Inside: These winter snacks for kids are fun to make, delicious to eat, and perfect for a cooking activity! Put on your aprons and have fun!
It’s cold outside and you are looking for more indoor activities to do with your children.
Well, how about getting together in the kitchen?
I’ve found 17 winter snacks for kids that you can do in your home’s kitchen or in the classroom.
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There are many benefits when young children help with a cooking activity. Cooking builds language skills, self-confidence, and strengthens basic math concepts. Cooking invites children to explore with their senses. They might even be willing to try new foods! And, most importantly, young children love cooking because they get to do it with their favorite grown-ups.
Ready? Here you go!
17 Tasty Winter Snacks for Kids
Easy Snowman Snack (Sunny Day Family)
Healthy Snowman Snack (Red Ted Art)
Cinnamon Sugar French Toast Mittens (Happy Hooligans)
No-Bake Snowflake Cookies (Sunny Day Family)
Banana Snowman (Pre-K Pages)
Kid-Made Snowman Treat (Fantastic Fun and Learning)
Chocolate-Covered Reindeer Cookies (Natural Beach Living)
Polar Bear Hot Chocolate (Mom Endeavors)
White Chocolate Snowman Lolly (Kids Craft Room)
Cinnamon Sugar Snowflakes Snack (Happy Hooligans)
Homemade Edible Snowman (Kids Creative Chaos)
Best Ever Homemade Hot Chocolate (The Realistic Mama)
Creamy Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate (Tiny Tummy Tales)
Hot Cocoa Crispy Squares (Three Different Directions)
Snowman on a Stick (Dukes and Duchesses)
Kids Winter Morning Glory Muffins (Tiny Tummy Tales)
2-Minute Cinnamon Swirl Mug Muffins (Wholesome Yum)
And here is another one we made with our 2 and 3 year olds:
Cooking is fun all year long! Check out my cooking with kids inboard for more fun ideas!
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