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now this will surprise them, maybe dip the cuts in a little lemon juice and stick together with a little peanut butter or caramel, I have to try it!!!

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Fun Food! Apple slices, peanut butter and mini marshmallows. I made these for my residents at the nursing home and they loved them! You can make them really goofy by making them crooked, or leaving a gap, etc. They're laugh out loud fun!

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Fun and Healthy Animal Shaped Snacks! So easy and simple - help your picky eater try new foods in a fun way!

the boys ask for these all the time. I core the apples and add peanut butter. It took a few times to get the hang of carving the apple

apple grape cars: I always love seeing fruit presented in fun ways. I can imagine how little boys would crazy for this but I can think of two girls of my own who would be plenty amused! How do you make healthy treats fun?

Apple Monster Face Snacks - it's a fun summer snack for kids!

Animal Planet Bring your apples to life with edible arms and legs. To Make: Set out bowls of pretzel sticks, dried fruit, almonds, chocolate chips, and marshmallows. Use peanut butter or cream cheese as the "glue" for attaching.