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Preschool snack recipes can give kids a chance to get their hands involved in cooking experiences and be able to eat their creations. Every preschooler loves the chance to cook like a big person and play with their food. In my experience teaching preschool age kids and doing many preschool playgroups these are some of mine, and the kids, favorite preschool recipes.

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25 Favorite & Easy Snack Recipes for Preschoolers

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Painted Toast
painting toast

Cat Eyes
cat eyes snack

Yogurt Parfaits
yogurt parfait

Make homemade butter

Gingerbread Men
gingerbread man

Yogurt Cups
yogurt  cups

Cereal Snack Mix
cereal snack mix

Green Eggs and Ham

Trail Mix
trail mix

Apple Smiles
apple smiles

Homemade Pretzels
soft pretzel

Biscuit Sticks
Mini Muffins
mini muffins

Banana Bread

Fruit Kabobs on Straws
fruit kabob

ABC Sugar Cookies
abc cookie cutters

Apple slices with Fruit Dip
fruit dip
Kids can help add ingredients and stir together.
Serve dip in mini paper cups.
Ants on a Log
ants on log
Fruit Flowers
Fruit Bugs
fruit bugs

Banana Balls

rolling banana balls

Rolled up Sandwiches

Fishing with a Pole
fishing pole

Ice Cream in a Baggie
baggie ice cream
PB Roll Ups
Apple Wrap
adding apples to apple wrap dessert

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Pre K-Grade 1 Cooking

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Homemade Apple Leather
Learn how to make homemade apple fruit leather.
apple fruit leather

No Mess S'mores

by Taylor S.(MO, USA)
You will need:
1 tortilla
1 mini candy bar
mini marshmallows
1 pan
1 campfire

What you do:
Take your tortilla and put it in a pan. Put the pan over the campfire until it is warm. Be careful not to burn the tortilla. Then remove the tortilla from the fire and add the mini candy bar and the mini marshmallows.

For different tastes change the amount of toppings you put in the tortilla. After you have added toppings to your liking, wrap the tortilla up and enjoy!

A Quick Tuna And Corn Pasta

by Liz Walsh, (blue mountains, NSW, AUST)
You will need:
1 tin of tuna
1 Alfredo packet mix ( milk and butter also required as directed of the packet)
1 small tin of corn
and a handful of cheese

Cook the packet of Alfredo pasta as directed, once cooked add your hand full of grated cheese whilst still hot and stir through.

Drain tuna and corn and add to the pasta and mix it all together.

Then its ready to serve!

Taco meat chips

by Kj Arbe, (Sacramento California USA)
10 or more tortillas
shredded cheese
taco meat
Put tortilla chips on a microwaveable plate, then put taco meat inside. Then put shredded cheese on and the salsa. Put it in the microwave and well,- Enjoy! Jump down to our reader's submitted recipes.

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Green Eggs and Ham 
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