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The Ultimate Group Snack Guide for Teams, Classroom, Scouts and more
For Teams, Classroom, Scouts & more
Look up the word “snack” in the
dictionary, you’ll find this definition: food
eaten between regular meals. But
as a parent, you know there’s so much
more to it. Kids need them for class
parties, on the field, and more. But don’t
worry! FamilyFun magazine and
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of new snack recipes to try.
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Need something for the classroom snack or a small get together? Each recipe
scales up or down easily so you can make just enough to fit the crowd.
Spread 4 dozen pretzel squares
on a parchment-lined baking sheet.
Melt ½ cup white candy melts.
Place the melted candy in a ziptop
bag and snip off a corner. Drizzle
each pretzel with candy, then
immediately top with freeze-dried
strawberries (you’ll need about
½ cup total). Let the candy set. Store
in an airtight container.
Keep the kids happy at your holiday party with
a no-mess project. Using our template, cut face
pieces and hooves from dark and light brown
felt. Adhere each hoof with double-sided tape
to a packaged candy cane.
In a blender, combine 2 ripe bananas,
1¼ cups quick oats, ½ cup all-purpose
flour, 2 tsp. baking powder, ¼ cup packed
dark brown sugar, ¼ tsp. cinnamon, ¾
cup vanilla yogurt, and 2 eggs. Puree
until smooth. Dice a large pear and
fold in all but ½ cup of it. Pour batter
into a greased muffin tin and top
with remaining fruit. Bake in a 350°F
oven until the muffins are light brown
around the edges and a toothpick comes
out clean, turning halfway through,
about 25 minutes. Let cool in the pan 5
minutes then transfer to a cooling rack.
Refrigerate until ready to eat. Makes 12.
Frozen Yogurt Pops
In a blender, combine 6 bananas, 3 cups
plain yogurt, 2 Tbs. honey and a splash of
vanilla extract. Puree until smooth.
Pour the mixture into ice pop molds or
paper cups and freeze 45 minutes.
Insert craft sticks, then freeze until solid,
about 6 hours. Makes 12 to 16 pops.
Stir together 3 cups O-shaped multigrain
cereal and 1 cup chopped dried apples.
Set aside. Over low heat, combine ½
cup brown rice syrup, 3 Tbs. sunflower
seed butter, ½ tsp. vanilla and a pinch of
salt in a saucepan. Cook, whisking, until
the mixture is runny (about 1 minute).
Pour over the cereal mixture and stir to
coat evenly. With wet hands, shape into
24 balls. Let set on parchment paper at
room temperature for 1½ hours.
Veggie Pesto Pitas
Stir together 8 oz. softened cream cheese
and 2 Tbs. nut-free pesto. Cover about
16 mini pita rounds with spread and top
with 2 Tbs. chopped, mixed fresh veggies
like broccoli, corn, and diced bell pepper.
Toss together 8 cups plain popcorn, 1 cup
banana chips, ½ cup chocolate chips, 6
Tbs. freeze-dried strawberries, and ¼ tsp.
salt. Store in an air-tight container.
Sometimes kids need more than a nibble: These generously portioned bites are sure to
satisfy, whether doubled-up for lunch or served before Saturday soccer practice.
and Apple Sauce
Toast frozen waffles and
slice into 1-inch strips. Serve
with applesauce for dipping.
Sandwich meat is on a roll! Grab
a high-five from your kid with these
• Hummus, salami, and carrot: Top
slices of deli salami with hummus and
shredded carrots and roll up.
• Pepperoni pizza: Stir together ¼ cup
softened cream cheese and 1 Tbs. finely
chopped oil-packed sundried tomatoes.
Add a dollop to each of 8 slices sandwich
pepperoni. Top with a few black olive
slices and a generous tsp. shredded
mozzarella, then roll.
• Ham and brie: Top slices of deli ham
with brie cheese (cut into matchsticks),
dab with mustard and roll.
In a food processor, combine two 13.5-
oz. cans chickpeas (drained and rinsed),
2 cloves grated garlic, ½ cup olive oil, ½
tsp. salt, 1 Tbs. cool water, and ¼ cup each
barbecue sauce, tahini, and fresh lemon
juice. Process until smooth. Serve with
veggies, pretzels, or pita chips.
Heat oven to 375°F and coat a muffin
tin with cooking spray. Toss together
2 cups thawed hash-brown potatoes,
3 Tbs. chopped scallions, and 1¼ cups
shredded cheddar. Divide among the
wells. Whisk together 9 eggs, ⅓ cup half-
and-half, ½ tsp. salt, and ¼ tsp. pepper.
Divide among the wells and press the
potato mixture beneath if needed. Bake
until lightly browned around the edges
and set, turning halfway through, about
25 minutes. Freeze until ready to eat (to
reheat, microwave on high for 1 minute).
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