9 Fall Snack Ideas For Kids

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Finding healthy and fun snack ideas for kids can be a struggle.  Fall means Halloween and the temptation to eat candy, and lots of it. So, we rounded up 9 snack ideas from mom bloggers that you and the kids will love. It’s important to offer a healthy treat between the candy indulges.  If you don’t participate in Trick or Treat or if you missed Trick or Treat, we have a few candy/sweet treats too.  Let get the party started.  Here’s our roundup ideas:

  1. Jack O Lantern Snack Bag  from Made To Be A Momma.  First, this is one of my favorite snack bags.  The pumpkin faces are adorable, and kids love the cheese curls.  Also, I think cheese balls would work here too.  
  2. Pumpkin Oranges  from My Fussy Eater  – Second, my granddaughter loves cuties.  This would be a great family project too.  Decorate the cuties, and than eat them.
  3. Rice Krispy Turkey Legs  from Yahoo Makers – Next, these cute little drum sticks would make the perfect treat for a Thanksgiving school party or after dinner snack on Thanksgiving day. 
  4. Pretzel & Cheese Brooms  from One Little Project At A Time – Aren’t these little witch’s brooms adorable?  These are edible, cheese and a pretzel stick. Great snack combination.  
  5. Turkey Hand Snack Bag from That’s What Che Said – So, this is a great road trip snack ideas or a perfect hand out for a school party.   
  6. Turkey Vegetable Cup  from Organic Authority  – Looking for a healthy snack. I look for them too.  My grandson loves dipping celery and carrots in ranch dip.  I think he would love this cute little turkey cup.
  7. Indian Corn Thanksgiving Favors – from Shaken Together – This fun treat is actually Sixlets.  Personally, I have never heard of Sixlets and neither of my grandchildren has ever mentioned them.  However, they have chocolate in them so, they’re fine with me.
  8. Little Frankies  from Green Lunches Green Kids – I love this idea.  It’s simple, marshmallows and grapes.  
  9. Candy Corn Fruit Cups from Baby Blog Center – Last, but not least.  The color of candy corn is what brings this snack to life.  The bottom layer is pineapples, next cuties and a scoop of whipped cream.  Add a few candy corns, and the snack is complete.  

Finally, I hope you like our fall snack ideas for kids. My favorites are 1, 8 and 9.  My grandson loves Cheetos and my granddaughter loves fruit. What’s your favorite?  Also, you may like:  Fall Kindergarten Activities. 

Breakfast Ideas That Will Make Kids Smile

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Do you have a picky eater?  We’re going to give you a few ideas today that are sure to bring a smile to your kids face. We all know that getting kids to eat can be a struggle. We also know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so we need to make sure that it’s hardy and nutritious.  The one thing that we don’t think about when it comes to making meals for your children is fun. I found a way to make my grandchildren’s breakfast fun and exciting.

Wondering what I’ve come up with?  I’ve stocked up on pancake and waffle molds. It’s the perfect solution and fun way to start the day. When my grandchildren are visiting or I’m visiting them, they wake up every morning looking forward to helping me make their favorite pancakes or waffles.  Most importantly, I love watching them wait in  anticipation while they watch their favorite Saturday morning shows.  My stash includes: barnyard and zoo animals, dinosaurs, an airplane and a train. The barnyard and zoo animals are their favorites.

My grandchildren love them so much on mornings when I just don’t feel like making pancakes or waffles, and I try to bribe them with yogurt or some other quick meal, the majority of the time they don’t take the bribe.  They enjoy helping me mix the batter and watching me pour them into the molds.  I must admit enjoy eating a cow or pig pancake and elephants and lion waffles too. Seriously, they gobble them up and ask for seconds. When you clean your plate in my house, we call it a happy plate. They are proud to show me their happy plates.

I found these molds on e-bay.  They’re easy to use as long as you spray the molds well with PAM as well as the griddle.  I allow the molds to heat up before I pour the batter into them.  This ensures they lift from the batter easily.  I’ve found that a measuring cup or batter bottle works well in controlling the batter when pouring it into the molds.



Finally, make these fun pancakes with your children and they too will disappear. Add a few fresh strawberries or apple slices with the pancakes, and you’re guaranteed a happy plate too. Bon Appetit’!