Snack Boxes! If your child is constantly asking for a snack in between meals throughout the day, why not make them a "snack box" that's always on hand whenever they feel the need to snack? Thanks to Life is Sooo Good for this pic: peaches, nectarines, oranges, grapes, carrots, cucumbers, cheese, olives, pickles, dry cereal, nuts, dried blueberries, and yogurt covered raisins. The possibilities are endless!
From the very creative Lisa Storms "I just cut off the crust from the sides and bottom beginning where the loaf dips in. I wanted him to "talk" so I added a Cheerio for an open mouth. The speech bubble is just punched cardstock. The eyes are slices of marshmallow with edible marker."
GINGERBREAD: I used a gingerbread man cutter and added a few raisins. Then I have hollies and berries for the fruit and veggie. Grapes for the berries and sliced cucumbers cut around the edges with a small circle for points.