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  • Pretzel Spiders Recipe

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    The children will enjoy creating their very own spider for snack.


  • Sailing Sandwiches

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    The children will enjoy creating and eating their own "boat sandwich".


  • Banana Caterpillar Recipe

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    This snack is fun to make and yummy to eat.


  • Tortilla Snowflakes

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    Sue Goebel's children enjoy creating their own snowflake snack with scissors and flour tortillas.


  • Apple Boats

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    Let each child create an "Apple Boat" and then eat it!


  • Vegetable People

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    Children will learn about different vegetables and that they are good to eat with this recipe.


  • Apple Sandwich

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    Try this recipe using various varieties of apples.


  • Peanut Butter Pumpkins

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    Each child can make their own fun snack!


  • Tomato Worms

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    Encourage children to eat vegetables by making fun animal shapes from them!


  • Baggie Bread

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    This is a recipe for homemade yeast rolls which each child can make themselves using a Ziplock baggie.


  • Banana Crunch Pop

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    Bananas have vitamin C, to develop a strong immune system.


  • Ham and Cheddar Roll-Ups

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    Low fat crescent rolls can be used in this recipe.


  • Mexican Haystacks

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    Let the kids build their own haystack!


  • Breakfast Tortilla

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    A simple snack that the kids can help make!


  • Fruit and Cheese Kabobs

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    Let the kids create their own artful snack using pretzels, fruit, meat and cheese.


  • Bite Stuffers

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    Have the kids help you make these easy snacks which consist of bread dough stuffed with turkey or cheese.


  • Bambinos

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    For less fat try this recipe with turkey pepperoni.


  • Mini-Mexican Pizza

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    English muffins, refried beans plus pizza toppings for a nice snack!


  • Pita Pocket Pizza

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    Teach healthy eating and make these pita pockets with the children.


  • Go Fish Snack

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    Let the kids play 'go fish' with their snack. Since this snack provides two components we suggest serving it with water.


  • Yellow Squash Sandwiches

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    Make sandwiches with squash slices after exploring the feel and smell of the squash.


  • Chimp Chompers

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    Banana rolled in peanut butter, fruit spread, dried fruit and wrapped in a tortilla.


  • Stuffed Spud

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    Putting vegetables on top of a potato gives a fun and appealing look to a meal. Choose any vegetables you like, or use up leftovers from a different meal.


  • Fruity Toast

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    Add any type of fruit in season to make this a healthy, fun breakfast all year round.


  • Roly Poly Roll-Up Wraps

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    Sandwiches and wraps are great places to add fruits and vegetables to your child's diet.


  • Bowties

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    Allow kids to pick colors they would like to try and add vegetables from each color group to change the look and taste of this dish. Bowties can also be served for snack.


  • Submarine Sandwich

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    Use leftover chicken, turkey or tuna as well as any leftover vegetables to change this sandwich.


  • Speckled Salad

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    The vegetable layers in this salad make it colorful and fun. Let the kids do the layering of vegetables and pouring of the dressing.


  • Rock-n-Roll-Ups

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    Allow kids to make their own wraps by scooping the vegetables onto their tortilla. You can also use chicken or turkey for protein.


  • Watermelon Pizza

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    An adorable way to serve watermelon in a shape that kids love.


  • Crunchy Fruit Kabobs

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    Fruit kabobs rolled in creamy yogurt, then crunchy granola. Fun to eat, easy to make!


  • Gooey Towers

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    A fun cracker stacker with the flavors of "ants on a log"


  • Cucumber Canoes

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    A fun boat made out of cucumbers and carrots and stuffed with protein-rich cottage cheese.


  • Taco Bowls

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    Individual, kid-sized taco salads in bowls they can eat! This is a great recipe to serve family-style with bowls of toppings for children to assemble their own.


  • Breakfast Apple Pizzas

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    These are the quintessential after-school snack: crunchy, juicy, sweet and hearty.