We celebrated my daughter’s birthday with a family day full of FROZEN activities. Her special day began with a breakfast surprise. Olaf donuts and snowflake pancakes were a perfect way to start our FROZEN day!
I made round pancakes and then used a cookie cutter to turn them into snowflakes. The donuts were just as quick and easy.
Olaf donut ingredients:
- mini powder donuts
- peach rings
- eye candy decorations (found in the baking section)
- black sparkle gel
- white chocolate bar
1) Cut a small piece of a peach ring and place it in the middle of the donut for a carrot nose.
2) Cut a rectangle piece of chocolate and carve a line down the center (on back of chocolate piece). Place directly below the peach ring nose for teeth.
3) Use a small amount of gel to hold the eyes in place on the donut.
4) Draw a smile and silly hair with the sparkle gel.
Enjoy your Olaf donuts and snowflake pancakes together for a FROZEN breakfast!
When will you surprise your family with fun FROZEN Olaf donuts and snowflake pancakes?
Living in Arizona our weather has us wanting to enjoy ice cream and frozen treats almost year round. With Outshine Fruit Bars my daughter and I are able to share a healthy snack after preschool each day. She thinks she is eating dessert and I’m smiling knowing she is getting a healthy snack with real fruit ingredients.
The frozen fruit bars are made with natural real fruit or fruit juice and are a great source of Vitamin C. Additionally, they do not have high-fructose corn syrup making these a smart snack choice for my daughter. Outshine Fruit Bars come in a variety of flavors and we have a few different family favorites. All the varieties expect the creamy coconut bars are fat-free. Most times I avoid the snacks my daughter requests simply because they don’t fit in to my own healthy diet. I really like that Outshine fruit bars are a snack our entire family can enjoy.
My daughter’s favorite flavor is grape. She says it tastes just like grape juice and I agree.
Each day after school my daughter asks about our afternoon plans. I can always count on her being excited for a walk to our neighborhood park. The individually packaged bars makes it easy for my daughter to go to the freezer and get two bars for us to share on our walk.
We have had many fun afternoons together sharing a healthy snack with Outshine fruit bars.
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Does your family have a fun afternoon routine that incorporates healthy snacks too?
This week in my preschool classroom we are learning about fire safety and prevention. Today we made a fun campfire snack using pretzels and licorice.
Arrange nibblers in a circle to represent a safe fire pit.
Then break up mini pretzels to look like twigs, sticks, and large pieces of wood.
Add licorice for fire.
While we were making the snack we discussed fire safety and the importance of never leaving a campfire unattended.
My daughter really enjoyed making this classroom snack!
Did you do anything special in your classroom for Fire Safety Week?