Presidents’ Day is a great time to teach kids about how our forefathers grew up in log cabins and worked the land with their own two hands. This pretzel log cabin is a fun and edible history lesson in the making!
The best way to achieve a precise pretzel fit on the structure's windows and door is to nibble the pretzel's ends down to size.
Ask children to save their milk carton from their school lunch and wash them out thoroughly before using.
This is an edible craft project, just be sure you check for allergies, especially if using peanut butter as your glue.
You can make this a larger project using any box and large pretzel logs.
Cut the top flap of the milk carton off and tape or hot glue it closed to form the roof.
Spread chocolate frosting or peanut butter on one side of milk carton then cover with pretzels. Repeat this step all over the milk carton until log cabin is complete. You may need to break the tips off of some of the pretzels to make then fit up the sides.
Break a square cracker in half, then break one of the halves in half. Spread some frosting or peanut butter on the back of the first half. “Glue” it to the front of the cabin as the door. Repeat this step with a smaller broken piece for the window.
Spread some frosting or peanut butter to the bottom of Rolo and stick to the roof.