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Snacks : Circus

Cupcake Cone added 6-27-98 Original Author Unknown

Take your favorite cupcake recipe - make the batter - then instead of using cupcake papers use the flat bottom ice cream cones. Fill 3/4 full, bake on cookie sheet , cool, frost, and decorate with sprinkles or candies. When finished they look like ice cream cones and the children have so much fun making and eating them.


Circus Snack food added 6-27-98 Original Author Unknown

Eat popcorn and peanuts for food at the circus.


Clown Cupcakes added 6-27-98 Original Author Unknown

Make clown cupcakes. On top of a cupcake add a round scoop of vanilla ice cream. Then add a sugar cone for a clown hat. Add other candies for facial features.


Big Top Nibble Mix added 9-22-98 Original Author Unknown

Mix 4 cups popped popcorn, 1 cup peanuts, 1 cup animal crackers, 1 cup chocolate pieces Put above in a plastic bag and shake. You can decorate bags with stickers before putting treats in bags.


Monkey Salad added 9-22-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: bananas, raisins, peanuts, shredded coconut

Directions: Peel and slice bananas into a small dish, alternating with raisins and peanuts. Top off with shredded coconut.


Animal Circus Train added 9-22-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: 4 large marshmallows per child, 1 whole piece graham cracker, 2 animal crackers, peanut butter

Directions: Spread peanut butter on top of graham cracker. take 4 marshmallows and slice a slice on the top of the mellow. make sure you don't cut it in half. The marshmallows are wheels for the train. Slide them on the cracker at the ends. Stick the animal crackers in the peanut butter.


Clown Face Salad added 7-21-01 Original Author Unknown

For each child place a scoop of cottage cheese on a small plate.  Make clown faces by adding cherry tomato noses, green pepper ears, olive eyes, red pepper mouths and lettuce bow ties.

Variation:  Instead of vegetables, use a variety of fruits to create the clown faces.


Popcorn Bags added 8-1-11 By: Christa From Preschool Education

Ahead of time, give each child a white lunch bag and let them decorate it with red paper stripes. Make it look like a popcorn box. Remember to give time for the glue to dry before filling it with food. Then make popcorn in class. A hot air popcorn maker always fascinates the kids. (As with any cooking in the classroom, be safe and teach the children to be safe around heat.) When the popcorn is cooked, let each child have some for the popcorn bag.


Cookie Carousel added 8-1-11 Original Author Unknown

Need: Two Oatmeal cookie per child, icing, animal crackers.

Have child frost bottom of both oatmeal cookies with craft sticks instead of knives. Then stand up animal crackers in a circle and add other oatmeal cookie on top with the icing down to hold the animals in place.


 

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