Looking for easy patriotic snacks to make with your kids? These red, white and blue snacks are just what you need. Tons of kid-friendly recipes that are perfect for 4th of July, Memorial Day or Veteran’s Day.
Easy Patriotic Snacks to Make with your Kids
Kids are always excited when it comes to the holidays.
And they are equally excited to help create anything to eat or decorate.
Today’s post is full of simple, kid-friendly patriotic snack ideas that they will be able to help make or even make on their own.
It’s the perfect way to get them in on the festivities.
Patriotic Snacks for Kids: Easy Red, While and Blue Snack Ideas
Your kiddos are gonna love these fun and easy recipes that they can help create.
These red, white and blue snack ideas are kid-friendly and perfect for your next patriotic celebration.
All you need for this healthy patriotic treat is a star shaped cookie cutter. Slice a watermelon into 1 inch rounds and use the cookie cutter to make your stars. Toss in the blueberries and strawberries and you are all set! You could also add white raspberries or mini marshallows for the “white” if you felt it was necessary 😉
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Hi, I'm Lauren Tingley; a working, teacher-mom of two who tried to "do it all" and ended up losing myself in the process. Determined to find joy in modern motherhood I discovered simplifying was the answer. Now I share tips for fun family activities, minimalist homemaking and simple parenting advice on Simply Well Balanced for families looking to create more balance in their homes. My ideas and advice has been shared by Parents Magazine, Good Housekeeping and Women's First.Read more about me!Or follow me on Pinterest or Instagram
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