Mixed Up Snowman Snacks

I've been crazy busy lately and it has made me discover something...
Holiday Treats don't need to be fancy or complicated to be special!
We whipped up these Mixed-Up Snowman Snacks for Little C's school class and they were a huge hit. There was absolutely no cooking involved, just a few fun ingredients and some imagination.
And, we've made it super easy for you to re-create! Simply gather your ingredients, put into baggies, and print and attach the label I made. Enjoy!
Mixed-Up Snowman Snacks
Pretzel Sticks
Junior Mints Candies
Orange Sprinkles (the long variety)
Fruit Roll-ups, cut into strips
Small Marshmallows
Mini Chocolate Chips
Sandwich Baggies
Snowman Bag Labels

Put desired amount of ingredients into baggies (you can do however much of each that you want). Download and print the Mixed-Up Snowman Snack Label. (click image to download)
In case you can't read the poem, it says:
Serve to your favorite little (or big!) people and do something fun with all the extra time you saved. I just may get out Christmas cards this year, ha!

And, FYI, if you're looking for a fun, relaxing, romantic read, grab copies of Incognito and Mr. Malcom's List by Suzanne Allain. I bought them to read during my recent travels and both were absolutely delicious! They have great characters, plenty of romance (and it's clean!), and several laugh-out-loud places. I don't usually talk about books but these are seriously MUST READS!! I'm going to be buying copies for my girlfriends this Christmas and I am double crossing my fingers that she writes more books!
Be sure to come back later this week--we are having an AMAZING giveaway (hint: it's the #1 item on my Christmas Wish List!) to celebrate Gourmet Mom's 3rd Birthday!


Sue said...

THANK YOU SO MUCH! This is definitely one of the cutest, easiest things I've seen this year! Thanks for the labels! I love this:)

The Party Animal said...

Now that is super cute - I love this!!

Lillianna Grace said...

Oh my word! I am so excited! Yep, it's happening, I'm definately making these for MY little C's class. They are so absolutely adorable and creative. THANK YOU so much for posting this!!!

colleen said...

You're such a cool mom! These are so cute, I can't wait to make them with my son. :O)

Jeri Maxedon said...

oh mandy... still a girl after my own heart! i love how you incorporate fruit roll-ups in so many of your recipes!!! (still loving that i could "steal" the one from you during our betty crocker days!) ;)

Chic Cookies said...

LOVE this idea! So genius. I posted a link on ediblecrafts.craftgossip.com :)

Katie @ This Chick Cooks said...

This is so cute. I am definitely saving this idea.

Shannan said...

These are adorable! I just found your blog from a post on Craft Gossip. Wonderful blog and I LOVE this idea. Thank you! :)

Amanda said...

I love this! I featured it today on my blog Today's Top 20! I'd love if you could stop by! While your there please click on my water widget on the top right. For each click p&g will donate 1 day's worth of clean water! :) Thanks!


KajunKJ said...

Such a cute idea...I can't wait to play!

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Amy said...

These are so great! Me and my boys just made 40 of these for class snacks! Thank you for the idea and downloadable label. I could not find the orange sprinkles so I substituted with crunchy cheese doodles! I've added this to my blog with a link to you! Thanks again!!

Michal said...

This is a totally cute idea! It would have been great for the goodie exchange I went to last weekend!

Cammi at CK Events said...

oh my - too cute!! I just posted about these on my blog.

Thanks for the great idea!!

CK Events

Anonymous said...

Hey Mandy ~ This is a GREAT idea! I plan to use it for my 4th grade students at our Christmas party. Thanks for a fabulous, yet simple idea!! ~Allison

Summer said...

I love this idea! I am going to make these for my boys classroom party! I will be the best room mom Ever! Thanks so much!

Happy Home Fairy said...

These are AMAZING! Thank you so much for sharing your creative gifts!!

Rachel said...

I love this idea! Thanks so much, I'll be linking.

Peters said...

How darn cute is this!!! Too bad I didn't see it before Christmas break. Oh well. I think I will use it at the after school program during "winter week." Your blog is so amazing! I am a new follower. Thanks for sharing. Jenny at thepetersporch.blogsppot.com

Deborah said...

I plan to make these with my granddaughters for their preschool class.

Kim @ The Educators' Spin On it said...

This is an adorable idea that goes perfectly with the printable books I'm making for my little ones class. I've pinned it onto our Pinterest Board. http://pinterest.com/educatorsspinon/cooking-with-kids/

Jen said...

What a cute idea. Will keep this in mind for my class. Thankx

Suzanne Allain said...

Hi Mandy,

Thank you so much for your comments about my books! I just wanted to let you know my newest book, THE CELEBRATED PEDESTRIAN, was released this summer. If you have any trips coming up and want something new to read please check it out.

All the best,