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Snacks : Teddy Bears

Snack Ideas added 8-8-98 Original Author Unknown

Gummy Bears, Teddy Gram Crackers, Gram Crackers and Honey, Honey Comb Cereal


Bear Toast added 8-8-98 Original Author Unknown

Cut bear shape from toast with a bear cookie cutter, spread with butter and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar mixture. (children can do all this)


Bear Biscuits added 8-8-98 Original Author Unknown

3 tube-style refrigerator biscuits for each child
cinnamon sugar
un-greased baking sheet
honey
butter

Shape 1 biscuit into the body. Take the second biscuit and divide it into four equal parts for then arms and legs. Take the third biscuit and use half for the head and divide the remain half into fourths for the two ears. Roll each piece in the cinnamon sugar. Put the pieces together. Bake at 425 for 8-10 minutes. Serve with honey butter: 1/2 cup of butter mixed with 4 tablespoons of honey.


Marshmallow Bears added 8-8-98 Original Author Unknown

Give children some chocolate icing and both large and small marshmallows. Let them use the chocolate icing to form the marshmallows into bears.


Bear Claw added 2-02-02 Original Author Unknown

Place a spoonful of pie filling in center of 1 refrigerator biscuit (I use blueberry). Then fold over in 1/2. With a knife make 2 slits on the edge of folded biscuit to imitate bear claws. Bake and enjoy


Cub Cakes added 2-02-02 Original Author Unknown

To make a paw print cupcake, bake cake in 12-cup muffin tin. Frost (for a furry paw, mix the frosting with grated coconut first). Top each cupcake with a small mint patty. Then place 3 Junior Mints or chocolate chips around the patty for claws.


Another Bear Toast added 2-02-02 Original Author Unknown

Use cookie cutters to cut out bear shapes from bread. Toast and have children spread with peanut butter. Use food items for facial features depending on the age of children (i.e.: chocolate chips, raisins, gumdrops, Kix cereal). If you are a "nut free" environment you could color cream cheese brown or use chocolate frosting


Peanut Butter Bear Sandwiches added 2-02-02 Original Author Unknown

Have the children us a valentine cookie cutter to cut heart shapes out of whole wheat bread slices (Partially frozen bread cuts easily). Show them how to cut off the points of their hearts to make the bread resemble bear faces. Then let each child spread peanut butter on his or her bear face and use raisins to make eyes and a mouth and a cherry to make a nose.


Bear Cookies added 2-02-02 Original Author Unknown

Make or buy bear-shaped cookies.  Let the children decorate the cookies with white frosting for polar bears, brown frosting for brown bears, black frosting for black bears, and black and white frosting for panda bears. (Check a local bakery to find out where you can purchase black food coloring paste.)


Honey and Crackers  added 2-02-02 Original Author Unknown

Drizzle honey on crackers and let the children taste them.



 
 

 

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