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Snacks : Seasons > Summer

Also see: beach & ocean, ocean life

Hamburger Cookies
added 7-14-98
Original Author Unknown

Make "hamburger cookies" for 4th of July. The rolls are vanilla wafers. The inside could be a chocolate covered mint or any thing round that looks like a burger. Yellow and red icing from tubes are the ketchup and mustard.


Summer Snowballs added 7-14-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: vanilla ice cream, 1/2 cup shredded coconut, favorite ice cream sauce

Form ice cream into balls, roll into coconut. Place balls into small bowls FREEZE. Cover with sauce before servings.


Fruit Kabobs added 6-19-00 Original Author Unknown

Put fresh pineapple, melon, and berries stacked on skewers. You can have the skewers topped with tiny shells, as it will become an unexpected but much appreciated party favor. You can buy ready-made shell skewers or make a set of your own by hot-gluing shells onto the ends of 8-inch bamboo skewers.


Making Lemonade added 7-9-02 Original Author Unknown

Need: lemons, sugar, water, plastic pitcher, long spoon, knife (adult cuts the lemons in half)

Invite the children to each squeeze half of a lemon into the plastic pitcher. Add sugar and water to taste.


Sunshine Shake  added 7-20-02 Original Author Unknown

In a blender combine one 6 oz. can of unsweetened frozen orange Juice concentrate, 3/4 c. milk, 3/4 c. cold water, 1 tsp. vanilla, & 6 ice cubes. 
Serve!
Makes 4 servings.

Sunny Snacks added 7-20-02 Original Author Unknown

Need: 1 English muffin half, 1 slice American cheese (cut into triangles) 2 pineapple chunks, yellow tinted cream cheese (mix cream cheese with yellow food coloring.), 1 half pineapple ring, plastic butter knife, and a plate

Place the English Muffin on the plate. Have the children spread cream cheese on muffin. Arrange cheese slices around it to resemble sun rays. Use pineapple chunks & half ring to create a face!





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