Spider Snack, a Healthy and Little Silly Food Art Idea, is taking Playing with Food to Another Level on Kids Activities Blog this Fall

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Spider snack and other food art creations is the latest buzz on Kids Activities Blog. Playing with food and turning it into an art project while using healthy ingredients is the latest topic what Moms are blogging about on Kids Activities Blog. Come check out the nutritional fun.

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The spider snack is food art on a plate, nutritional as well as super fun to make.

The Spider Snack is food art on a plate, nutritional, and super fun to make. Do not miss out on this super silly fall project that Moms and caregivers are blogging about on Kids Activities Blog.

Spider snacks are usually made with marshmellow bodies. For this super healthy spider snack treat simply substitute the marshmellow for a banana piece. Kids can help choose the other ingredients according to their tastes. Other ingredients for example needed are pretzel sticks for feet, raisins or nuts for eyes and mouth, and for dipping one can use flax seeds, coco powder, cinnamon or ground nuts. Assemble the ingredients by following the hairy banana spider snack template on Kids Activities Blog.

Kids of all ages are able to help making this healthy fun spider snack. They will ask for more so be prepared to have extra ingredients handy.

Another great food art idea is the no bake bats and mummy cookies. This great food art idea is easy to make and kids of all ages are able to participate in making this yummy no bake treat as well. The ingredients needed are snack cakes already covered in chocolate, skewers, white chocolate and dark chocolate candy melts, and mini chocolate morsels for the eyes. The assembly will only take about 5 minutes if the snack cakes are already covered in chocolate. Follow the easy instructions featured on Kids Activities Blog and stick the cookies into a foam block that has been glued into a decorated shoe box.

The no bake bat and mummy cookies in a box make a great gift to teachers, grandparents or a great hostess gift this fall.

These and other fun playing with food ideas are currently featured on Kids Activities Blog. Come check out the nutritional fun.

About Kids Activities Blog

Kids Activities Blog is a website created by two moms (who collectively have 9 children), Rachel Miller and Holly Homer from June Cleaver Nirvana. It is their daily goal to inspire parents and teachers to play with kids. This interactive website publishes simple things to do with kids twice a day. Kids Activities Blog is a great tool for moms and teachers to find kid-friendly activities that create memories and sneak learning into the fun.

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