This week both my boys have been talking about reduce, reuse and recycle in honor of Earth Day. It’s pretty cute to hear a 3 year old talk about taking care of the Earth so he can “give it to my grandpa.” I’m guessing he might have gotten that turned around and the teacher said something about giving it his grandchildren. Whatever the case, I’m glad they’re getting started on the path to thinking about being responsible citizens early.
I’m sure preschool classes are much more excited about snacks than learning about the conservation part of the Earth Day and this list of Earth Day snacks is sure to get them excited. In fact, I think it’s a pretty good list of Earth Day snacks that our whole family is going to be looking forward to not just for Earth Day but anytime we celebrate being outdoors. I’m pretty sure our Camp Mom schedule is going to include some outdoor fun and these snacks are going to fit in perfectly.
Without further ado, I hope you enjoy this list from my some of my blogger friends. Make sure you pin them to help you remember them when you need your own Earth Day snacks!
B-Inspired Mama is a mama after my own heart with these semi-homemade, easy Earth Day Swirl Cookies. You know that I love a good semi-homemade cookie; remember mine from Valentine’s Day. Check them out right here.
She also has this easy Dirt Cup Treat. We all remember making these as kids and they’re just as much fun for our kids to make now.
A Bird and A Bean has these oh so cute Earth Day Cupcakes. Again, these are easy but will have your kids so happy because it’s a special snack.
A Night Owl has these Earth Day Cookies that even come with a printable gift tag to share with your friends. These would be perfect for giving to teachers or neighbors.
A Mitten Full of Savings has these adorable Sprout Cupcakes that elevate the dirt cup to another level. These are too cute for a garden celebration or anything having to do with dirt. I can’t wait to make these.
The Artsy Momma has these Very Hungry Caterpillar Cracker Snack that celebrate everyone’s favorite book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar. How cool would it be to read the book and make the snack?
Staci from from 7 On A Shoestring has these Sprite Key Lime Pie Cake Balls that you can make into the perfect Earth Day snacks. They’re easy to make and color for any special occasion.