Click through as I show you 25 Spring Snacks
When your kids are wilting on a hot day, these fruity flowers will perk them right up.
Simple sandwiches take on their own festive charm when shaped like blossoms.
Your child can't help the famously ravenous caterpillar turn into a butterfly, but she can help him metamorphose into a pizza! Shaping and topping dough are perfect jobs for a (supervised) young chef.
Little boys and girls love to play in the dirt, and these delicious dessert cups allow them to really enjoy it.
This silly-looking snack may appear to be moving at a snail's pace, but it goes together — and disappears — quick as a wink.
A crop of these tiny treats will add whimsy to any springtime celebration.
Here's an easy way to dress up an after-school snack.
Your kids will get a kick out of helping to shape this ssssssilly treat into a curvy strawberry-and-biscuit snake.
Spring is full of green, and so are these cute little aliens! Take one quick before they all disappear.
Create Toy Story inspired aliens with yummy spring fruits and veggies.
This frozen desert combines fresh honeydew, refreshing sorbet, and yummy chocolate to create a watermelon look-alike that's bursting with flavor.
Sweet WALL-E cookies are a perfect treat for spring picnics.
These cleverly engineered eggs with a mustardy zip and colorful sails are sure to become an instant favorite with your crew.
Celebrate the coming of spring with mini caramel apples.
Make playdate snacks extra special with a peek-a-boo cups - perfectly simple and silly.
These toothsome treats are a fun and healthy snack for after spring sports.
No matter when you prepare this for your child, their enthusiasm for lunch will bloom anew.
Made with dried pineapple petals and candy centers, these cheery cupcake blossoms are inspired by Iridessa's distinctive motif.
Create Sweet Meringue Mushrooms, a fairy craft inspired by the movie Tinker Bell. Enjoy this fun craft activity with your kids and family.
The scariest holiday of the year calls for chilling fare -- and these frosty pops fit the bill.
This sweet, bubbly drink looks like something scooped up from a pond - how fun for a playdate at a park or after feeding the ducks.
Replace ho-hum snacks with fun to eat (and make) treats.
Turn a cucumber into a Formula One racer with this creative idea.
These sourpusses are a clever way to slip vitamin C into your child's diet.
Invite your child to plant these "berry" delicious flowers on his or her plate.
25 Spring Snacks
Frozen Flower Pops
PB & J Blossom Sandwiches
The Very Tasty Caterpillar
Carrot Patch Cookies
Strawberry Shortcake Snake
Toy Story Green Alien Cupcakes
Toy Story Alien Bento Box
Sweet WALL-E Cookies
Deviled Egg Boats
Mini Caramel Apples
Ladybug Garden Bento Box
Iridessa's Good Luck Sunflower Cupcakes
Sweet Meringue Mushrooms
Frozen Frog Eggs
Build a Better Munchie
Cucumber Race Car with Radish Driver
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