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Kids Edible Pretzel Kabob Craft

   The Kids Edible Pretzel Kabob Craft is a healthy edible kids craft is fun to make and eat.

Supplies Needed:
Pretzel stick

#1: Cut up cubes of cheese for your child and wash the grapes they will be using
#2: Have your child take a pretzel stick and layer cheese and grapes by gently pushing them onto the pretzel stick.
#3: Enjoy this tasty treat

Kids Frozen Banana Treat

   Your kids will not only enjoy making this delicious edible art kids craft but they will also enjoy eating the Kids Frozen Banana Treat.

Supplies Needed:
Yogurt (plain works best)
Crushed Cereal (like fruity pebbles, etc)
Plastic Wrap

#1: Peel a banana
#2: Pour the yogurt in a bowl
#3:Pour the cereal on the plate
#4: Layout a piece of plastic wrap
#5: Dip the banana in yogurt
#6: Roll the banana in the crushed cereal
#7: Lay the banana on the plastic wrap
#8: Place the banana into the freezer for about 1 hour

Kids Edible Peanut Butter Ball Craft

   Eating healthy never tasted so good. The Kids Edible Peanut Butter Ball Craft is a healthy and edible kids craft.

Supplies Needed:
Peanut Butter
Graham Cracker

#1: Place graham crackers on a plate and have your child use a spoon to crush the graham crackers then set aside
#2: In a bowl mix equal amounts of peanut butter and cornflakes
#3: Take the peanut butter mixture and form balls
#4: Roll these balls in your crushed graham crackers.
#5: Enjoy!

Toasting Pumpkin Seeds

   Before you throw out those seeds from your pumpkin try toasting them. Toasting Pumpkin seeds is an easy and healthy snack to make

Supplies Needed:
Pumpkin Seeds
Baking Sheet
Non Stick Cooking Spray


#1: Clean pumpkin seeds by running them under cold water. Make sure to remove the pulp and strings from the seeds
#2: Place the seeds on a baking sheet and spray with non stick cooking spray
#3: Mix the seeds around so that each seed is coated with cooking spray then flatten them out to a single layer
#4: Sprinkle the seeds with salt and bake at 325 degrees for about 20-25 minutes or until toasted.
#5: Let cool then enjoy!

Other Seasoning Suggestions: Cajun Seasoning, Taco Seasoning, Cheesy Popcorn Seasoning


How did you season your pumpkin seeds? Send us a comment and let us know!


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Lollipop Ghost

   You'll have a blast turning those ordinary lollipops into a spooktacular ghostly treat. The lollipop ghost make excellent party favors and are fun for everyone to make

Supplies Needed:
White Tissue Paper
String or Ribbon
Markers or Paint

#1: Take the lollipop and place the white tissue paper over the top of the lollipop
#2: Use your string to tie a bow at the bottom of the lollipop. Where the candy meets the stick.
#3: Use markers or paint to make a scary ghost face on your lollipop ghost
These lollipop ghost are great party favors for your guest to take home and remember their night of spooktacular fun!

Ways to display your lollipop ghost:
*You can stick these in a clay pot with flower foam in the bottom to hold them upright. Then cover the foam with tissue paper
*Stick them around a chocolate cake to make them look like they are gliding through a graveyard


 How did you display your lollipop ghost? Send us a comment or picture and let us know!