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    Funny Foods for the Kidlets


    Funny Foods for the Kidlets

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    marshmellow snowman swimmen in the hot cocoa

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    This sky jello is quick to put together and makes a SUPER FUN dessert! It's great for parties, but easy enough that you could make it on a weeknight!

    Sky Jello with Fluffy Clouds

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    After School Snack Ideas. A fun way to combine fruits & veggies!

    Simple is Best: After School Snack Ideas

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    Strawberry mice snacks! All you need is strawberries, chocolate chips, and white chocolate chips!

    Repeat Crafter Me: Fruit Creations

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    Jolly ranchers into lollipops. Great way to show kids physical changes of matter. Also a yummy summer project.

    One Week till Turkey Day - Domestically Speaking

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    20+ healthy and fun kid snacks via @Lolly Jane {lollyjane.com}

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    OMG this hippo bread is the cutest thing that's ever happened to soup.

    Healthy Hungry Hippo Soup Recipe

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    St. Patrick's Day food fun!

    Neighbor Julia: St. Patrick's Day Fun!

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    20+ healthy and fun kid snacks! Just in time for summer!

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    Use marshmallows instead of bananas

    12 Genius Ways to Snack on Pretzels - Babble

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    64 Non-Candy Halloween Snack Ideas

    64 Healthy Halloween Snack Ideas For Kids (Non-Candy)

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    The ULTIMATE list of Halloween snacks and treats. Lots of non-candy ideas!!

    64 Healthy Halloween Snack Ideas For Kids (Non-Candy)

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    hot dog octopi

    Go ahead, play with your food (35 Photos)

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    quick and inexpensive - monster doughnuts - They are perfect for a Halloween party or as a classroom treat

    Monster Doughnuts

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    cute snack ideas

    The Maureau Memoirs: Tasteful Tuesday - "Snack Time"

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    Healthy Halloween! Cute !

    Healthy Halloween snack

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    Super fun! Easter egg lunch #easter

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    Happy Canada Day! #Canada_Day #Moose

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    hot dog snake

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    Spider Web Snacks

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    Grinch kabobs - mini marshmallow, strawberry, banana slice, grape.

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    If I was a kid, I would want my mom to make me this every day! How freakin cool! Worm sandwich!

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    Cut baby bell cheese in half, insert a small piece of straw in the bottom, and serve these adorable umbrellas as snacks at a baby shower!

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    Regardless of your age, snack time is more fun when you combine nutritious fruit and colorful toppings. Our weekend recipe lets you play with your food by rolling banana pops in graham cracker crumbs, dried fruit or coconut for a sweet treat.
 
 When selecting the honey that serves as the “glue,” read product labels to ensure you’re purchasing 100% pure honey.
 
 Frozen Honey Banana Pops
 
 Makes 8 pops
 
 4 just-ripe bananas, peeled
 8 craft sticks
 1/2 cup honey
 11/3 cups finely chopped nuts, coconut, carob chips, dried fruit, graham cracker crumbs, etc.
 
 Cut bananas in half crosswise. Insert a craft stick into each cut end. Freeze for at least 30 minutes on a wax paper-lined tray.
 Meanwhile, spread desired toppings onto separate plates.
 Spoon about 1 tablespoon of honey over each slightly frozen banana, rotating and smoothing honey with back of spoon to coat all sides.
 Roll banana in desired topping until coated on all sides, pressing with fingertips to help toppings adhere.
 Return pops to wax paper-lined tray and repeat with remaining bananas. Freeze pops 15 minutes or more to set toppings. Serve.
 
 Note: Because you’re dedicated to organic living, OrganicAuthority.com recommends using certified organic ingredients, when available, in all recipes to maximize flavor, while minimizing your risk of exposure to pesticides, chemicals and preservatives.
 
 Recipe and photo courtesy of the National Honey Board

    Regardless of your age, snack time is more fun when you combine nutritious fruit and colorful toppings. Our weekend recipe lets you play with your food by rolling banana pops in graham cracker crumbs, dried fruit or coconut for a sweet treat.    Frozen Honey Banana Pops    Makes 8 pops        4 just-ripe bananas, peeled      8 craft sticks      1/2 cup honey      11/3 cups finely chopp...

    Regardless of your age, snack time is more fun when you combine nutritious fruit and colorful toppings. Our weekend recipe lets you play with your food by rolling banana pops in graham cracker crumbs, dried fruit or coconut for a sweet treat. Frozen Honey Banana Pops Makes 8 pops 4 just-ripe bananas, peeled 8 craft sticks 1/2 cup honey 11/3 cups finely chopp...

    Frozen Honey Banana Pops - Organic Authority

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    Play With Your Food! 50 Fun Ways to Feed Your Kids

    Play With Your Food! 60 Fun Ways to Feed Your Kids

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