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After-School Snack Necklace

  • Prep 10 min
  • Total 10 min
  • Ingredients 5
  • Servings 1

Ingredients

12-18 inch string or ribbon

Variety of after-school snack items, to taste:

Mini pretzels
Cheerios™ cereal
Dried fruit chunks
Licorice

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

Have your little ones help create this recipe and you’ll also be working on their fine motor and pattern-making skills!

When kids get out of school, they’re usually on the hunt for food. After-school snacks are a staple for most households and a good opportunity to fill your young ones with the added fuel their body craves. This after-school snack necklace recipe is a fun, easy and wholesome snack alternative. Pick items that provide fiber or vitamins, combined with a few special treats that your child will enjoy. They’re also portable, making snacking on the go easy!

Directions

  • 1 Begin to create your necklace by stringing a pretzel to one end of the string or ribbon. Create a knot on the pretzel to secure the end.
  • 2 Now string the rest of the ingredients. Have fun by creating a pattern or a free-flow a design.
  • 3 Once you've reached your desired length, tie onto the anchor pretzel. Serve and enjoy after school or anytime your kids need a fun, quick snack!

When kids get out of school, they’re usually on the hunt for food. After-school snacks are a staple for most households and a good opportunity to fill your young ones with the added fuel their body craves. This after-school snack necklace recipe is a fun, easy and wholesome snack alternative. Pick items that provide fiber or vitamins, combined with a few special treats that your child will enjoy. They’re also portable, making snacking on the go easy!

Rate and Comment

Vanessa Bell Vanessa Bell
September 10, 2015

When kids get out of school, they’re usually on the hunt for food. After-school snacks are a staple for most households and a good opportunity to fill your young ones with the added fuel their body craves. This after-school snack necklace recipe is a fun, easy and wholesome snack alternative. Pick items that provide fiber or vitamins, combined with a few special treats that your child will enjoy. They’re also portable, making snacking on the go easy!