While paging through an issue of Family Fun Magazine in the doctors office last year, I came upon this cute idea that I just had to try!
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Use a sugar ice cream cone and fill it with a healthy trail mix to create a cornucopia treat. we save all the small bits of left over snacks for a month a mix them all togther. Things you might wish to add are pretzels, goldfish crackers, assorted cereals, raisins, chocolate chips, mini marshmallows and anything else you might have on hand.
Apple Smile Snack
This simple & healthy apple smile snack is a fun way to celebrate dental health week, an apple theme or just to get a little smile out of your preschoolers.
Fourth of July Flag Snack
Graham crackers, vanilla yogurt, licorice peels and blueberries make up this cute Fourth of July flag snack.
This recipe yields 25 cupcakes and is a wonderful, healthy alternative to ice cream.
A new twist on everyone’s favorite campfire snack. Smores scream summer and fall but I decided to try a new spin on an old favorite.
This simple snack can be prepared ahead of time or assembled by the children themselves. You can substitute white chocolate wings or regular pretzel wings. There are so many possibilities for this snack.
Here is a really fun way to serve up lunch to your children. Some children think that they are jelly fish, some think they are squids. Either way, when served up with catsup or spaghetti sauce they make a wonderful meal or snack.
Looking to serve up some snack time fun? How about creating individual Jell-O aquariums? A new feature of NuttinbutPreschool.com will be scrumptious Saturday snacks. Two Saturdays a year, I will feature a new snack for you to make and enjoy with your children.