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Snacks : Reptiles & Pond Life

Lizard Skins added 8-18-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: 1/2 cup Peanut butter, 12 ounces Marshmallows, 4 drops Green food coloring, 4cups Rice Krispies, Cheerios or Corn Flakes, Pam, Raisins

Heat peanut butter with marshmallows in a large saucepan over low heat until melted. Add green food coloring and mix in. Pour in cereal and stir quickly. Spray 8" pan with pam then pour contents into pan. Allow to cool in fridge, then cut into long thin strips, about 1" x 4". Cut each raisin in half and stick on one end of each strip to make the lizard's eyes. 

Tuna Turtles added 8-18-98 Original Author Unknown

- yield: 8 sandwiches
1 can of flaked tuna
small cucumber seeded and chopped
grated carrot
2 tbs thousand island dressing
1 tbs mayo
1 package refrigerator biscuit
1 tbs sesame seeds (optional)

Heat oven to 450 Cut two biscuits into four pieces. Attach one piece to sides if the eight remaining biscuits - these are the heads. Score surface of each biscuit to look like turtle shell. Sprinkle sesame seeds on the biscuit. Transfer to lightly greased cookie sheet . Bake 8 minutes until golden brown. Cut each turtle biscuit in half horizontally and fill with tuna salad.

Snapping Turtle Salad added 8-18-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: 

One pear
4 pecan halves
2 cloves
1 green olive

Wash and peel the pear. Cut in half. Place one of the halves hollow-side down on a salad plate. Use the pecans for feet. Use the green olive for the head and stick the cloves in for the eyes. Makes one serving.

Lily-Pad Floats added 6-01-01 Original Author Unknown

Need: lime sherbet, lemonade, plastic cups, gummy frogs (three per child), plastic spoons

Help each child place a small scoop of lime sherbet in the bottom of a cup.
Fill each cup with lemonade.  Add a gummy frog.


Snake Sticks added 4-6-02 Original Author Unknown

Buy pre made bread stick dough. Give each child one dough stick. The children can roll them out in the shape of a snakes. Put the snakes onto a baking tray. Have the children sprinkle their snake with grated cheese if desired. Bake according to the bread sticks directions.


Frogs on a log added 4-14-04 Submitted by: Tina Spraggins

Take a small pretzel rod and spread peanut butter on it.  Then add green m&m's on the rod.  Since frogs are also many different colors you can also use different color m&m's to show that their are frogs of variety of colors.  Eat and enjoy!





 

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