Monday, March 14, 2016

Garden Snack Pack®

This post is sponsored by Snack Pack®

Easter is on its way! The snow is finally melting and it looks like spring is just around the corner. My kids are excited for dyeing Easter eggs, going on egg hunts, and of course, planting our garden. We usually plant around Easter, but since Easter is so early this year we decided to make little garden Snack Pack®s instead. We had so much fun making these and we can't wait to be able to plant the real thing! 

For all of the Snack Pack® cups you will need: 

  • A Popsicle stick
  • chocolate cookies with the middle scraped out and crushed
  • black marker
Add the crushed cookies to the top of each of the Snack Pack® cups for the dirt. Label the Popsicle stick and push it into the pudding. 

For the Peas You will need: 

  • Green taffy
  • Green sour straws
  • Green chocolate balls


 Stretch the taffy candy and form a little pocket.


Add two chocolate candies to the taffy pocket.


 Place the little peas on top of the cookie dirt and add some sour straws for vines.


For the Tomato Snack Pack® You Will Need: 

  • Green taffy
  • Green sour straws
  • Red chocolate balls
Stretch the taffy and wrap around the red chocolate. Add it to the Snack Pack with sour straws for vines.

For the Carrot Snack Pack® you will need: 

  • Strawberries
  • Orange dipping chocolate
  • Wax paper 

Add a handful of orange candy melts to a bowl and microwave for 30 seconds. Stir the melts and then microwave for another 30 seconds. Repeat until the chocolate is completely melted and stirs together easily. Wash and pat the strawberries dry with a paper towel. Then dip each one in the chocolate. Lay on wax paper until the chocolate is set.


For the Corn Snack Pack® You Will Need: 

  • Green taffy
  • Green sour straws
  • Yellow candy rolls 
Roll small pieces of the flavored candy rolls into small snakes. Stretch the taffy and wrap around the candy rolls and a piece of sour straw. Stick the sour straws into the Snack Pack®.


Finish all four and you have yourself a darling little pudding garden!


This Easter, take a moment to slow down and enjoy a tasty and fun treat with the kids. Snack Pack® 
comes in a variety of flavors and offers endless mix-in opportunities the kids can help prepare. Each 
serving of Snack Pack®is fortified with as much calcium as an 8-oz glass of milk,* so you can feel 
good about serving your kids Snack Pack. For mix-in inspiration, visit Snack Pack® on Pinterest (pinterest.com/snackpack) and Facebook (facebook.com/SnackPackPudding). 

** All Snack Pack products contain 30% DV calcium, with the exception of Bakery Shop Lemon Meringue Pie, Lemon Pudding, and Snack Pack Gels.

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20 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

Those are absolutely adorable. My boys would flip their lids for those.

Heather Lawrence said...

Adorable!! These would be so much fun to make with the kids.
Totally reminded me of "Peter Cotton tail for some strange reason".

alexandria waning said...

I am literally just smiling to myself right now. Those are some of the cutest treats I have ever seen. How fun would that be for a school snack and let the kids add their choice of "fruit or veggie"?

Amber N said...

What a cute idea. This is so fun and a great way for kids to eat their veggies. HA!

Amanda Love said...

You did a great job with your garden. I love snack packs for this very reason. You can do almost anything, make anything with them. We just love adding things to ours. :)

Cara W said...

THis is one of the most creative snacks I have seen! Awesome job!!! Love it!

ana de jesus said...

I am still obsessed with your garden deserts they are so freaking awesome! If I tried making this is would not turn out so good.

Leah @ Everyday Love said...

Oh my goodness, these are absolutely adorable! I need to make these for our egg hunt this weekend!

Veronica Pototska said...

They look so unusual and very creative! I would definitely go for the strawberry one, oh missed strawberries so much!

Deb Clem-Buckert said...

Such a cute idea for spring. I'm not as clever as you. Mine would look like a Pinterest fail.

Author TP Keane said...

these have to be the cutest darn things I've ever seen. Such great imagination and something the whole family would love.

Kelly said...

Oh my goodness, aren't those just adorable! It's a great idea to do these together with the kids, then let them eat their creations.

Elizabeth Yontz said...

I love creative snacks like that! It can get kids in the kitchen and using their creative side which I encourage so so much! Great post :)

Louise Bishop said...

Where do you find those round candy melts you were using? I can only find chocolate chips in our area. These are too adorable!

nicole said...

I must say this is the cutest thing, seriously if my children were younger I would make this for them. If I did now my boys would swallow it whole LOL. yummy great treat.

Hannah Adkins said...

I love the little peas. They're so cute in their candy pod! This is a great idea for sure.

Rose Sahetapy said...

How creative is this! Kids will love this. It's also perfect for brithday party. They're not only creative but adorable.

CourtneyLynne said...

Omg how cute at these snack packs?!?! My diabetes would absolutely love these!!!! So need to make them!

Amanda Kolb said...

Oh my gosh how cute!!! Thank you for sharing at Merry Monday!

Liz Latham said...

What a great idea! Get your children into the gardening spirit while awaiting the weather appropriateness! Thanks for linking up with Delicious Dishes Recipe Party!

 
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