. You can make them into dalls too if you want, but you’ll have to take a few extra steps. Just make sure you’re not watching when you’re doing them.
The way I do it is pop open my microwave and pop a few popcorn kernels into a bowl. I then use a toothpick to poke holes in the popcorn, and then I use the holes to stick the popped kernels. My kids love it, and they get to eat and watch while I work on the rest of the dall. It’s one of my favorites.
The one thing that I wish I had done earlier was to make my kids eat my microwave. That would have made it a double win. Now that we have this one, you can add it to your list of “to-do” lists.
For some kids, dalling is a big deal. In our school, there are a few kids who sit all day to fix the playground equipment, and then they go play video games all night. For others, dalling is a game. Some kids just play because they can; others play because that’s the only time they eat. In our school, there are a few who dall every day just to get out of the house.