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A Creative & YUMMY Kids Thanksgiving Snack
I know, I know – it’s not even Halloween yet. But Thanksgiving is right around the corner. And Eggo’s Waffle Wednesday challenge for me this week was to come up with a fun way to incorporate their waffle goodness in a Thanksgiving recipe. And of course, I just had to do something fun for the kids. Last year we made turkeys for a the perfect Thanksgiving snack for kids. So this year I chose another favorite Thanksgiving symbol: the cornucopia. Here’s my idea for a yummy (and fairly healthy) kids Thanksgiving snack…
Kids Thanksgiving Cornucopia Snack
- Eggo Buttermilk Waffle
- fresh fruit of choice
- candy corn
- tooth pick
- Microwave the waffle for 30 seconds so that it warms but remains soft and pliable.
- Shape the soft waffle into a cornucopia shape and use a toothpick to secure. (MAKE SURE to remove the toothpick before serving to young kids.)
- Fill the cornucopia with fresh fruit and some candy corn.
My kids love fresh fruit. The warm Eggo Buttermilk Waffle was the perfect “horn of plenty” for their fresh fruit snack. And of course, they were extra excited by the festive candy corn treat thrown in.
How do you make your kids Thanksgiving fun? Do you have any fun Thanksgiving traditions?
This is super creative! I just love this Thanksgiving spin!
Kim @ The Educators' Spin On It says
You’ve been featured on our After School Thanksgiving Roundup of Activities for School Aged Kids this week. This snack looks like so much fun for the kids to create and share with the family or friends. Just want to tell you that we are so thankful for you and your blog! Happy Thanksgiving!
You are so creative! Love this – thanks for sharing at Discover & Explore this week!
Anna@The Measured Mom says
I’m not sure I know a single kid (or adult!) who could resist this. Thanks for sharing at After School!
I love this! What a fun idea! I never would have guessed you were using Eggos from the picture. Thanks for the idea!
This is cute, and so creative. I love have something special for the kids on Thanksgiving. Thanks for sharing