Kid Friendly Snacks
Zipzicle GHOST Pops! Supplies: 4 squares white fabric 8in x 8in, 4 cotton balls, 4 pcs orange ribbon, 8 eyes, 4 craft sticks,1 9" foam pumpkin,8 Zipzicle ice-pops (see www.zipzicles.com) Ghosts: Glue a cotton ball to top of each stick. Wrap cotton with fabric and tie with ribbon to form neck. Glue eyes on each ghost.Pumpkin: Cut eight evenly spaced 1.5 x 1 inch rectangles along top rim of foam pumpkin ( 2 inches deep). Place Zipzicles in holes. Hang ghosts Also shown haunted house silhouettes.
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Homemade Fruit and Veggie Gummy Snacks. These are a hit with the kids. They don't even know they are getting a full serving of fruit and veggies in these yummy snacks!!
Grain Free, Paleo Corn Dogs via www.DeliciouslyOr...
Frozen Yogurt Berries -best summertime snack ever
Cinnamon Honey “Fried” Bananas
Homemade gummy bears! All natural ingredients. Want to try this instead of fruit snacks!
Easy, healthy homemade fruit snacks! (and no impossible-to-pronounce chemicals necessary!) :) - I will be making these!
strawberries dried in the oven. 3 hrs at 210 degrees.
Sliced banana, peanut butter, dipped in chocolate then frozen for a summer treat!
School Lunch Roundup from 100 Days of Real Food. I had trouble pinning this myself, so I repinned instead. This blogger has some out-of-this-world ideas for school lunches. If more kids ate this way, or even close to it, childhood obesity would drop drastically. It's quite a kick to read through all the lunches--check it out!
Date Shake Popsicles
Fruit Roll Ups : 2 cups organic strawberries & ¼ tsp cinnamon Blend the fruit until smooth, then spread onto a Teflex sheet or a parchment-lined baking sheet. If using an oven, leave it on at the lowest temperature until the fruit is dry (times will vary depending on the oven). Cut into strips and store in a glass container in the refrigerator.
Apples for school snacks...no browning!