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Snacks : Seasons > Winter

Snowflake Cookies added 12-29-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: chocolate cookie, powdered sugar, and doily

Directions: place doily over cookie and shake powdered sugar on it.

Marshmallow Snowman added 12-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Need:
Three large marshmallows
Tube of white icing with small tip
Miniature M&M's
Red skinny licorice
1 toothpick
1 pretzel stick
1 Hershey kiss

Directions:
Place three marshmallows together with icing and toothpicks. Count out M&M's (your choice of number). Add dots of icing to glue on candy. Break the pretzel stick in half for arms. The kiss becomes the hat and wrap the licorice around neck for scarf.


Edible Snowman added 10-15-99 Original Author Unknown

Need: butter, marshmallows, popcorn (Popped), assorted candies to decorate with.

Melt 1/4 cup butter & 1 bag of marshmallows in large pot. add just enough popped popcorn so that the popcorn is well covered in goo!!! Let cool enough to handle.  Shape balls, Large, Med. & Small and put together to form snow man.  Use chocolate chips, sprinkles, candy cane, silver balls, marshmallows, m&m's, etc., to decorate.  Refrigerator an hour and EAT 'EM!!! TAKE A PICTURE FIRST!!!


Snowdrift Pie added 1-7-00 Submitted by: Kim D 

1 Vanilla Wafer per child
1 spoonful of vanilla ice cream per child
1 spoonful of whipped topping per child
shredded coconut

Put coconut in a bowl. Allow the ice cream to soften. Instruct children to wash hands. Give each child 1 foil cupcake liner and a spoon. Instruct children to put a vanilla wafer in their liner. Add one spoonful of ice cream and one spoonful of whipped topping. Sprinkle with coconut and eat!!


Crunchy Snowballs  added 10-29-01 Original Author Unknown

6 cups crispy rice cereal 
1/4 cup margarine 
one 10 oz package marshmallows 
powdered sugar 

Follow microwave directions for making crispy rice treats. Allow mixture to cool but not harden. Let children mold in to snowballs and then shake in baggie filled with powdered sugar.


Snowflake Snacks added 11-18-01 Original Author Unknown

Need: Peanut butter, hexagonal shaped crackers and coconut.

Directions: Spread peanut butter on the hexagonal shaped crackers. Sprinkle coconut onto the peanut butter.


Another Snowflake Snack added 1-18-02 Original Author Unknown

Need: Miniature Marshmallows and toothpicks

Directions: Makes snowflakes with toothpicks and miniature marshmallows connected to each other.


Jello in the Snow added 1-18-02 Original Author Unknown

Mix jello as per directions on package. Pour into clean baby food jars; one
per student. Place containers in a large tub. Together, fill tub with snow. Watch to see when jello sets.


Snow "Slush Cones" added 1-18-02 Original Author Unknown

Collect some freshly fallen snow and scoop it into bowls. Put a few spoonfuls of frozen juice concentrate on top, and you have your own slush snow cones.







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