Beat Summer Boredom with Snacktivities
Keep the littles in your life busy in the kitchen and their tummies full with these hands-on, interactive snacktivities. Part activity and part snack, these recipes are not only easy to prepare using common pantry ingredients, but are a fun way to enjoy an afternoon together. Here are a few of our favorites:
Pure honey, food coloring and sprinkles – need we say more? Let your imagination run wild with this colorful and creative recipe. Not only will you add a bit of magic to the day, but you can use up those leftover holiday sprinkles.
Kids love fruit snacks – and now they can learn to make them at home using real ingredients (and none of that processed stuff!). Berries, fruit juice, gelatin and pure honey make these jiggly bite-sized treats a delicious snack everyone will love.
Take your popcorn game to the next level and mix in pretzels, dried fruit and nuts for fun spin on kettle corn. If you are feeling adventurous, have the little ones choose extra additions like goldfish crackers or cereals to add to the mix. Pair with your favorite family-friendly movie or a trip to the park for a fun summer afternoon.
No Bake Peanut Butter Cookie Bites
Wash those little hands and roll up your sleeves because everyone can have a job with this recipe. From mixing in rolled oats, creamy peanut butter and pure honey to rolling out the mixture into bite-sized balls, this recipe is equal parts interactive and delicious. And bonus – no waiting for these cookie bites to bake! You can enjoy them immediately.